Denso confirmed that cybercriminals leaked stolen, classified information from the Japan-based car-components manufacturer after an attack on one of its offices in Germany.
The ransomware gang known as Cuba is increasingly shifting to exploiting Exchange bugs – including crooks’ favorites, ProxyShell and ProxyLogon – as initial infection vectors.
Since 2017, the attacker has flung simple off-the-shelf malware in malicious email campaigns aimed at aviation, aerospace, transportation and defense.
Hours before the Superbowl and two days after the FBI warned about the ransomware gang, BlackByte leaked what are purportedly the NFL team’s files.
The mobile malware heisted hundreds of millions of dollars from unsuspecting users, thanks to 470 different well-crafted malicious app in Google Play.
The 12-year-old flaw in the sudo-like polkit’s pkexec tool, found in all major Linux distributions, is likely to be exploited in the wild within days.
The two flaws in Control Web Panel – a popular web hosting management software used by 200K+ servers – allow code execution as root on Linux servers.
Phishing is more successful than ever. Daniel Spicer, CSO of Ivanti, discusses emerging trends in phishing, and using zero-trust security to patch the human vulnerabilities underpinning the spike.
Record-number WordPress plugin vulnerabilities are wicked exploitable even with low CVSS scores, leaving security teams blind to their risk.
Attackers are trading millions of records from a trio of pre-holiday breaches on an online forum.