A new gang of online credit-card thieves has made millions by infecting the websites of nearly 600 online retailers.
A significant number of new Android malware strains can't be removed by normal means, and Kaspersky warns that pre-installed adware only increases the risks of infection.
New Mac ransomware making the rounds gives victims 72 hours to cough up $50 — and may steal their files anyway.
For more than a year, North Korean state-sponsored hackers have hacked into e-commerce websites worldwide to steal shoppers' credit-card numbers, researchers say.
Fast-growing fitness firm V Shred may have exposed the personal information of nearly 100,000 customers, trainers and others -- and much of this data is still online for anyone to access.
LinkedIn admitted that, like TikTok, its iOS app was copying data from the clipboards of iPhone and iPad users.
Personal data of nearly 500,000 BMW, Mercedes, Hyundai and SEAT car owners appears to have been stolen from a UK customer-service call centre and is now being sold on the dark web.
The U.S. will no longer export 'sensitive defense technologies' to Hong Kong now that a new security law imposed by China drastically curtails the city-state's autonomy from Beijing.
Chinese hackers are using four malware tools to spy on minority groups like the Uyghurs, according to new research.
The FakeSpy Android malware now comes embedded in phony postal-service apps from all over the world.
At least 25 malicious Android apps that amassed millions of downloads were designed to steal Facebook login credentials.
User information stolen from 14 different data breaches in 2020 is being sold to the highest bidder online.
The University of California, San Francisco paid $1.14 million to criminals to unlock files encrypted by ransomware.
An unsecured database posted online by Canadian study-aid service OneClass exposed the personal information of more than 1 million North American students, researchers said.
The UK's 1990 Computer Misuse Act is way out of date, criminalises routine behaviour and puts national and personal security at risk, cybersecurity experts say.
Now that Sony has instituted its first bug-bounty program, up to $50,000 or more awaits successful bug hunters who find security flaws in the PS4 console.
The new 'Lucifer' malware barges into Windows machines, sets up cryptocurrency mining and then spreads throughout local networks using NSA-created exploits.
A new ransomware strain mimics Canada's official Covid-19 contact-tracing app, but there's now a decryptor tool available.
Microsoft officially launched its Defender ATP antivirus software for Linux devices, and debuted a beta version of the same enterprise software for Android.
Many IT pros believe that passwords are the best access-management method, despite security concerns, a new survey finds.
An IBM survey concludes that a general lack of security guidelines and policies puts suddenly remote workers at greater risk of cyberattacks.
Microsoft is putting extra security into its Office 365 suite, but only enterprise and educational users will get it at first.
Flash Player comes to its end-of-life on Dec. 31, and Adobe wants to make sure users aren't put at risk.
Cybercrooks have scammed nearly $2 billion after creating 66 vanity Bitcoin addresses using the name of Tesla CEO Elon Musk.