In the new installment of our explosive hit series "Infosec news" you'll find: the breach of Bugzilla, Carbanak is coming back and Turla uses Level-God hard to track techniques to...
Kaspersky Lab's researchers have found that Russian-speaking Turla APT group is exploiting satellites to mask its operation ant to hide command-and-control servers.
The new trend on IFA 2015 is all about integrity and security. Meet Kaspersky Lab’s observations from the trade show.
Information security digest: the greatest iOS theft, farewell to RC4 cipher, multiple vulnerabilities in routers
Headlines raise alarm: the greatest hack in history finally reached iOS. Is that really so and who are the potential victims?
Infosec digest: exploit kit Neutrino in Wordpress, yet another GitHub DDoS, Wyndham responsible for breach, while Target is not.
“The Girl in the Spider's Web”, the 4th book of Millenium series released today. Our security expert David Jacoby tells how he consulted the author of the book on what exactly hac...
One can find a number of reasons why this very bug cannot be patched right now, or this quarter, or, like, ever. Yet, the problem has to be solved.
Just think of the sticky fingers of banks, marketers and insurers that hunt for your personal data with revolting impudence and store them unsecured. So, what’s the fuss about?
Once more into a breach: 9.7 gigabytes of stolen data with users’ emails, credit card transactions and profiles leaked into the darknet.