RIPPER malware forces ATMs to churn out cash for crooks via a malicious EVM bankcard attack.
Roman Valerevich Seleznev, a 32-year-old Russian national known online as “Track2,” has been convicted by a federal jury in the United States for his role in a major hacking scheme that is estimated to have cost banks more than $169 million.
The denial-of-service flaws could be used to install malware.
Online storage service Dropbox began notifying users over the weekend that if they haven't updated their password since 2012, they'll be prompted to update it the next time they log in.
Kaspersky Lab has released updates for its consumer products to address several denial-of-service (DoS) and memory disclosure vulnerabilities identified by researchers at Cisco’s Talos group.
The malicious software used earlier this month to steal 12 million baht ($346,000) from ATMs at banks in Thailand might be a new ATM malware variant called RIPPER, FireEye researchers reveal.
The discovery of sophisticated spyware to infiltrate and remotely take control of iPhones without leaving a trace has put a spotlight on Israel's secretive surveillance industry, considered among the world's most advanced.
Medical device manufacturer St. Jude Medical (STJ) has denied that its products are plagued by serious vulnerabilities following a controversial disclosure by MedSec and Muddy Waters that forced the vendor to temporarily suspend trading.
The Victorian government has handed out AU$6.5 million in the first round of LaunchVic funding, including AU$450,000 to Dimension Data for a cybersecurity incubator.
But the company won't say how the passwords are stored, which may indicate if they can be unscrambled by an attacker.
Researcher warn medical devices made by St. Jude Medical are at risk of attacks via SSH certificate reuse vulnerabilities and static credentials that can easily give hackers root access to key monitoring equipment.
At some point in the recent past -- he is not sure exactly when -- F-Secure's Chief Research Officer Mikko Hypponen coined the term 'cyber crime unicorn'. His purpose was to highlight the growing professionalism of cyber criminals; and the term caught on. Now he has asked the question seriously: could a ransomware product actually be a criminal tech unicorn; that is, a start-up business valued at more than $1 billion?
Dropbox called out to users who haven't changed their passwords since mid-2012, saying the login credentials are potentially at risk and should be updated.