The notorious hacker group has allegedly extorted hundreds of thousands of dollars from its victims.
The Kremlin plotted to send trained athletes to agitate at rallies and bribe the media to cover the events.
Iranian hackers are often underrated, but they are probably among the best in the world.
A cybersecurity expert explains to Newsweek how criminals are taking advantage of compromised cash machines.
A group of Iraqi hackers is infiltrating ISIS messaging channels and websites.
Behzad Mesri, an Iranian hacker, began conducting online reconnaissance of HBO’s computer networks and employees in May, federal prosecutors said.
A cybersecurity researcher sent vibrate commands to a butt plug from his laptop.
Malicious iPhone apps can steal users’s personal information through fake login pop-ups.
The cyber threat to the U.S. from China is mostly one of "rampant" espionage.
Three different U.S. sources say Facebook briefed officials about a Russian surveillance operation on the French president during his 2017 campaign.
The head of the service says Israel has "unexpected surprises" for those who carry out cyber-attacks.
Russian authorities are asking Western tech companies to allow them to review source code for security products before they're sold in the country.
The Shadow Brokers offered to sell code that could be used to hack phones and computers and say they will start dumping data on nuclear programs.
Hundreds of guests at the hotel in Austria were affected by the attack.