Coldroot, a new strain of macOS malware that's eluded detection for more than a year has a keylogger and can gain persistence with root privileges.
Salon unveiled a new but controversial revenue model this week: taking unused computing power on users machines to mine cryptocurrency.
Attackers with ties to North Korea are using a critical vulnerability in Adobe Flash in a new targeted attack campaign.
The future of malware is here and it’s not coming for your data or your passwords or your bank account details. It’s coming for your computing power.
The US Senate reauthorized a controversial NSA surveillance program on Thursday.
A lot of work from researchers and vendors went into the coordinated disclosure of last week's Meltdown and Spectre microprocessor flaws.
2017 was marked by global ransomware outbreaks, seemingly countless data breaches, and little legislative movement from Congress.
The WannaCry worm was one of the more notable attacks of 2017, and since it emerged in May there has been constant speculation about who was responsible for it. The White House this week sought to end that speculation by publicly attributing the attack to North Korea, saying that country’s government was directly responsible for the ransomware campaign and that it was part of a pattern of bad behavior from North Korea.
Christoper Wray, who was confirmed as the new FBI Director in August, said last week the concept of "Going Dark," compounded by new encrypted communications services and technologies, is still posing a challenge for the bureau.
A Citizen Lab report, published Tuesday, alleges the Ethiopian government is using commercial spyware to deceive targets.