Ransomware holiday deals - This week in cybersecurity
A new ransomware family is using the SambaCry vulnerability that was patched in May to infect network-attached storage (NAS) devices, researchers have discovered.
The government of Mecklenburg County, N.C., said it would not pay a ransom to hackers who took control of several of its computer systems.
The app maker's database wasn't protected with a password, leaving exposed its users' most private information.
BrainCo headbands to be used on students to collect biometric brainwave data on over one million students and ultimately create “the world’s biggest brainwave database.”
Months after acquiring TIO Networks, PayPal discovers that the payment processor was the victim of data breach.
A malware author by the name of Luc1F3R is peddling a new ransomware strain called Halloware for the lowly price of $40.
Leakbase, a Web site that indexed and sold access to billions of usernames and passwords stolen in some of the world largest data breaches, has closed up shop. A source close to the matter says the service was taken down in a law enforcement sting that may be tied to the Dutch police raid of the Hansa dark web market earlier this year.