Trojan Encoder crypto ransomware family, whose main target are web servers running on Linux, is obviously making quite a splash.
Cybercriminals have developed a destructive new form of ransomware that targets online retailers.
The creation of DNS infrastructure by cybercriminals to unleash exploit kits increased 75 percent in the third quarter of 2015 from the same period in 2014, according to Infoblox.
The recently spotted Linux Encoder crypto-ransomware is very disruptive, but the good news is that the malware makers have made a mistake that allowed Bitdefender researchers to recover the AES encryption key without having to decrypt it with the RSA private key held by the criminals.
The UK parliament's secure network has been breached and several computers on it have been compromised by hackers, The Times has reported.
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