Google's Advanced Protection Program locks down users' Gmail accounts like never before and is meant for its high-risk users.
The Turkish hacking group named Akincila previously targeted a number of Dutch websites, and posted pro-Turkish and anti-European messages.
The US Department of Justice reportedly has enough evidence to charge six hackers associated with Russian military and intelligence.
What happens when a hacker takes on a cybersecurity company like Mandiant, well-known for investigating major leaks and data breaches. He gets arested.
A fake and potentially malicious application has been discovered on the official Google Play Store posing as WhatsApp Business – and has been downloaded up to 5,000 times.
Hackers have compromised a major database maintained by Hetzner Ltd, one of the largest data centre and web hosting services in South Africa.
Predator from Luton who was caught with an "application form for a secret paedophile club" on his computer has been handed a two-year suspended sentence.
In 2013, hackers with links to Russia allegedly infiltrated the Trump Organisation computer networks, but unlike the Democratic Party attacks years later, did not steal emails.
The malware has been around since last year and has been targeting popular cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, ZCash, Ethereum, Monero and others.
The hit list provides the most detailed forensic evidence yet of the close alignment between the hackers and the Russian government.
The data left exposed included names, IDs, passwords, phone numbers, addresses, credit card information, staff salary details and more.
Paid Russian trolls linked to the Kremlin tried to sow fear and mistrust in America by pushing an African-American "war on Christmas".
At least 10 financial institutions around the world have been hit with a new banking Trojan by an alleged Russian-speaking cybercrime group codenamed "Silence".
An Apple software update for iPhone and iPad will protect users from the common hacking channel, KRACK. Android users, however, are still very much at risk.
21-year-old Alex Bessell from Liverpool has been accused of using a 9,000-strong botnet army to launch attacks on Google, Skype and Pokemon servers.