DDoS attack on Battle.net lasted about an hour, appears to have affected small subset of players.
Apple has decided to take the fight to state-sponsored actors, following its lawsuit against the NSO Group.
Use IPFire to setup your own dedicated firewall to filter traffic and protect your network from Internet-borne ills.
Attackers took barely 22 seconds to deploy cryptomining software on compromised Google cloud instances.
US leads as both the originator and the recipient of the maximum number of spam messages, report claims.
Researchers have released a functional proof-of-concept exploit for a patched Microsoft Exchange vulnerability that was already being exploited in the wild.
Flaw works across virtually all Windows releases, including the latest Windows 11 and Server 2022, claims researcher.
Attackers love launching ransomware campaigns during the holidays when most of the staff is on leave, CISA notes.
AWS junks “wing it” attitude and commits to a two-year release cycle for its custom AWS Linux distro.
It’s never a good idea to give out sensitive financial information to anyone over the phone, SEC warns.
If you’re still using a POWER8 server, you don’t have much longer to order fresh components, warns IBM.
A new default policy will ensure all Office 365 users are covered with a useful set of security settings.
Attackers use well-known Microsoft Exchange exploits to break into on-0premise servers to hijack email chains and distribute malware.
Unidentified APT group cleverly wipes traces of its malicious activity post exploitation, suggests the FBI.
Which? finds popular online stores are flooding with cheap smart gadgets that pose all kinds of security and privacy risks.
Gamers exhibit risky behaviour online which makes them frequent targets of cyberattacks, finds survey.
Increase in ransomware attacks and hefty payouts are hurting the bottom lines of cyber insurance companies.
Researchers discover a new Linux malware that is skimming credit card details from ecommerce stores around the world.