Cybercriminals are posing as job applicants as part of a new campaign to infect victims in corporate human resources departments with GoldenEye ransomware -- and they're even providing covering letters in an effort to lull targets into a false sense of security.
This week, the San Fransisco transit system experienced the latest in a growing trend of “ransomware” attacks against important pieces of infrastructure.
The Internet Archive is looking to replicate its database in Canada in the face of potentially increased surveillance powers under a Donald Trump presidency in the United States.
In just five minutes, files on a company's network can be encrypted and beyond its reach, according to Rik Ferguson, vice president of Security Research at Trend Micro.
There's been a surge in hackers targeting organizations with ransomware, keen to squeeze cash or bitcoins out of infected targets who often feel they have no chance but to cooperate with fraudsters' demands.
Video is one of the most powerful ways we connect, communicate and learn today – breaking down geographic boundaries and bringing a distinctly human element to digital interactions.
It's not news that Google's Chrome is now more popular than Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) web browser.
Two hackers convicted of creating and distributing the SpyEye malware in order to steal cash from unwitting victims have been sentenced to a combined 24 years and six months in prison.
A strain of ransomware which encrypts your systems from the ground up and renders operating systems useless has been discovered in the wild.
Facebook apologized on Sunday for a bug that sent a Safety Check notification to users around the world following a deadly suicide bombing in Pakistan.
Facebook is working on a new tool to help stem one source of harassment on its platform.