Sextortion scammers still shilling with stolen passwords – cybersecurity experts The email includes the potential victim's password as evidence of a hack, but there is more than meets the eye.
14:40, 30 April 2020
Ukraine's justice system employee caught mining crypto at work – media An IT staffer at Ukraine's State Judicial Administration has been charged with illegally mining cryptocurrency at his workplace.
21:10, 27 February 2020
Global leader in cybersecurity ESET discovers new type of banking trojans stealing cryptocurrency It is used to steal cryptocurrency via a technique that monitors clipboard content for cryptocurrency wallet data.
19:15, 03 October 2019
Facebook sues Ukrainian quiz-makers for stealing user data with malware plugins – media The complaint says the hackers scraped public profile information and non-publicly viewable lists of friends, in addition to serving their own ads instead of official Facebook-approved ones.
11:54, 11 March 2019
Hackers steal documents on Brexit, talks with Ukraine, Belarus from German govt servers A total of six files have been stolen.
20:50, 10 March 2018
U.S. accuses Russia of orchestrating NotPetya cyber-attack on Ukraine, warns of consequences The White House called the interference "reckless and indiscriminate".
09:20, 16 February 2018
SBU blocks spread of mobile device malware <p>The SBU Security Service of Ukraine together with the prosecutor's office have blocked the spread of malicious software designed for remote, secret access to information stored on mobile devices, according to the SBU's press center.</p>
14:14, 15 January 2018
IBT: Hackers target Ukrainian software company to spread Zeus banking trojan <p>Hackers have compromised the official website of Ukrainian accounting software developer Crystal Finance Millennium to distribute a new variant of the malicious Zeus banking trojan, according to International Business Times (IBT).</p>
21:30, 06 January 2018
Russian hacker says FSB involved in creation of WannaCry malware <p>The creation of WannaCry and Lurk malware was supervised by the Russian FSB, according to Konstantin Kozlovsky, a hacker earlier arrested in the Lurk case, the Russian independent news network Dozhd reports.</p>
16:30, 27 December 2017
Ukraine says NotPetya hackers likely behind BadRabbit malware – media <p>Hackers behind the NotPetya virus that hit Ukraine and spread around the world in June probably also designed malware called BadRabbit used in a more recent strike, a Ukrainian presidency official said on Tuesday, according to Reuters.</p>
13:28, 01 November 2017
Ukraine cyber security firm warns of possible new attacks <p>Ukrainian cyber security firm ISSP said on Tuesday it may have detected a new computer virus distribution campaign, after security services said Ukraine could face cyber attacks similar to those which knocked out global systems in June, Reuters reports.</p>
11:30, 23 August 2017
NBU detects massive cyber attack preparation <p>Ukraine's central bank has warned state-owned and private banks across the country that a new malware campaign targeting financial services firms across the country may be a prelude to another assault of Not-Petya proportions, BankInfoSecurity reports.</p>
09:00, 22 August 2017
Malware expert who turned himself in to Ukraine's law enforcers to testify on DNC hack may not be "Profexer" - media <p>The New York Times in its recent article claimed a Ukrainian hacker known under the alias “Profexer” turned himself in earlier this year to the Ukrainian law enforcers, bound to become the first live witness to testify before the FBI in the DNC Russian hack case, according to Current Time.</p>
18:40, 19 August 2017
Ukrainian businesses facing threat of another cyberattack - SBU <p>The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) warns of a possible new cyberattack on computer networks of Ukrainian companies, as reported by the agency’s press service.</p>
19:50, 18 August 2017
Ukrainian malware expert could blow whistle on Russian hacking of DNC - media <p>The hacker, known only by his online alias “Profexer,” is reportedly the first known living witness in the FBI probe into the DNC hack after he turned himself in to the Ukrainian police earlier this year, The New York Times reported.</p>
19:50, 16 August 2017