ESET researchers analyzed a widespread case of ransomware generally known as TorrentLocker, which started spreading in early 2014.
A growing number of flaws in web browsers is viewed as the biggest endpoint security headache by todayís IT decision-makers, according to Malwarebytes.
In the third quarter, McAfee Labs detected more than 307 new threats every minute, or more than five every second, with mobile malware samples growing by 16 percent during the quarter, and overall malware surging by 76 percent year over year.
A newer version of the Cryptowall ransomware has been delivered to unsuspecting Internet users via malicious ads shown on a considerable number of high-profile websites, including properties in the Yahoo, Match.com, and AOL domains.
A new variant of the Android malware Koler now spreads by text message and holds infected usersí phones hostage until a ransom is paid.
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