Anti-virus pioneer John McAfee has signed a partnership with Hacken, an Eastern European cybersecurity start-up built upon a new form of cryptocurrency, IBTimes UK can reveal.
IcedID is fairly new to the cybercrime arena, and its capabilities are believed to be on par with other sophisticated Trojans like Dridex and Zeus.
Sensitive financial documents from consultancy giant KPMG were found to be accessible with credentials not linked to the firm, the BBC has discovered.
The rules governing how UK police forces seize and extract data from digital devices – including laptops and phones – lack transparency and accountability, a report suggests.
Hacking groups linked to North Korea will continue to devastate the UK with major cyberattacks over the next year, former GCHQ director Robert Hannigan has warned.
US president Donald Trump's personal jet, as well as the one frequently used by vice president Mike Pence, is reportedly Boeing 757.
Just hours before Isis' "news agency" website Amaq was reportedly taken down, the site claimed it had beefed up security to handle "any type of hack".
The elaborate, 3D-printed mask reportedly cost about $150 (£114) to make and can bypass Apple's new Face ID security.
Last week, over 580 Parity wallets containing millions of dollars worth of Ethereum were mysteriously locked down and inaccessible.
From the return of WikiLeaks to the Nepal bank cyber-heist: Here are the biggest cybersecurity stories of the week from the IBTimes UK technology team.
The data exposure was caused by an unsecured Apache Hive database, which leaked extensive data about both customers and drivers.
A Reddit user reported that Lovense's remote control vibrator app recorded a six-minute session without their knowledge.
The Dark Overlord hackers stole a trove of confidential photos of high-profile clients from the plastic surgery clinic last month.
The flaw doesn't depend on jailbreak or rooting, instead capitalises on a simple developer error to expose massive amounts of sensitive data.
Trend Micro researchers found two malicious apps lurking in the Google Play Store masquerading as app lockers that were used to spread the malware.