Europol and several law enforcement and judicial authorities carried out an action against EU citizens, mainly teenagers and young adults, who are suspected of using remote access trojans (RATs) to commit cybercrime.
It's unfortunate, but true: we live in a world where even if we buy a brand new mobile phone, it's no guarantee that it's malware-free.
As the holiday season slowly approaches, and users increasingly turn to the Internet to do their holiday shopping before the seasonal madness begins, cyber crooks are trying to take advantage of the fact.
Dridex, a relatively new and improved version of the infamous Cridex/Feodo banking Trojan, is being widely disseminated via email spam campaigns.
The Dyre/Dyreza banking Trojan has lately become very popular with cyber criminals - so much so that the US-CERT has issued an alert warning about the danger.