The Office of Personnel Management announced yesterday that it is temporarily suspending the system it uses to conduct government background checks.
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Authorities in six different countries worked together last week to take down a cybercrime ring which ultimately infected tens of thousands of computers with Zeus and SpyEye malware and made off with roughly $2.25 M dollars from banks in the process.
An engineer has come up with a new way to help combat BeEF, or browser exploit framework attacks.
An undisclosed number of travelers who use Hotels.com may have been victims of a phishing scheme.
Facebook have added the ability for organizations to detect if their OS X system is being exploited by XARA with their framework osquery.
Roughly 1,400 passengers were temporarily stranded at Warsaw’s Chopin airport over the weekend after hackers were purportedly able to modify an entire airline’s flight plans.
A trio of vulnerabilities were recently patched in eBay’s Magento e-commerce web application that could have let attackers carry out a handful of exploits.
Major telecoms like AT&T and Verizon continue to lag behind in the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s annual “Who Has Your Back” report.
A group of researchers claim that they found a handful of vulnerabilities in both Apple’s OS X and iOS, and cracked the Keychain service that the company uses for apps and sandboxes on OS X.
Authorities from six different nations worked on Tuesday to apprehend 49 suspects connected with carrying out a complex phishing scheme dubbed Operation Triangle.