The Secret Service of Ukraine has arrested five Ukrainian citizens on suspicion of being part of a cybercrime group called Phoenix, which it says has been tied to hacking hundreds of mobile devices, stealing personal data and also selling "hacking as a service" to others.
The NSO Group is the target of a lawsuit filed by Apple, which alleges that the spyware maker abused Apple's products and services to carry out spying operations. The news follows the NSO Group's blacklisting by the U.S. government, a score downgrade by Moody's, and a reportedly failed deal with France.
Web hosting giant GoDaddy confirms that a data breach which affected about 1.2 million of its active and inactive Managed WordPress customers, has also hit Managed WordPress users tsoHost, Media Temple, 123Reg, Domain Factory, Heart Internet, and Host Europe.
North Korea-associated advanced persistent threat group TA406, aka Kimsuky or Thallium, has ramped up its cyberespionage operations in 2021, targeting diplomats and policy experts across Asia, the U.K. and the U.S., researchers say.
A newly identified banking Trojan dubbed SharkBot is now targeting banking and cryptocurrency exchange customers across the U.K., Italy and the U.S. through a sideloading campaign and/or a social engineering campaign.
Hacker group MosesStaff has targeted Israeli organizations with encryption attacks, according to Check Point researchers. Archived records show that at least 16 organizations - including the Israel Post, the Ministry of Defense and Israeli Intelligence Corps Unit 8200 - were targeted.
Google’s Threat Analysis Group has released details of a watering hole campaign targeting a macOS zero-day exploit chain to install a never-before-seen malware on devices of users visiting Hong Kong websites of a media outlet and a prominent pro-democracy labor and political group.
NSO Group CEO-designate Itzik Benbenisti, currently NSO's co-president, has resigned from the Israel-based intelligence company, citing its blacklisting by the U.S. Department of Commerce last week. But the company has other troubles, too.
The U.K. Supreme Court has blocked a $4.3 billion class action lawsuit against technology giant Google. The lawsuit, which was filed in 2017, alleges that Google accessed millions of iPhone users’ personal information illegally between June 1, 2011, and Feb. 15, 2012.
A new espionage campaign has allowed an unidentified threat actor to access data, including communications and services, on thousands of devices belonging to South Koreans, reports Aazim Yaswant, an Android malware analyst at mobile security company Zimperium.
Threat actors have breached critical systems internationally by exploiting a recently patched vulnerability in Zoho’s ManageEngine product ADSelfService Plus, with a suspected Chinese threat group leveraging leased infrastructure to scan hundreds of vulnerable organizations.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued a notification warning to private sector companies, especially those listed or in the process of being listed on stock exchanges, to be aware of ransomware actors using their undisclosed merger and acquisition data for extortion.
Two researchers from the University of Cambridge have discovered a vulnerability that affects most computer code compilers and many software development environments, according to a new research paper. The bug could cause a SolarWinds-like open-source supply chain attack scenario, they say.
Multiple cybercriminal groups appear to be targeting relatively new entrants in the space with phishing attacks. In what cybersecurity analysts at Group-IB call a "cannibalistic approach," these gangs are impersonating underground card shops to dupe the newbies for monetary gain.
OptinMonster, a WordPress plug-in used in more than 1 million websites for sales campaign creation, was vulnerable to high-severity bugs, according to Wordfence researchers. An updated version of the plug-in has patched the flaws.