As investigations continue about the backdoor that was planted in CCleaner, Avast said it has found that the actors behind the attack were planning to install a third round of malware on compromised computers.
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Researchers say the case of Olympic Destroyer malware show how threat actors can manipulate “geopolitical agenda” with false flags.
Report outlines lucrative rise of nefarious cryptomining groups and their complex new business models.
Equifax said that an additional 2.4 million Americans have been impacted by a 2017 data breach, bringing the total of those implicated to around 148 million people.
This week’s DDoS attack against GitHub is a harbinger of attacks to come that will use the highly effective memcached amplification technique, say experts.
Researchers say cyrptojackers are bypassing ad-blocking software in an attempt to run in-browser cyrptocurrency miner Coinhive.
Over the past few days researchers say DDoS attacks have been using memcached servers to amplify DDoS attacks using UDP-based packets.
Morphisec said that it has detected several malicious word documents – part of a “massive” malspam campaign – that takes advantage of a critical Adobe Flash Player vulnerability discovered earlier this month.
Researchers have found sneaky encoded malware targeting WordPress and Joomla sites that pretends to be ionCube files.
A remote code execution security flaw has been patched in one of the latest versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader DC.