Ransomware is growing more and more common
Researchers say, 'This application was as malicious as they come'
A backdoor written in Lua that uses DoH to obscure its DNS traffic
Having already spent almost $1 million on new computers
Smart TVs should be smarter
Another day, another data breach
Anything is valuable as long as someone is willing to pay for it
Asus says it was made aware of the problem and has addressed it
It is hard to hide from power analysis techniques
The plot thickens
Problem was discovered in Blade models in February but has existed in Intel motherboards for at least a year
Using a GAN, an attacker could inject realistic-looking nodules in near real time
Yujing Zhang gained entry to the club illegally
The money will be used to refund affected customers
More than two thirds of all Android antivirus apps are ineffective and many don't even do anything at all
Only 50 out of the 250 apps tested scored above 90%
Analysts have stopped the malware from spreading
Five of the top 10 PC malware types are cryptominers
Banking trojans often spoof login pages in order to gain access to bank accounts
It's now been removed, thankfully
Occasionally exposing sensitive info such as credit card data
But not before they were downloaded millions of times
Did the Lazarus Group strike again?
Will falling crypto values divert hackers' efforts?