The U.S. Customs and Border Patrol announced new restrictions on when agents can copy data from digital devices at border crossing points.
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Malware intended for a “high-impact” attack against safety systems likely would of caused physical damage to a targeted company located in the Middle East.
Researchers say a new remote access Trojan dubbed UBoatRAT is targeting individuals or organizations linked to South Korea or video games industry.
For the second time in ten days, researchers at UpGuard released sensitive data belonging to the United States Defense Department that was stored insecurely online.
Pentagon contractor left 1.8 billion mostly benign publicly accessible social-media posts scraped from the internet on a publicly accessible Amazon storage bucket.
The White House released a charter document on Wednesday outlining how the U.S. government will disclose cyber security flaws and when it will keep them secret.
The FBI cannot access a cellphone belonging to the dead suspect in Sunday’s Texas shooting, a situation that could reignite the government’s debate over encryption.
Researchers have linked the Bad Rabbit ransomware attack to this summer’s ExPetr/Not Petya outbreak.
Sofacy has been using a lure document connected to a cyber conflict conference to target researchers and others interested in cybersecurity.
A joint Technical Alert, TA17–293A, describing the activities of a Russian APT may contain signatures and rules likely to trigger false positives in some security systems.