Cybersecurity Experts Warn Healthcare Programs At Increased Risk To Hackers During COVID-19 Pandemic
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the World Health Organization have reportedly suffered multiple ransomware attacks since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some hackers take the ransom and run: researchers
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A Cyborg ransomware posing as a fake Windows 10 update recently attacked some users via email.
There are things you can do to protect yourself in the cyber world, just as you might take basic precautions to protect your physical security.
Ransomware attacks have become more targeted, eaccording to Europol
Ransomware attacks have hit hundreds of US schools, health organizations and local governments, resulting in major disruptions, according to researchers
Baltimore is still working to recover after a May 7 hack crippled civic duties and payments in the city, such as real estate purchases and government emails.
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The cybercriminals operating the ransomware appear to be fans of the movie Matrix, as the ransom note 'reads like it was written in the voice and cadence of Lawrence Fishburne’s character, Morpheus.'
Microsoft has rolled out new features to Office 365’s OneDrive to protect users from ransomware attacks.
If predictions are right, it’s only going to get worse.
Two Romanian nationals were arrested this week and are accused of hacking into Washington, D.C. surveillance cameras to spread ransomware.
If starwars, freedom, hottie or football are your password, it’s time for a change.
The malware attack claimed to have affected at least 300,000 computers across 150 nations, causing damage of billions of dollars.
A new ransomware attack is being spread through Microsoft Office attachments, and it comes complete with a tutorial video on how to buy Bitcoin to pay the ransom.
Fan-made game “Sonic Gather Battle” reportedly allows its creator to access the web data of players.
The hacker has set a deadline for paying the ransom at 1 p.m Wednesday. The demand is for two bitcoins or $23,000.
The alarming number of cyber attacks EDA speaks about reveals a world where such attacks are going to be the new normal.
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The Bad Rabbit ransomware campaign that spread last month may have disguised a secondary campaign intended to hack into financial institutions in Ukraine.
The attack has affected three Russian media outlets, a major Airport in Ukraine and the main railway station of Ukraine's capital, Kiev.
Bad Rabbit, a new Petya-style ransomware attack, has been spreading quickly among organizations located in Russia and Ukraine.
Ransomware sales are up more than 2,500 percent on the dark web since the start of 2017, according to a new report from Carbon Black.
A report by British newspaper the Times comes after U.K. and other European leaders warned Trump against harming the Iran nuclear deal.
Sonic confirmed malware infected the restaurant's point of sale system and was used to steal customer credit card numbers, which are now being sold on the dark web.
There is a skills and workforce gap in cybersecurity but companies can look to automation, their internal resources and better “best practices” to help close the gap, McAfee's Candace Worley said at Structure Security 2017.
[hold for tech editor] A ransomware attack hidden in an email attachment purporting to be from Herbalife is hitting millions of inboxes around the world.
The website for the National Wildfire Coordinating Group hosted a downloader for the Cerber ransomware.
Marcus Hutchins, the security researcher who stopped the spread of the WannaCry ransomware attack, plead not guilty to charges of hacking and wiretapping.