The malware’s dropper is a skeleton that avoids detection as a malicious file.
Researchers uncover a phishing campaign attempting to steal login credentials from government departments across North America, Europe and Asia - and nobody knows who is behind it
Microsoft Azure Executive Vice President Jason Zander discusses how he's looking at his world now that it includes Windows engineering.
SEC alleges that investor funds were spent on dating services and shopping sprees.
The malicious Python libraries were caught stealing SSH and GPG keys.
A whopping 700 pages of research from Intel reveals the missing skills for Industry 4.0. Intel researcher Dr. Irene Petrick tells us her insights from the report.
Telecom company 1&1 is fined €9.55m for failing to protect customers' personal information in call centers.
The new intelligent feed in Workspace is designed to create a more consumer-like experience for workers that cuts down on meaningless tasks.
We didn't expect much right at the end of the year, but with last week's network rollout we had to give a capable 5G smartphone the top spot. Stay tuned for many more 5G-capable phones in 2020 with a shakeup of this list in January or February.
Nation-state backed cyber groups have been responsible for major incidents over the last decade. And now more countries want the same power.
Facebook provides 100,000 AI-manipulated videos for researchers to develop better deepfake detection systems.
AiMOS, the 24th most powerful supercomputer worldwide, was recently unveiled at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Its main job? To find out how to build smarter hardware to support ever-more sophisticated applications of AI.
The Your Phone app is not just for Samsung Galaxy phones and Windows Insiders anymore.
Brain controlled VR and taste-morphing food. Ericcson releases top predictions for the year 2030.
Google is using its latest machine-learning techniques to improve news suggestions for mobile users.
The EU is increasing its scrutiny of Google's business practices as new preliminary investigation starts.
The EFF’s campaign against facial recognition scanners used by law enforcement has borne fruit.