Written By Shane Schick

Cybercriminals May Value Medical Data Even More Than Credit Card Numbers

Medical data may fetch cybercriminals up to 10 times more money on the black market than credit card information, warn the FBI and others.

Cybercriminals Brag They’re Ready to Release 200,000 Snapchat Photos

Cybercriminals on social media are claiming they have stolen hundreds of thousands of photos and images from Snapchat users that they will expose online.

Criminals Use Tyupkin Malware to Steal Millions From ATMs

A piece of malicious software called Tyupkin has allowed criminals to dispense millions of dollars in cash from ATMs in Europe, Latin America and Asia.

Security Experts Tie Target, Home Depot Attacks to Online Store Selling Stolen Credit Cards

Security experts say data from stolen credit cards is surfacing on online marketplaces, where cybercriminals can download information to create forgeries.

WordPress Vulnerability Worries Companies as Hackers Close In

An analysis of how a popular plugin for WordPress themes may contain a vulnerability that could allow hackers to compromise business information.

Shellshock: Where the Bash Bug Could Hit the Hardest

The Bash bug, a new vulnerability known as Shellshock, could have a sizable impact on an untold number of devices, according to security experts.

DoubleClick Attack May Mean ‘Malvertising’ Is About to Get Much Worse

An attempt to distribute malware via online ad network DoubleClick and Zedo could be a possible example of "malvertising" targeting consumers through ads.

Hackers Hone In on Home Routers Through Brazilian Newspaper

Consumers' home routers were recently under attack as hackers used the website of a Brazilian newspaper to target potential victims.

Apple Pay Security: Experts Weigh Pros and Cons

PayPal has been working to cast doubt on the security level of the forthcoming Apple Pay. Experts weigh in on the security of the new feature.