A new mercenary hacker group tracked as CostaRicto by BlackBerry researchers is selling its services to entities requiring APT-level hacking expertise in cyber-espionage campaigns
Twitter is experiencing a widespread security breach, resulting in a number of high profile accounts encouraging their followers to send Bitcoin to an unknown account.
Equifax will pay up to $700 million to settle with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and others over the 2017 data breach that exposed the private data of nearly 150 million people.
Citrix is cooperating with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to investigate a major data breach of the company's internal network, where hackers may have accessed and downloaded business documents, though the full extent is not yet known.
Last month, Facebook revealed that the accounts of nearly 50 million users had been breached in another security incident at the social network. The company has announced Friday further details about the attack that exploited this vulnerability.
We reported Thursday how an Australian teenager pleaded guilty to hacking into Apple's servers after the company notified authorities of the intrusion. Apple has issued a press statement Friday confirming that no personal customer data was exposed or compromised in the incident.
The National Lottery is advising all 10.5million people with online accounts to change their passwords following a security breach that happened days before tonight's £14million Euromillions draw. Camelot, the lottery operator, said hackers had made attempts to access accounts and that limited information may have been viewed.
A Coinhive user has allegedly hacked the BlackBerry Mobile website to mine Monero coins before the scam was identified and details published on Reddit.
Three hackers have pleaded guilty to their role in developing, spreading and using Mirai malware botnet to conduct large-scale Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks on some of the Internet’s most popular websites...
Uber has confirmed that the company concealed a hack in 2016 that affected 57 million customers and drivers, and paid hackers $100,000 (£75,000) to delete the data.
Equifax is being sued by the city of San Francisco. City Attorney Dennis Herrera has filed a lawsuit in San Francisco Superior Court for “failing to protect the personal data of more than 15 million Californians,”.
Credit rating company Equifax has revealed today that its databases had been hacked. In a statement, the company confessed that hackers managed to get access to some of its internal data in mid-May.