Pro PoS, a strain of point of sale malware that began making the rounds on underground markets late last month, is easy to use, but less sophisticated than initial reports suggested.
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Zscaler has uncovered new Spy Banker campaigns moving over Facebook where the banking malware is hosted on a Google Cloud Server.
A coalition of law enforcement agencies worked together to disrupt Dorkbot, a botnet that’s managed to infect more than one million machines in 190 countries over the last year.
Nemesis, a specialized strain of payment card malware that has bootkit functionality, makes it very difficult to detect, much less remove.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab release an update on the Sofacy gang, also known as APT28, explaining a set of new malware implants, backdoors and zero days at the group’s disposal.
A Chinese APT gang is targeting Hong Kong media outlets with backdoors that connect to legitimate Dropbox accounts.
An attacker working off domains belonging to Chinese registrar BizCN has been moving the Cryptowall 4.0 ransomware via the Nuclear Exploit Kit.
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.