Researchers have peeled back more layers on Vawtrak, a relatively new banking Trojan so complex that those who have taken it apart have likened it to a Matryoshka, or Russian nesting doll.
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A device that Progressive sends out to customers to give them a better rate by may be doing more than keeping track of their driving, the devices may be insecure and used to take control of vehicles.
Mozilla released the latest version of its flagship browser this week, Firefox 35, fixing nine vulnerabilities, including three critical bugs.
Two services that allow users to reserve offsite parking spots at airports over the internet announced this week that they recently suffered breaches and its customers’ data may be at risk.
Attackers are circulating fake fixes for Oracle error messages and the company is warning users not to download any patches that don’t come directly from Oracle.
Adobe patched Flash Player , addressing nine vulnerabilities in the software including critical bugs that could allow an attacker to take control of an affected system.
The DDoS attacks that knocked both Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network (PSN) offline around Christmas came at the hands of a botnet comprised largely of hacked home routers.
Online retailer Zappos settled with attorneys general in nine states, stemming from a data breach in 2012 that exposed 24 million customers’ information.
A trade association in charge of overseeing the needs of credit unions has shrugged off the idea of implementing a data encryption rule.
Instead of relying on their own sites to host malware, hackers are using a series of strings of malicious backdoor code on Pastebin sites and calling upon it to execute malware.