Harold T. Martin III is reportedly the prime suspect in the Shadow Brokers investigation, but while he has been in detention, the hackers have posted more messages.
Hackers claim to have breached the site, obtaining databases of millions of users.
The malware behind powerful cyberattacks-for-hire services keeps spreading to new devices.
A group of security researchers has launched an initiative to name and shame DDoS providers and the companies who turn a blind eye to them.
The arrests of the two teenagers might be part of a larger law enforcement clampdown against the hacking groups who specialize in DDoS attacks.
he malware that powered the “Botnet of Things” behind one of the largest cyberattacks ever isn’t even that great, and that’s exactly why we should be worried.
Recorded Future gets a bird’s-eye view of activity on criminal forums.
As many predicted, hackers are starting to use your Internet of Things to launch cyberattacks.
“Guccifer 3.0, if you’re out there, this is what we need: We need somebody to get in and get these returns."
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