As many researchers expected it would, CoreBot, the credential-stealing malware that first surfaced last month, has added a bevy of new capabilities and reinvented itself as a robust banking Trojan.
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Researchers with a DARPA-led team are looking into new ways to combat reverse engineering by using obfuscation to tidy up shoddy commercial and government security.
Researchers recently discovered a smattering of vulnerabilities in web applications and mobile applications belonging to companies like Yahoo, PayPal, Magento, and Shopify that could have led to account theft, session hijacking, phishing, among other consequences.
A San Diego-based password cracking group has taken a big step towards deciphering some of the 36 million odd passwords leaked in last month’s Ashley Madison breach
Researchers have peeled back the layers on a new campaign that spans multiple years and involves a new variant of the ubiquitous Gh0st remote access tool (RAT).
The author behind one strain of banking malware, Gozi, has plead guilty and is awaiting sentencing while two other men, apparently responsible for developing the banking malware Citadel and Dridex, were recently apprehended.
Millions of government workers whose information was implicated in this year’s expansive Office of Personnel Management hack still haven’t been notified, the agency revealed this week.
Multiple weaknesses exist in AppLock, a popular lock application for Android devices that boasts over 100 million users.
The U.S. government is purportedly readying economic sanctions against China and is prepared to call out several Chinese companies and individuals for cyber espionage.
An attack that uses the same path names, Java payloads, and Java exploit as one earlier this summer was found leveraging a fake EFF site.