The most chilling aspect of that blockbuster Mueller indictment? The bureaucracy behind Russia's onslaught.
In the wake of the Mueller indictment of a Russian troll farm, any attempt to claim that the 2016 election wasn’t affected by Russian meddling is laughable.
A new Justice Department indictment alleges Russia's disinformation operations created bank and social media accounts using the stolen identities of real US citizens.
Robert Mueller's office has come out with a 37-page indictment that details the extraordinary lengths Russian agents went to influence the 2016 presidential election.
After its negligence on Russian election hacking, the Trump administration is taking Russia's global malware attack more seriously.
From SMS notifications to an egregious number of emails, the social media company's desperation has gone too far.
In the wake of Wednesday's Parkland, Florida school shooting Russian bots have taken to Twitter to stoke the gun control debate.
The "Protect" menu item in Facebook's mobile apps refers users to the company's Onavo Protect VPN, but the tool falls short of basic privacy standards.
Despite its Olympics diplomacy towards the South, the Kim regime is still engaged in brazen cybercrime targeting its neighbor.
Can a computer spot deepfakes? The GIF website Gfycat says it can.
The Congressional Task Force on Election Security announced extensive recommendations for strengthening defense. But most of them won't happen any time soon.
In a Senate hearing Tuesday, the heads of the three-letter intelligence agencies detailed their greatest concerns.
The saying goes, "On the internet, no one knows you're a dog." Is that a good thing for an app for teens?
Once confined to browsers, hijacking computers to mine cryptocurrency has branched out to dangerous places.
Researchers at Cisco Talos detail a new piece of disruptive, highly infectious malware with a clear target: the Pyeongchang Olympics IT infrastructure.
By bringing the Snap Map out of the app and onto the web, Snap hopes to bring Snapchat to the masses like never before.
An Apple leak, a massive cybercrime forum, and more of the week's top security news.
The first primary for the 2018 midterm elections takes place March 6—and many states are still woefully underprepared.
Polisis, a machine-learning-trained tool, automatically produces readable charts of where your data ends up for any online service.
Infraud may not have been as famous as dark web markets like the Silk Road and Alphabay, but it far outlasted both.