Scammers pushing snake oil products compromised hundreds of GoDaddy accounts and used 15,000 subdomains to redirect to spam pages, some of which tried to impersonate popular websites.
Cybercriminals have started focusing their efforts on businesses during Q1 2019, with consumer threat detections decreasing by roughly 24% year over year while businesses have seen a 235% increase in the number of cyber attacks against their computing systems.
The most recent Windows patch, released April 9, seems to have done something (still to be determined) that’s causing problems with anti-malware software.
Despite widespread attention since January, the ‘Sea Turtle’ Campaign Focuses on DNS Hijacking to Compromise Targets and shows no signs of abating.
Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, was arrested Thursday at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, where he had sheltered since 2012.
The anti-robocalling company YouMail estimates that March 2019 saw 5.23 billion robocalls, the highest volume ever.
The world’s most popular web server, Apache HTTP Server, had a critical vulnerability that could give an attacker a way to gain ‘root’ control on systems.
Facebook users are being interrupted by an interstitial demanding they provide the password for the email account they gave to Facebook when signing up.