The United States leads the world in hosting malicious servers that are used to remotely command and control infected user machines and systems. And the US is the second-most frequent target of those systems, a new report from Level 3 Communications shows.
A cyber attack against Warsaw's Chopin airport caused a number of flights to be delayed and canceled altogether.
Biologist Samuel Wasser is a pioneer in using DNA evidence to trace the origin of illegal ivory and help police an international trade that is decimating African elephant populations. The broadest application yet uses DNA from tons of ivory samples associated with large-scale trafficking. Results show that over the past decade, ivory has largely come from just two areas in Africa – one each for the forest and savanna elephants.
Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shooting trial were wrapping up their case Friday against James Holmes after eight weeks of testimony in which they sought to show that the former neuroscience student meticulously planned and carried out the 2012 massacre while knowing it was wrong.
The theft of data from the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has made great fodder for two weeks of cable news. Banner headlines have declared it an act of cyber warfare carried out by the Chinese government. Yet, while Twitter has been abuzz, official statements attributing the attack have yet to materialize.
Of the myriad cybersecurity challenges facing the Navy, two stand out: spear phishing and more swiftly deploying software patches. That was the gist of a June 18 update on Navy defensive cyber operations given by Capt. David Bondura, U.S. Fleet Cyber Command’s assistant chief of staff for operations.
The energy grid is once again found to be vulnerable, with a serious flaw in the Nova-Wind Turbine human-machine (HMI) interface, which would allow remote code execution.
The National Association of Medical Examiners denied reaccreditation to New Jersey's Northern Regional Medical Examiner's Office last year because of deficiencies it found in 10 areas of operation, six of which were considered serious violations.
Massachusetts highest court has ruled that the twin brother of a man charged with murder does not have to share his DNA profile with Suffolk prosecutors, who contend the genetic information could help prove who stabbed a South Boston woman to death in her home in 2012.
One of two Wisconsin girls accused of trying to kill a classmate to please a fictitious horror character has a father who was diagnosed with schizophrenia, a defense witness testified Wednesday.
One of two former U.S. agents charged with pocketing hundreds of thousands of dollars in digital money during the investigation of the illegal Silk Road Internet drug emporium reached a plea agreement with prosecutors.
Researchers have uncovered huge holes in the application sandboxes protecting Apple's OS X and iOS operating systems, a discovery that allows them to create apps that pilfer iCloud, Gmail and banking passwords and can also siphon data from 1Password, Evernote and other apps.
A vulnerability has been found in the Swift keyboard software, preinstalled on more than 600 million Samsung devices, including the recently released Galaxy S6. The flaw can be exploited to allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the user's phone.
Democrats and Republicans on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee were united Tuesday in heaping scorn upon the leaders of the Office of Personnel Management, the agency whose data was breached last year in two massive cyber attacks only recently revealed.
Security experts have warned of a new, state-sponsored targeted attack campaign against government and military organizations in several countries around the South China Sea.