A criminal Magecart gang successfully compromised hundreds of ecommerce websites via a malicious script that silently harvested personal data and payment card information as customers bought goods and services online.
Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
Security researchers at ESET discovered that hackers managed to compromise StatCounter and change the analytics script used by hundreds of thousands of websites.
It didn’t take long at all for a security researcher to demonstrate how easy it was to turn an Excel spreadsheet into a cryptomining machine.
Microsoft has launched some new features in its Excel spreadsheet software that will boost its power. But will that only be for the benefit of users?
The BBC reports that users have been hit by a cross-site scripting flaw on eBay since at least February, putting passwords at risk of phishers.
Security researchers at ZScaler have uncovered a malware attack, seemingly targeted against the computers of Chinese game players.
The php.net website, the official home of the open-source PHP programming language, has been hacked and used to spread malware to visitors.
SophosLabs explains how today’s Tumblr worm was able to spread so quickly.
Will you really see who views your Facebook profile? Will you really discover who your top profile stalkers on Facebook are?
Maybe it’s time for a reality check.
Facebook users have been hit by another fast-spreading scam today, pretending to be a link to a YouTube video that they have been tagged in.