Don’t open unsolicited PDF copies of Michael Wolff’s Trump book—researchers uncovered one bundled with malware.
Joseph Cox is a journalist formerly covering cybersecurity, the digital underground, and the surveillance industry for The Daily Beast.
On the Discord messaging platform, users are openly trading their swiped images of women, and one activist says entire chat rooms are dedicated to videos of rapes.
Users connecting from Senate, Navy, and Executive Branch computers bragged about ‘wins,’ or nonconsensual nude photos, posted on Anon-IB, a revenge-porn epicenter.
One ever-so-helpful site promised to help users get Twitter verification—as soon as they phished out customers’ payment information.
Hackers hunting out Uber accounts are moving beyond just trying a victim’s password, to stealing it directly.
Julian Assange was an early adopter of cryptocurrency donations. So where is the ‘transparency organization’ spending the fortune that the public blockchain indicates it has?
A newly published U.K. intel oversight report shows MI5 and MI6 officials openly worrying about a return to U.S. agencies’ bad old days in late 2016
The White House pulled out the stops to illustrate Kim Jong Un’s alleged role in WannaCry. It only underscored the administration’s deafening silence about Russia’s bigger attack.
Several men have admitted to U.S. prosecutors that they hijacked an army of home devices capable of taking down big parts of the internet in 2016—and all because of a grudge.
Scammers are exploiting iTunes by uploading their own DIY music, buying it up with some gift-card trickery—and then getting fiat currency from those dubious sales.