How to tell if someone is using your iPhone to spy on you (and how to put a stop to it)

Smartphones like the iPhone  are home to so much information. Texts, emails, financial, medical. Then on top of that, smartphones can be used to track our movements and what we…

Threat Roundup for February 11 to February 18

Today, Talos is publishing a glimpse into the most prevalent threats we’ve observed between Feb. 11 and Feb. 18. As with previous roundups, this post isn’t meant to be an…

Akamai CEO: Linode acquisition makes company 'world's most distributed cloud services provider'

Akamai CEO Tom Leighton touted the company’s expansion this week on the heels of a Q4 earnings report that saw the company bring in a revenue of $905 million for…

Linux developers patch security holes faster than anyone else, says Google Project Zero

There’s a lot of FUD about how Linux is being shown recently to be less secure than proprietary systems. That’s nonsense. But, now there are hard facts from Google’s Project…

White House attributes Ukraine DDoS incidents to Russia's GRU

Written by Joe Warminsky Feb 18, 2022 | CYBERSCOOP Russia was behind recent disruptions of Ukrainian government and banking websites, a top White House official said Friday. “We have assessed…

Probation for Medicare Fraudster

Floridian who sold Medicare patients’ personal and medical data evades prison

US Goes After Crypto Criminals

DOJ appoints national crypto enforcement team director and announces new FBI virtual asset exploitation unit

New Critical RCE Bug Found in Adobe Commerce, Magento

Adobe updated its recent out-of-band security advisory to add another critical bug, while researchers put out a PoC for the one it emergency-fixed last weekend. Yet another zero-day bug has…

Carpet Bombing Attacks on the Rise

2021 saw surge in DDoS attacks targeting multiple IP addresses of an organization in a short timeframe

Croatian Police arrests minor over A1 Telecom data breach & ransom demand

The 14-year-old schoolboy was accused of stealing data of 100,000 Tele Operator A1 customers and demanding 150 Ethereum coins ($500,000) in ransom. In an interesting turn of events, Croatian police…