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Browsing Tag: malware
Researchers say in a 30-day period cybercriminals behind the Locky ransomware have updated the malware three times and have stepped up spam campaigns.
Equifax has temporarily taken down one of its consumer-facing credit report services after the webpage was compromised and serving adware via a phony Flash Player download.
Much-maligned BLU phones have been a privacy and spyware nightmare. Threatpost shares the story of one victim who experienced firsthand a relentless wave of unwanted programs, spyware and frustration.
Thieves in Latin American countries are turning to Eastern European hackers to build ATM malware from scratch, according to a Virus Bulletin talk by researchers at Kaspersky Lab.
Two members of Avast’s threat intelligence team shared new information about the CCleaner backdoor attack.
Researchers at CyberArk have devised a Windows Defender bypass that tricks the operating system into executing malicious code while Defender scans a benign file.
An IDN homograph attack leveraging Adobe’s brand has been discovered, with the malicious site spreading the Betabot backdoor
F5 Labs has detected a WireX variant capable of launching UDP flood DDoS attacks.