Suspicious US visitors to convey SM ids, emails, and 15 years’...

The new form released by the US Department of State features extra questions to those visa applicants who could pose a threat to the...

Putin: Patriotic Russians may be involved in hacking

Speaking at the St Petersburg economic forum, Putin claimed there was no concrete evidence for US intelligence agencies’ allegations of Russian hacking, and said...

Kmart Stores relived second credit card breach

A malware attack on Kmart Stores, an international retail network, has resulted in malefactors controlling credit card payment credentials, according to cybersecurity journalist Brian...

Thailand state TV and radio stations’ websites are down, hit by...

Update. According to BBC Thai Service, Channel 3, Channel 11, Public Relations Department, Channel 5,  Channel 9, and MCOT were attacked. The attack had been...

WikiLeaks publishes documents from the “Pandemic” project of the CIA

The latest WikiLeaks ‘Vault7’ release details an alleged CIA project allowing the spy agency to give file servers the capability to infect machines which...

28 GB of sensitive US-military-related data exposed to public on Amazon

Chris Vickery, a cyber risk analyst at Upguard, has found a dump of 60,000 files belonging to the US National Space-Intelligence Agency (NGA) on...

Bug in sudo roots less privileged sudoers, distributives rolling out fixes

Cyber security firm Qualis has discovered a critical flaw in ‘sudo’, a utility designed to grant superuser permissions on Linux to someone with standard...

German court rejected parents’ right to dead daughter’s Facebook page

On May 31, an appeal court in Germany ruled that parents have no right to access their daughter’s account. The girl’s peers’ right for...

Shadow Brokers charge $21,000 per month for subscription

Two weeks and one day ago, Shadow brokers announced a subscription service for those who’d like to read data leaked from the NSA. As...

Czech court deciding whether to extradite Russian hacker to US or...

Russian citizen Yevgeniy Nikulin is accused by the FBI of hacking LinkedIn, Formspring, and Dropbox. As we wrote earlier this month, he was arrested...