A misconfigured Amazon Web Services S3 storage bucket exposed sensitive data on consumers' financial histories, contact information, and mortgage ownership.
An improper default configuration gives employees unnecessary administrative privilege without their knowledge, making them ideal targets for hackers.
For just over $1,000, a phishing operation successfully spied on members of the Tibetan community for 19 months, Toronto University's Citizen Lab found.
The worm has returned and the Yahoos have all been exposed, but did 2017 teach us any genuinely new lessons we shouldn't already have known?
A malware tool for stealthily installing software that mines the Monero virtual currency looks like the handiwork of North Korean threat actors, AlienVault says.
"Alarming evolution" of Flokibot bypasses antivirus software and was likely built by a group of advanced attackers, researchers say.
Skygofree appears to have been developed for lawful intercept, offensive surveillance purposes.
Revenues and reputation have taken a hit in the wake of the US Department of Homeland Security's decision to prohibit use of its products and services by the feds, the company says.