There are patches or remediations for all of them, but they’re still being picked apart. Why should attackers stop if the flaws remain unpatched, as so many do?
Authorities opened an investigation into the secretive Israeli security firm.
Expected cyberattacks on Tokyo Olympics likely include attempts to hijack video feeds, the Feds warn.
Researchers are skeptical that much will come from calling out China for the Microsoft Exchange attacks and APT40 activity, but the move marks an important foreign-policy change.
Fourteen world leaders were among those found on list of NSO believed targets for its Pegasus spyware.
Podcast: Can a new SIM card and prepaid service from an MVNO help? Former spyware insider, current mobile white hat hacker Adam Weinberg on how to block spyware attacks.
Report, based on secretive Israeli firm, suggests that activists, journalists, business executives and politicians were possible targets of iPhone and Android hacking.
Candiru, aka Sourgum, allegedly sells the DevilsTongue surveillance malware to governments around the world.
Researchers shed light on how attackers exploited Apple web browser vulnerabilities to target government officials in Western Europe.
Professors, journalists and think-tank personnel, beware strangers bearing webinars: It’s the focus of a particularly sophisticated, and chatty, phishing campaign.