Rombertik, the information-stealing malware that was recently analyzed by Cisco researchers and which apparently tries to prevent researchers from doing so by rewriting the computer's Master Boot Record, is actually a newer version of an underground crimeware kit known as Carbon FormGrabber (or Carbon Grabber), Symantec researchers have found.
Dobard said he knew nothing of the crime and nothing of the victim, Domenico Perruccio. But he turned himself in to Hollywood Police fearing for his safety and hoping to clear his name.
Have you recently taken an illicit drug? You have the right to remain silent, but if authorities really need an answer, there’s a global testing industry worth several billion dollars on hand to help, with an array of analytical techniques.
The Army is seeking the assistance of cyberattack tool sellers, joining a growing number of Pentagon entities aiming to amass advanced cyber capabilities.
Did information security expert Chris Roberts exploit vulnerabilities in airplanes' onboard entertainment systems more than a dozen times in recent years, allowing him - in at least one case - to access a plane's thrust management computer and cause it to climb?
New research data shows that the rate of new malware variants released by malicious attackers continues to break records.
The U.S. House has voted to strike the section of the Patriot Act that allows mass collection of Americans’ phone metadata, a week after the federal appeals court ruling that the dragnet wasn’t legal anyway. Amid the progress, Germans are still processing what exactly the National Security Agency has been up to on the continent.
The violence erupted shortly after noon at a busy Waco shopping center along Interstate 35 that draws a large lunchtime crowd. Waco police Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton said eight people died at the scene of the shooting at Twin Peaks restaurant and another person died at a hospital.
Bot traffic has surpassed human traffic this year, now accounting for 59 percent of all site visits, according to a report released by Distil Networks.
The British GCHQ staff, intelligence officers and police have been given immunity from prosecution for hacking into computers, laptops and mobile phones under legislative changes that were never fully debated by parliament, a tribunal has been told.
Islamic terrorists are stoking alarm with threats of an all-out cyber crusade against the United States, and experts say the warnings should be taken seriously.
The Penn State College of Engineering has been the target of two sophisticated cyber attacks conducted by so-called “advanced persistent threat” actors. The FireEye cybersecurity forensic unit Mandiant, which was hired by Penn State after the breach was discovered, has confirmed that at least one of the two attacks was carried out by a threat actor based in China, using advanced malware to attack systems in the college.
Following revelations the Federal Bureau of Investigation sent innocent people to prison using flawed hair forensics, Massachusetts is launching its own review of cases to see if state crime lab technicians made similar errors.
Lisa Koziol-Ellis had at least 55 stab wounds to her body when her husband, Dashiell, found her on the floor of their Elgin home in the early morning hours of March 2, 2013, according to officials, as the trial of the accused killer continued.
A report on Iran’s possible plans to launch devastating cyber attacks in the United States raised eyebrows last month, both for its alarming claims and its unusual combination of authors. But, government and outside experts have wondered whether the preliminary findings was relying on dubious intelligence to stir up fears about pending Iranian cyber attacks, just as U.S. officials were trying to iron out the nuclear deal.