Asacub, once thought just to be spyware, appears to have completed its transition into mobile banking malware, a researcher at Kaspersky Lab claims.
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Attackers behind the Dridex Trojan have narrowed their sights on banks based in the United Kingdom frequented by high-value business accounts, researchers claim.
Mitigating fraud has long been an uphill battle for the online advertising world and numbers released Tuesday indicate it’s been a pricey one.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new set of draft guidelines on Friday in hopes medical device manufacturers address cybersecurity risks in their products.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the week in news, including a critical flaw patched by OpenSSH, the curious tale behind a Silverlight zero day, and how to turn a hacked webcam into a backdoor.
Researchers have uncovered yet another issue – and potential backdoor – in Advantech’s beleaguered EKI-1322 serial device server.
According to a recent survey, 86 percent of health apps had at least two critical vulnerabilities and 55 percent of health app users expected their apps to be hacked in the next six months.
Cisco patched two critical vulnerabilities that could lead to complete compromise of any devices running its software, and a hardcoded password issue.
Microsoft only released nine bulletins for its first Patch Tuesday of 2016, but six of them are marked critical and seven can lead to remote code execution.
Researchers have uncovered a new RAT that can evade sandbox analysis, is adept at carrying out espionage, and is being used in targeted threat operations.