Up until a few weeks ago, the number of people outside of North Korea who gave much thought to the Internet infrastructure in that country was vanishingly small. But the speculation about the Sony hack has fixed that, and now a security researcher has taken a hard look at the national browser used in North[…]
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FBI Director James Comey said at the International Conference on Cyber Security North Korea got sloppy with its proxies and revealed themselves in the Sony hack.
President Obama signed an Executive Order sanctioning three North Korea defense agencies and 10 individuals for the country’s alleged role in the Sony hack.
A new year begins at midnight and Threatpost highlights seven things you’re bound to contend with in 2015.
Mike Mimoso and Dennis Fisher look back on the crazy year that was in security, including the big Internet-wide bugs such as Heartbleed and Shellshock, the Home Depot and Sony breaches and what lessons we learned in 2014.
The FBI has officially stated that North Korea is in fact responsible for the recent cyberattack targeting Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The White House reportedly will attribute the Sony hack to North Korea, but will hold off on a public announcement until it figures out a response.
The attackers behind the Red October APT campaign that was exposed nearly two years ago have resurfaced with a new campaign that is targeting some of the same victims and using similarly constructed tools and spear phishing emails.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab have found two Linux modules connected to the Turla APT campaigns.
The secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court has authorized a 90-day extension to the Section 215 bulk telephone collection program used by the National Security Agency, giving the agency through the end of February to run the program in the absence of legislation establishing a new authority.