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The previous hack may have been carried out by the same attackers who eventually stole troves of personal information.
According to security researchers at Cisco Talos, the malware was so cleverly hidden within an update, it received a Symantec security certificate.
The hack was carried out by OurMine, who used a LinkedIn phishing scam to gain access to the company's internal systems.
Can somebody force you to unlock your iPhone X using Face ID? Not according to Apple's Craig Federighi.
Why bother infecting a PC when you can profit from mining cryptocurrency while your victim browses the Internet?
Is Russian software company Kaspersky Lab colluding with the FSB? Stealing private information? Rumors abound, without any hard evidence to back them up.
PC acting strange? These warning signs could mean that your PC's security has been compromised. Here's what to do.
A password like "123456" or "monkey" is easy to remember, but it's also easy to crack. With the help of a password manager, you can have a unique and strong password for every secure website. We've evaluated two dozen to help you choose.
Santa Monica's Hack the Beach competition invites hackers to use city data to solve local problems. We talked to Vyki Englert, whose team won the contest in 2015.
This technique could allow an attacker to take control of affected devices, access corporate networks, and spread malware.
Whether your data gets compromised in an Equifax-style breach or someone brute-forces your email's password, getting hacked can be a nightmare. Knowing what to expect can help, but knowing how to head off the hackers is even better.
Suspicion surrounds the software security company amid concerns regarding the firm's link to the Russian government.
DreamHost says it views the move as 'a huge win for internet privacy,' but remaining issues will be addressed at a Thursday hearing.
The spyware in question, SonicSpy, showed up in Google Play via three messaging apps: Hulk Messenger, Troy Chat, and Soniac, which have since been removed.
FireEye researchers believe a group linked to the Russian government and US election hacks, APT28, is targeting hotels in Europe and the Middle East.
Researchers find it's possible to produce malware-laden DNA strands that, if sequenced and analyzed, could compromise a computer.
In recent decades, we've seen some of the most secure servers in the world breached by black hats.
Microsoft has, among other concessions, agreed to provide cybersecurity developers more time to prepare for Windows updates, and give them final Windows builds earlier.
NIST now recommends using long passphrases instead of complicated alphanumeric passwords, and only refreshing them if they've been breached.
A DOJ working group follows a warning from US-CERT about possible Hurricane Harvey-related phishing attacks.