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  • Current Event
    13 days ago
    by larylin
    +19 +1

    A notorious Iranian hacking crew is targeting industrial control systems

    Iranian hackers have carried out some of the most disruptive acts of digital sabotage of the last decade, wiping entire computer networks in waves of cyberattacks across the Middle East and occasionally even the US. But now one of Iran's most active hacker groups appears to have shifted focus. Rather than just standard IT networks, they're targeting the physical control systems used in electric utilities, manufacturing, and oil refineries.

  • Analysis
    2 years ago
    by jason1314
    +2 +1

    Preventing Cyberattacks on Your Network

    Our roving reporter Matt Stephenson gets the lowdown from Cylance's Senior VP of Marketing Shaun Walsh on exactly how Cylance works to prevent the bad guys from assaulting your data.

  • Current Event
    2 years ago
    by 8mm
    +2 +1

    Computer virus hits US Predator and Reaper drone fleet

    A computer virus has infected the cockpits of America’s Predator and Reaper drones, logging pilots’ every keystroke as they remotely fly missions over Afghanistan and other war zones. The virus, first detected nearly two weeks ago by the military’s Host-Based Security System, has not prevented pilots at Creech Air Force Base in Nevada from flying their missions overseas. Nor have there been any confirmed incidents of classified information being lost or sent to an outside source. But the virus has resisted multiple efforts to remove it from Creech’s computers, network security specialists say.

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by wildcat
    +17 +1

    Pentagon confirms hack attempt against Defense Department credit card holders

    The Pentagon on Thursday confirmed that there was a hacking attempt this past weekend against an online financial services portal that Citigroup manages for Defense Department credit card holders. The confirmation comes a day after Citigroup told CNBC that a "malicious actor" attempted to gain access to information for Pentagon-linked credit card accounts.

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by sasky
    +15 +1

    Russian Hackers Attacking U.S. Power Grid and Aviation, FBI Warns

    Russian hackers are conducting a broad assault on the U.S. electric grid, water processing plants, air transportation facilities and other targets in rolling attacks on some of the country’s most sensitive infrastructure, U.S. government officials said Thursday. The announcement was the first official confirmation that Russian hackers have taken aim at facilities on which hundreds of millions of Americans depend for basic services.

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by jcscher
    +13 +1

    FBI issues formal warning on massive malware network linked to Russia

    The FBI on Friday issued a formal warning that a sophisticated Russia-linked hacking campaign is compromising hundreds of thousands of home network devices worldwide and it is advising owners to reboot these devices in an attempt to disrupt the malicious software.

  • How-to
    1 year ago
    by Dotun4luv
    How-to
    +1 +1

    How to Remove Noad VarianceTV Adware

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by geoleo
    +6 +1

    Ransomware attack hits Port of San Diego

    The Port of San Diego is facing the storm surge of a cyberattack against its computer systems. On Wednesday, the Port of San Diego's CEO, Randa Coniglio, said in a statement that it suffered a "serious cybersecurity incident," which it first learned about on Tuesday. A spokesperson for the port told sister site ZDNet that the attack was a ransomware infection, but didn't provide further details.

  • Current Event
    1 year ago
    by zyery
    +18 +1

    Power outages and bank runs: Here are the 'cyber 9/11' scenarios that really worry the experts

    For years, government security specialists have predicted the inevitable "cyber 9/11," an event originating as a digital attack that spills over into other aspects of society, causing widespread harm to people and the global financial sector. Former NSA head Admiral Michael Rogers told CNBC last month that "nothing is beyond the pale of possibility" for cyberattacks.

  • Analysis
    1 year ago
    by jerrycan
    +26 +1

    The $100 Million Bot Heist

    When it comes to using computers to steal money, few can come close to matching the success of Russian hacker Evgeniy Bogachev.

  • Current Event
    11 months ago
    by geoleo
    +10 +1

    North Korea Implicated In Attack That Stops Wall Street Journal And New York Times Presses

    A server outage at Tribune Publishing on Saturday that prevented the distribution of many leading U.S. newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and Baltimore Sun was actually nothing of the sort. Instead, it appears to have been a cyber-attack involving what is thought to have been a version of the highly successful Ryuk ransomware family. Interestingly, Ryuk is often attributed to the Lazarus Group which is thought to operate out of China but in the hands of North Korean threat actors.

  • Current Event
    9 months ago
    by TNY
    +32 +1

    Millions of websites threatened by highly critical code-execution bug in Drupal

    Millions of sites that run the Drupal content management system run the risk of being hijacked until they're patched against a vulnerability that allows hackers to remotely execute malicious code, managers of the open source project warned Wednesday. CVE-2019-6340, as the flaw is tracked, stems from a failure to sufficiently validate user input, managers said in an advisory. Hackers who exploited the vulnerability could, in some cases, run code of their choice on vulnerable websites. The flaw is rated highly critical.

  • Current Event
    9 months ago
    by Pfennig88
    +4 +1

    Triton is the world’s most murderous malware, and it’s spreading

    As an experienced cyber first responder, Julian Gutmanis had been called plenty of times before to help companies deal with the fallout from cyberattacks. But when the Australian security consultant was summoned to a petrochemical plant in Saudi Arabia in the summer of 2017, what he found made his blood run cold.

  • Current Event
    6 months ago
    by Chubros
    +16 +1

    Investigating the $40M Binance Hack

    Readers who follow me know that I’m the founder of HodlBot. We built an easy way for investors to automatically diversify their cryptocurrency portfolios across indices, and custom user-created funds. To use our platform, users must first connect their exchange account of choice to HodlBot. While users manage & track their portfolios on HodlBot, the actual trades are completed on the exchange through the API.

  • Current Event
    6 months ago
    by messi
    +34 +1

    Stolen NSA hacking tool now victimizing US cities, report says

    A hacking tool developed by the US National Security Agency is now being used to shut down American cities and towns, says a Saturday report in The New York Times. Code-named EternalBlue, the hacking exploit involves malicious software and was leaked in 2017 by a group called Shadow Brokers. Hackers used the tool that same year in the worldwide WannaCry ransomware attacks, which locked up computer systems at hospitals, banks and phone companies and required a ransom to set the networks free.

  • Current Event
    5 months ago
    by kimware87
    +1 +1

    'Legit Apps Turned into Spyware' Targeting Android Users in Middle East

    Legit Android Apps Turned into Spyware Malware App Targeting Users in Middle East