NVIDIA Code Signing Certificates Leveraged to Sign Malware

Hackers are currently engaging in a malicious operation with stolen NVIDIA code signing certificates they leverage to sign malware to make it look trustworthy. This allows them to load compromised…

190GB of Samsung Data Leaked

Lapsus$, a cyber extortion gang that had previously targeted Nvidia, claimed responsibility for a massive Samsung data breach that it had orchestrated. The hackers claimed to have stolen around 200GB…

A Student Mentor’s EXP-312 and OSMR Learning Experience

Intro Over the past few months, including a little before release, I’ve been studying the EXP-312 materials and preparing for the soon to be released OSMR Exam. For those who…

Bitdefender Advanced Threat Intelligence Now Available Through the ThreatBlockr Platform

From technical specialists to team leaders and business architects, security experts today must cover many areas. These individuals need to monitor, research and analyze threats as they occur, protecting enterprise…

Samsung confirms Galaxy source code breach but says no customer information was stolen

Samsung on Monday confirmed that the company recently suffered a cyberattack, but said that it doesn’t anticipate any impact on its business or customers. Last week, South American hacking group…

Musk Warns Starlink Could Attract Russian Bombs

Satellite comms system is helping Ukraine stay online

Counterfeit and Pirated Imports Surge During Pandemic

Europol report warns of risk to economy and citizens’ health

Ukraine Set to Join NATO Cyber Hub

Members voted unanimously to admit Eastern European nation

Australia launches federal election disinformation register to fight mistruths

Image: Getty Images Australia’s electoral body has launched a new disinformation register to debunk misleading and deceptive information regarding how elections are run to protect the integrity of the country’s…

The IT department was asked to spy on co-workers. It didn't go well

IT? Or MI5? Image: Shutterstock The more we’ve come to rely on technology, the more we’ve lurched toward surveillance. In one sense, it’s all too human. Who trusts anyone these…