The market for automated credential stuffing tools is growing fast, because of a record number of breaches.
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Apple revealed this week that it received at least one National Security Letter from the U.S. government for user data during the last six months of 2016
The country’s top cybersecurity boss said the country is headed the wrong way when it comes to cybersecurity.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss WannaCry, Microsoft’s response, the killswitches, a potential link with Lazarus Group, and what the future holds for the ShadowBrokers.
The PATCH Act proposes the formation of a review board that would formalize and make transparent the processes by which the government determines whether it will use or disclose a zero-day vulnerability.
The Senate’s use of the end-to-end encrypted messaging app Signal is a good first step in protecting U.S. democratic institutions, but much more needs to be protected.
Researchers claim that APT3, widely believed to be a China-based threat actor, is directly connected to the Chinese Ministry of State Security (MSS).
Researchers urge Windows admins to apply MS17-010 before the next attack using the EternalBlue NSA exploit deploys a worse payload than WannaCry ransomware.
The latest rant from the ShadowBrokers ends with news of a subscription service starting in June that will leak exploits and stolen data to paying customers.
WikiLeaks released details on what it claims are two frameworks for malware samples dubbed AfterMindnight and Assassin, both allegedly developed by the US Central Intelligence Agency.