The COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with an explosion in the number of connected devices, have led to a swelling in IoT infections observed on wireless networks.
There are many areas of the election process that criminal hackers can target to influence election results.
Dr. Reddy’s, the contractor for Russia’s “Sputinik V” COVID-19 vaccine and a major generics producer, has had to close plants and isolate its data centers.
Versions of Nvidia GeForce Experience for Windows prior to 18.104.22.168 are affected by a high-severity bug that could enable code execution, denial of service and more.
Trump’s weak Twitter password and lack of basic two-factor authentication protections made it shockingly simple to hack his account, Dutch security researcher Victor Gevers reported.
Up to 50,000 Office 365 users are being targeted by a phishing campaign that purports to notify them of a “missed chat” from Microsoft Teams.
The ransomware gang claims to have bought network access to the bookseller’s systems before encrypting the networks and stealing “financial and audit data.”
Ahead of the November U.S. elections, cybercriminals are stepping up their offensive in both attacks against security infrastructure and disinformation campaigns – but this time, social media giants, the government and citizens are more prepared.
Attackers are targeting Microsoft Office 365 users with a Coinbase-themed attack, aiming to take control of their inboxes via OAuth.
Brazilians are warned of a new Vizom malware masquerading as video conferencing and browser software.