North Korea has generated an estimated $2 billion for its weapons of mass destruction programs using "widespread and increasingly sophisticated" cyberattacks to steal from banks and cryptocurrency exchanges, according to a confidential U.N. report seen by Reuters on Monday.
Early this spring, Russian government-linked hackers used three popular internet of things devices with weak security to access several Microsoft customers' networks, then tried infiltrating more privileged accounts, researchers announced Monday.
At a session here at DEF CON on Saturday, Eclypsium's principal researcher Mickey Shkatov was joined by researcher Jesse Michael and both shed light on research that showed that the problem of insecure drivers is widespread, affecting more than 40 drivers from at least 20 different vendors - all drivers being certified by Microsoft.
Capital One, the Virginia-based bank with a popular credit card business, announced Monday that a hacker had accessed about 100 million credit card applications, and investigators say thousands of Social Security and bank account numbers were also taken.
The revelation brings to five the number of groups tracked by Dragos that go after the oil and gas sector, highlighting the growing interest shown by well-resourced hackers in probing the industrial control systems (ICS) that underpin energy infrastructure. Oil and gas companies move markets and are strategic national assets, giving cyber operatives plenty
The Defense Department has been failing to take into account the potential security risks of buying commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technology items such as laptops, security cameras, software and networking equipment, according to the office of the Pentagon Inspector General.
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Researchers have demonstrated a new algorithm for detecting so-called deepfake images-those altered imperceptibly by AI systems, potentially for nefarious purposes. Initial tests of the algorithm picked out phony from undoctored images down to the individual pixel level with between 71 and 95 percent accuracy, depending on the sample data set used. The
Today, researchers from the enterprise security firm Armis are detailing just such a group of vulnerabilities in a popular operating system that runs on more than 2 billion devices worldwide. But unlike Windows, iOS, or Android, this OS is one you've likely never heard of. It's called VxWorks.
Two members of Project Zero, Google's elite bug-hunting team, have published details and demo proof-of-concept code for five of six "interactionless" security bugs that impact the iOS operating system and can be exploited via the iMessage client.