In the year 1995, computers were, well… boring. The future wasn’t here yet, and computers were drab, chunky beige boxes. Sure, there were some cool-ish computers being sold, but the landscape was still relatively barren. But as you’ll see in the video below the break, it doesn’t have to be
Hackers with suspected links to China targeted
third-party technology suppliers, according to a company filing.
News Corp, which owns the New York Post and The Wall Street Journal parent Dow Jones, said it was the target of a hack that accessed emails and documents of journalists and ...
Threat actors and researchers are scanning for and exploiting the Log4j Log4Shell vulnerability to deploy malware or find vulnerable servers. In this article, we have compiled the known payloads, scans, and attacks using the Log4j vulnerability.
Early Friday morning, an exploit was publicly released for a critical zero-day vulnerability dubbed
Scientists have created a cybersecurity technology called Shadow Figment that is designed to lure hackers into an artificial world, then stop them from doing damage by feeding them illusory tidbits of success.
The aim is to sequester bad actors by captivating them with an attractive — but imaginary — world.
The delivery system for the Gootkit information stealer has evolved into a complex and stealthy framework, which earned it the name Gootloader, and is now pushing a wider variety of malware via hacked WordPress sites and malicious SEO techniques for Google results.
Apart from increasing the number of payloads, Gootloader
Cyberattackers have turned to search engine optimization (SEO) techniques to deploy malware payloads to as many victims as possible.
According to Sophos, the so-called search engine “deoptimization” method includes both SEO tricks and the abuse of human psychology to push websites that have been compromised up Google’s rankings.