Cyber surveillance weapon used to target journalists, activists
An investigation suggests extensive abuse of the Pegasus spyware, which NSO Group insists is only meant to be used against criminals and terrorists.
Phishers eye small businesses for targeted attacks
From HR dismissal e-mails to attacks disguised as delivery notifications, cyber criminals are using new tricks.
Joker variant uses old trick to hit Google Play
The spyware keeps worming its way into Google’s official application market, says Check Point.
Swedish police given green light to use spyware
Sweden's police force will be able to use spyware on suspects' devices to intercept communications and switch on cameras and microphones.
Smart building systems come under attack
One in four computers controlling building automation systems were subject to a malicious attack in the first half of 2019.
WhatsApp flaw exposes users to malicious spyware
Hackers can remotely install spyware on phones via the call function, allowing attackers to read messages, see contacts and activate the camera.
Cyber espionage group targets embassies with spyware
Kaspersky Lab detects attempts to infect foreign diplomatic entities in Iran with Homebrew spyware.
Nclose partners with Duo on multi-factor authentication
Nclose will be presenting Duo's advanced two-factor authentication solution at this week's ITWeb Security Summit.
Juniper Networks to drop NSA code
The networking company will stop using a piece of security code developed by the National Security Agency for eavesdropping.
Chrome extensions targeted for malware
Google's browser joins Android as a target for malicious software.
New spy program linked to Flame
Kaspersky uncovers a Flame-related program that could carry out more precise attacks on targets in the Middle East.