An attacker working off domains belonging to Chinese registrar BizCN has been moving the Cryptowall 4.0 ransomware via the Nuclear Exploit Kit.
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Microsoft claims a recent update to Edge prevents the loading of unsigned DLLs without consent, something that should make it more difficult for an attacker to compromise the browser.
A Florida integrator who discovered the Conficker worm lurking in body cameras meant for police use takes Threatpost inside the story, including a frustrating disclosure with a disbelieving manufacturer.
Encouraged by patterns carried out on a larger scale recently, researchers believe digital steganography has arrived as a legitimate way to hide communication.
500 sites that use the free analytics service PageFair may have been compromised over the weekend.
Juan Andres Guerrero-Saade from Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research & Analysis Team (GReAT) joins Ryan Naraine on the podcast to discuss the “identity crisis” in the anti-malware industry and the ethics and perils of investigating state-sponsored or geopolitically significant threats.
An adware campaign called Kemoge not only aggressively serves ads to Android devices, but also can open a backdoor and install malicious components leading to remote takeover.
A targeted attack has been uncovered in which hackers were able to burrow onto the corporate network and steal thousands of username-password combinations via Outlook Web Access.
After its alleged developer was arrested, Dridex banking Trojan infections were nil for close to two months. That all changed today.