German industrial firm ThyssenKrupp said it’s working with authorities to investigate a data breach of unspecified amount of internal data.
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Two German researchers are calling into question the security afforded by AMD’s Secure Encrypted Virtualization feature debuting in the chip maker’s upcoming Zen server chips.
Locus Energy has patched 100,000 of its residential and commercial power meters that were vulnerable to command injection attacks and code execution.
Researchers have observed an uptick in attacks using the banking malware Floki Bot against U.S., Canadian and Brazilian banks and insurance firms.
A hacking group is luring participants to use a DDoS platform where they can compete with peers to earn redeemable points exchangeable for hacking tools and click-fraud software.
Opponents of the controversial Rule 41 say they are committed to fighting the government’s expanded powers.
Researchers have discovered that criminals behind the latest Cerber ransomware variant are leveraging Google redirects and Tor2Web proxies in a new and novel way to evade detection.
The San Francisco Municipal Transport Agency says it has contained a ransomware attack, but now it faces new unsubstantiated claims by attackers who say they have 30GB of the agency’s data.
Researchers found a third of the top WordPress e-commerce plugins contain severe vulnerabilities tied to XSS cross-site scripting, SQL injection and file manipulation flaws.
An email scam tricked Yandex email recipients into thinking phishing emails were certified legit and from the Microsoft.com domain.