Researchers say NATO members were targeted for reconnaissance over the holidays by attacks using malicious OLE objects.
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Hundreds of thousands–potentially more than one million–Netgear routers are susceptible to a pair of vulnerabilities that can lead to password disclosure.
Dridex banking malware returns with a new bypass technique that allows the malware to execute without triggering a Windows UAC alert to the user.
The Star Wars Twitter botnet, the return of Lavabit, a critical Cisco Webex flaw, and the St. Louis Library ransomware story are discussed.
A Ponemon Institute report on ransomware revealed 48 percent of businesses surveyed paid a ransom in exchange for getting their data back.
Security researchers have identified a new and evasive mobile ransomware strain called Charger on the Google Play app store.
A new version of the SpyNote Trojan is designed to trick Android users into thinking it’s a legitimate Netflix application.
Services are being restored to the St. Louis Public Library computer system after a ransomware attack impacted access to machines and data at all 17 branches.
Google has removed 20 apps from Google Play that were spreading a variant of the HummingBad Android malware called Hummingwhale.
A spam campaign has started spreading Sage ransomware, while a ransomware service known as Satan allows users to customize distribution.