Europol Shuts Down ‘Imminent Monitor’ RAT Operations With 13 Arrests

In a coordinated International law enforcement operation, Europol today announced to shut down the global organized cybercrime network behind Imminent Monitor RAT, yet another hacking tool that allows cybercriminals to gain complete control over a victim’s computer remotely. The operation targeted both buyers and sellers of the IM-RAT (Imminent Monitor Remote Access Trojan), which was […]

The Hacker News 2020 Cybersecurity Salary Survey – Call for Participation

For the first time, The Hacker News launches a comprehensive Cybersecurity Salary Survey aimed to provide insights into the payment standards of security positions, enabling security professionals to benchmark their salaries against their peers, as well as get clear insights into the leading roles, certifications, geo- and industry- components that factor a cybersecurity position payroll. […]

Latest Kali Linux OS Added Windows-Style Undercover Theme for Hackers

You can relate this: While working on my laptop, I usually prefer sitting at a corner in the room from where no one should be able to easily stare at my screen, and if you’re a hacker, you must have more reasons to be paranoid. Let’s go undercover: If you’re in love with the Kali […]

Malicious Android SDKs Caught Accessing Facebook and Twitter Users Data

Two third-party software development kits integrated by over hundreds of thousands of Android apps have been caught holding unauthorized access to users’ data associated with their connected social media accounts. In a blog post published yesterday, Twitter revealed that an SDK developed by OneAudience contains a privacy-violating component which may have passed some of its […]

A/B testing guide: What is it and how do you set it up?

Let’s face it, marketing online isn’t easy. New competitors are springing up every day, and customer acquisition costs are rising for both B2C and B2B companies as a result. Here’s data from ProfitWell that shows just how significantly customer acquisition costs have risen in recent years. In this increasingly competitive digital landscape, a lot of […]

Dozens of Severe Flaws Found in 4 Popular Open Source VNC Software

Four popular open-source VNC remote desktop applications have been found vulnerable to a total of 37 security vulnerabilities, many of which went unnoticed for the last 20 years and most severe could allow remote attackers to compromise a targeted system. VNC (virtual network computing) is an open source graphical desktop sharing protocol based on RFB […]

OnePlus Suffers New Data Breach Impacting Its Online Store Customers

Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus has suffered a new data breach exposing personal and order information of an undisclosed number of its customers, likely, as a result of a vulnerability in its online store website. The breach came to light after OnePlus started informing affected customers via email and published a brief FAQ page to disclose […]