Orbitz said Tuesday a breach of both its consumer and partner platform may have led to the disclosure of 880,000 payment cards.
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Popular secure messaging service Telegram loses battle with Russian courts and now must hand over encryption keys or face being blocked from the country.
Threatpost’s Tom Spring sits down with Flashpoint and Akamai to discuss how the two companies worked together to address the 2016 Mirai DDoS attacks.
Matt Tait gives a list of examples throughout history where politically motivated groups have used disinformation and hacking as part of a campaign to shape public opinion.
Despite setbacks hackers behind GandCrab malware are pushing ahead with lucrative new ransomware strain thanks to quick-and-dirty agile development approach.
Researchers shed light on a newly discovered family of point of sale malware that is extremely small in size and adept at siphoning credit card numbers from POS endpoints.
A new analysis of the Russian-speaking Sofacy APT gang shows a continual march toward Far East targets and overlapping of activities with other groups such as Lamberts, Turla and Danti.
Hanwha is patching 13 vulnerabilities in its SmartCam security camera that allows attackers to take control of the device, use it to gain further network access or just brick it.
Researchers say the case of Olympic Destroyer malware show how threat actors can manipulate “geopolitical agenda” with false flags.