Researchers found a vulnerability in the classic compression standard Lhasa, once a mainstay for game developers in the mid-90s and still in use today.
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The week in news is recapped, including how the FBI cracked that iPhone, ransomware hitting hospitals, and the Hack the Pentagon bug bounty trial program.
The FBI has refused to comply with a judge’s request to describe how it was able to compromise Tor and trigger a wave of child pornography investigations last year.
Ransomware dubbed KimcilWare is targeting websites running the e-commerce platform Magento and encrypting website files.
MedStar Health is the latest healthcare provider to fall victim to ransomware in escalating attacks targeting hospitals.
Mike Mimoso talks to Endgame chief technology officer Jamie Butler about targeted attacks, ransomware, and what defenders are doing about detecting attacks on their networks.
Researchers are digging through samples of the Petya ransomware, and while they’ve learned some about its inner workings, they still haven’t mastered enough to come up with a decryptor.
Hackers are escalating recent attacks against hospitals with new stains of server-side ransomware whose most recent variants are dubbed SamSam and Maktub.
Researchers found 50 cross site scripting vulnerabilities in the popular open source shopping cart application Zen Cart.
The Petya ransomware encrypts a compromised computer’s master file table.