Arbor Networks researchers report the discovery of two servers hosting Dexter and Project Hook point of sale malware.
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A Pony botnet controller has been discovered with two million stolen credentials, most of them for online services from Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, Google and the ADP payroll service.
German scientists have come up with a way of transmitting small bits data, such as passwords, over an acoustical mesh network between air-gapped computers.
The researchers who discovered a serious vulnerability in Android 4.3 Jelly Bean that enables a malicious app to disable the security locks on a vulnerable device have published a proof-of-concept app that exploits the bug, as well as source code for the app.
A researcher may have found the quickest route to learning which files are encrypted in CryptoLocker ransomware infections.
A self-replicating banking Trojan called Neverquest has attempted to infect thousands of victims who have accounts with any of more than 100 banks. Researchers expect the malware to ramp up infection attempts over the holidays.
When authorities in Russia arrested Paunch, the alleged creator of the Blackhole exploit kit, last month, security researchers and watchers of the malware underground predicted that taking him off the board would put a dent in the use of Blackhole and force its customers onto other platforms. Six weeks later, it now appears that Blackhole[...]
A mature, extensible attack platform has been targeting automotive manufacturers and human rights activists in Asia, making use of a familiar Microsoft Office exploit in espionage attacks.
New financial malware known as i2Ninja has been discovered using the I2P darknet to send stolen banking credentials to its command and control servers.
Tens of millions of UK banking customers are at risk for infection by the CryptoLocker ransomware, the U.K.’s National Crime Agency warns.