Cyberkov, a private cybersecurity firm based in Kuwait, said it was shocked to find a guide it created to help activists in the Arab world cited as a secret ISIS guide to cybersecurity.
Telegram, a privacy-centric messaging app has come under attack for allowing ISIS channels to openly broadcast. Now, its founder and CEO Pavel Durov says France’s policies are to blame for the ISIS attacks.
Congressman Joe Barton said ISIS sites “pop up like weeds” and need to be removed by authorities.
But the larger problem, according to intelligence officials, is what happens when ISIS stops using technology at all.
Israelis and Palestinians load up on guns and pepper spray as acts of violence continue to spiral.
An Israeli soldier was killed and at least eight others wounded Sunday night when a Palestinian man from east Jerusalem attacked a bus station in southern Israel. During the attack, police shot dead an Eritrean man they had mistaken for a second attacker. Warning: graphic images.
Journalists condemned the attack, saying it was a dangerous development.
As viral videos capture the violence currently sweeping Jerusalem, families of victims and perpetrators are left wondering why.
Both sides are living in fear as violent attacks in Israel and the Palestinian territories continue to escalate.
The video comes amid growing violence that has spurred fears of a new Palestinian uprising.
Israeli medics confirmed that a mother and father were killed in a shooting Thursday night near the West Bank city of Nablus.
At least five emails were sent to Hilary Clinton disguised to look like speeding tickets.
New programs and companies are offering hackers rewards for the hacks they discover, but can they compete with the millions of dollars up for grabs on the black market?
President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday announced a new pact declaring China and the U.S. will not engage one another in cyber-theft or cyber-attacks, but cybersecurity experts think it’s too little, too late.
Emails exchanged between the Israeli and Italian companies, which were leaked by Wikileaks, shows how they have built partnerships to develop and distribute surveillance software to nation states.
The latest release appears to address a corrupted file issue from the previous rollout.
Company CEO and CTO apparently expressed concerns about how a breach could hurt Ashley Madison.
A 9.7GB dump containing personal information from users of the site designed to help married people cheat on their spouses was posted Tuesday on the Dark Web.
A new report shows how hackers not only spread easy tutorials on how to hack web cams on YouTube, but also make money off Google Ads running alongside them. Google gets a share of the profits too.
Israeli police identified the stabber as Yishai Shlissel, an ultra-Orthodox man who was released from jail only three weeks ago. In 2005, Shlissel stabbed three people at the Jerusalem Gay Pride Parade.