The Russian government is preparing a major cyberattack aimed at causing chaos in Ukraine, possibly during the Champions League final on Saturday, the country's state security warned on Wednesday.
TeenSafe advertises itself as a service allowing parents to monitor what their children are doing on smartphones in order to keep them safe.
A new malware strain is targeting popular browsers and programs such as Microsoft Word.
Army wife Angela Ricketts was soaking in a bubble bath in her Colorado home, leafing through a memoir, when a message appeared on her iPhone: "Dear Angela!" it said.
Smart hackers don’t get caught. They break into your device, steal everything they can, and finish without a trace. Sometimes they leave a trail of destruction in their wake – malware, weird ads, confused relatives, and even a drained bank account or stolen identity.
Your old internet router may be the perfect spy tool for the Kremlin.
The Russian assault on our election system has prompted new measures to protect our vote for the mid-term elections.
WannaCry is making headlines again, and this time it hit a major target: Boeing.
The City of Atlanta has been targeted in a ransomware attack that has impacted a number of its systems.
A new way to amplify distributed denial-of-service attacks ended up harassing Github on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Russian cyberspies pursuing the secrets of military drones and other sensitive U.S. defense technology tricked key contract workers into exposing their email to theft, an Associated Press investigation has found.
The Adobe Flash Player has a serious bug that North Korean hackers may have been exploiting to steal files from computers.
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Spain says it has extradited to the United States a Russian citizen who is suspected of being one the world's most notorious spammers.
Porn is being used as bait for scams designed to steal money and private info from internet users.
Criminals are using technology to target ATMs in a sophisticated ‘jackpotting’ attack, warns the Secret Service.
This week, ads over YouTube carried a sneaky surprise: a cryptocurrency miner.
Revelations that security flaws in chips powering PCs, laptops, servers, phones, and other devices have gone unnoticed for years have whipped bug fixers and security experts into a frenzy this week.