The tenacious EITest malware campaign is being refueled by the fact it is shifting from the Angler exploit kit to the Neutrino exploit kit.
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SWIFT reminds banks of their responsibility in securing their access to the financial network, and creates a centralized information sharing resources for users.
Duo Labs describes how a critical Android vulnerability chains two exploits together to completely pwn an Android OS device.
The criminals behind the TeslaCrypt ransomware have closed up shop and publicly released the master decryption key that unlocks files encrypted by the malware.
Dell SonicWALL Threats Research Team says incidents of Android lockscreen malware masquerading as porn apps is a growing concern.
News of yet another attack involving a bank and SWIFT, the financial network used by thousands of banks to transfer funds, came to light Thursday.
The latest Petya ransomware attacks come with a twist; if Petya is not granted privileges to encrypt the Master File Table, it instead installs Mischa ransomware.
Fast-food chain Wendy’s disclosed 300 of its restaurants were hit with malware tied to a PoS system attack.
Microsoft’s twice-annual SIR bellwether security report highlights malware, fraudulent login attempts and the staying power of really old software bugs.
Mike Mimoso, Chris Brook, and Tom Spring, discuss the week in news, including a first hand account of an online casino getting hit by ransomware, Brazil shutting down WhatsApp, and attackers mining an ADP portal for W-2s.