21 November 2013
Stuxnet, the malware that rocked the security world and the first recorded cyber weapon, has an older and more complex “sibling” that was also aimed at disrupting the functioning of...
20 November 2013
The rising popularity of Bitcoin hasn’t gone unnoticed by online scammers, and according to ThreatTrack’s Chris Boyd, they have started tricking users into completing online surveys...
18 November 2013
Users of Silverlight, Microsoft’s answer to Adobe Flash, are in danger of having malware installed on their computers and being none the wiser, as an exploit for a critical vulnerability...
15 November 2013
Over the past several years, we have seen the proliferation of malware targeting mobile devices such as Android and iOS. The vast majority of the malware has been designed to target...
14 November 2013
Some malware peddlers might be moving on from using the Blackhole exploit kit to deliver malicious code, but others are still not ready to give up on it, as proven by a spam campaign...
14 November 2013
Trend Micro researchers have recently come across an interesting example of malware collaboration involving the Zeus banking Trojan and a new variant of the password-stealing Sinowal...
13 November 2013
Not ones to miss an opportunity, malware peddlers are piggybacking on the fact that Facebook is blocking the accounts of certain users and demanding they change their passwords in the...
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