Today’s weekly news digest covers the stories about various mistakes in coding, and how they can be used for different purposes, including earning money.
Your legitimate copy of Angry Birds 2 may be infected with malware that steals your private data. How could this happen?
Kaspersky Lab joined hands with the Dutch police to arrest the criminals behind the CoinVault dangerous ransomware.
A virus damaging hardware is one of the most widely believed myths in the infosec domain. And, at the same time, it’s the most non-standard one. And it’s not totally a myth, after...
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.
Headlines raise alarm: the greatest hack in history finally reached iOS. Is that really so and who are the potential victims?
Security experts often mention exploits as one of the most serious problems, although it’s not always clear why exploits are so special and scary. We’ll try to explain here.
Cybercriminals often pretend to be nice and amiable. Here are a few rules how not to become a victim of these malicious folks.
Andrey Pozhogin, cybersecurity expert at Kaspersky Lab, provides his expertise on the growing trend of ransomware attacks and what users and companies can do to protect themselves