The group, known to use zero-day exploits, mounted a social engineering campaign against an energy company employee
Fraudsters are claiming 100 percent of the cards are valid, meaning banks haven't cancelled accounts yet
The estimate is drawn from public data and interviews with experts, according to McAfee and a think tank
Cisco said the attacks can be traced to advertisements on Disney, Facebook and The Guardian newspaper.
A hack of a hiring system may have exposed personal information of Korean employees and job applicants
The program attached to the emails is actually a keylogger, according to Trend Micro.
The consultancy that found the vulnerabilities said it hasn't been able to verify the repairs
Cracked versions of Card Recon, a PCI compliance tool, have been found in malware
Legitimate websites in Japan have been compromised to serve up malicious code, Symantec said
Active since 2011, the group targeted more than 2,000 U.S. military members, defense contractors and lobbyists, iSight Partners said
Organizations using Nice Recording eXpress should shut it down until it is fully repaired, SEC Consult said
NitroDesk specializes in securing and managing corporate data in bring-your-own-device workplaces
Independent security pros are finding all kinds of flaws in eBay's networks.
The auction site hasn't patched the flaw after four days, so the researcher decided to go public
The company says it will move the forum to a more secure software platform