State sponsored Chinese hackers spying on crucial US infrastructure networks, says Western intelligence
Microsoft singled out Guam, a US island in the Pacific Ocean with an important military installation, as one of the targets, but added that 'malicious' activity had been discovered elsewhere in the US
US slaps additional sanctions on North Korea over 'malicious cyber activity'
North Korean hackers rose to prominence in 2014 with their alleged role in the hack of Sony Pictures in retaliation for the release of a satirical movie, 'The Interview', that made fun of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
Pak-based hacking group targeted Indians, including military personnel via FB, Insta: Meta
Meta said though the activity of the Pakistan hacker group was ‘relatively low in sophistication’, it was ‘persistent and targeted’ several services across the internet
Spies, hackers, and informants: The many ways China spies on the United States
According to researchers and Western intelligence officials, China has mastered the art of hacking into rival countries' computer systems in order to steal industrial and trade secrets. Here are some of the ways Beijing has worked to spy on the United States in recent years
Govt. of India issues high severity warnings for Apple devices like iPhone, iPad that can be hacked
CERT-In has identified some critical vulnerabilities in some of the most popular devices that Apple sells in India. These include certain iPads, iPhones, Macs, and Apple Watches, which run on older operating systems.
Hackers steal over $600 million in one of the biggest cryptocurrency heists
The haul was valued at $545 million when it was stolen on 23 March, but was worth about $615 million based on prices Tuesday, making it one of largest thefts ever in the crypto world.
Russian officials, including hackers, charged with hacking the energy industry
The hacks targeted companies and organizations in about 135 countries
'Idea of wall is an illusion': Top cybersecurity expert on China's digital army and battleground of future
CNN-News18's Shreya Dhoundial speaks to top cybersecurity expert and Recorded Future CEO Christopher Ahlberg on China's digital army and what India needs to watch out for
Alleged Co-WIN hack may have been a Bitcoin scam: Everything you need to know
Health Minister Dr Harsh Vardhan has denied the hack claims and says that the data alleged to have been leaked -- such as geo-location -- is not even collected on Co-WIN.
Russia's SVR hijacked email system of US aid agency to target NGOs, think tanks critical of Putin
According to cybersecurity firm SecureWorks, the Russian hackers targeted the Atlantic Council and EU Disinfo Lab, which have both exposed several Russian disinformation campaigns
Hackers in China used fake Facebook accounts, impostor websites to break into computers, smartphones of Uyghur Muslims
Facebook says the operation targeted Uyghur activists, journalists and dissidents from China’s Xinjiang region, as well as individuals living in Turkey, Kazakhstan, the US, Syria, Australia, Canada and other nations.
Hacker group allegedly leaks data of Indian Army personnel using Airtel network; company denies claim
Red Rabbit Team in a message to PTI claimed that it has access to pan-India data of Bharti Airtel through a shell uploaded on the company's server and will leak more data soon.
US accuses Chinese nationals of hacking spree targeting COVID data, defense secrets
US authorities said the Chinese nationalsparticipated in a multiyear cyber espionage campaign that stole weapons designs, drug information, software source code, etc.
State-backed hackers targeting coronavirus responders, US and UK warn
The NCSC and CISA did not say which countries were responsible for the attacks.
North Korea's digital savvy comes to the fore: Internet use surges, helping to thwart US sanctions and fuel cybercrime
North Korea has vastly expanded its use of the internet in ways that enable its leader, Kim Jong-un, to evade a “maximum pressure” US sanctions campaign and turn to new forms of cybercrime to prop up his government, according to a new study
In defense lies the best offence: Six tips to keep your digital world safe
Do not ‘talk’ to strangers, which means don’t click on links, open attachments sent by addresses you don’t know.
UK political parties hit by back-to-back cyberattacks, security agencies concerned about election interference
The attacks come after Britain's security agencies have warned that Russia and other countries may attempt to disrupt voting.
Younger workforce would rather pay ransom than invest in good cybersecurity practices: Report
Younger workers are more accepting of personal devices at work and consider them less of a security risk (71 percent) than older workers (79 percent)
Hackers steal 68 lakh records from Indian healthcare websites for alleged cancer research
The stoled healthcare records contained key patient and doctor information and credentials.
Florida pays $600,000 ransom to hackers who paralysed the city's computer systems
The hackers got into the city’s system when an employee clicked on an email link that allowed them to upload malware.