The attribution, reportedly supported by private security firms and the UK, serves as an aggressive move for the Trump administration.
A strain of Android malware found lurking on third-party application stores is so packed full of nefarious capabilities that it can cause physical damage to smartphones.
British firms are stockpiling cryptocurrencies including bitcoin and ethereum so they can pay off hackers in the event of a ransomware or malware attack.
Kremlin-linked troll accounts on Twitter and Facebook have reportedly used fake profiles to incite anger and spread confusion following terror attacks in the UK.
The strange new add-on featured an ominous phrase that did little to quell suspicions or fears: "My Reality Is Different Than Yours."
While most of the names and some information in the Jacobs letter have been redacted, the letter outlines some shady unlawful activities within Uber's "ThreatOps" division.
Russian authorities are currently working to create a legal framework to regulate virtual currencies as their value and interest continues to boom.
Moscow had dismissed hacking allegations as "baseless" while Trump has continued to denounce the ongoing Russia probe as a "witch hunt".
Security experts believe that the prolific hacker group has launched a phishing campaign against cryptocurrency companies.
David Chukwuneke Adindu tricked victims into wiring millions of dollars into bank accounts he opened in China.
The malware surreptitiously harvests victims' credit card data, by conducting man-in-the-middle attacks.
A 46-year-old "career criminal" has been convicted after trying to buy three grenades on the dark web using bitcoin, the UK's National Crime Agency said Friday (15 December).
An alleged computer hacker living in a caravan park on an island off the Kent coast has admitted to illegally stealing customer data from the websites of over a dozen companies.
Security experts suspect the malware, which has already been used against a target in the Middle East, was created by state-sponsored hackers.
35-year-old Louis Meza from New Jersey was charged with kidnapping and robbery. If found guilty, he could face upto 25 years in prison.
Researchers found that around 27 of the top 100 most popular websites, as ranked by Alexa, were vulnerable to the ROBOT exploit.
"Come on Anderson. We're ok with you telling the truth..." one Twitter user said.
Anonymous' call to arms to hacktivists across the world – hack, deface, dox, hijack, leak and DDoS any target linked to US and Israeli government.
Jha, a 21-year-old computer science student at Rutgers University, admitted to writing and implementing the Mirai code in July 2016.
More than 80 malicious apps were discovered lurking on Google's official Play Store that were designed to hijack credentials for VK, the Facebook-like Russian social network.