Just one month after U.S. and U.K. law enforcement helped take down Dridex, Trend Micro is reporting the botnet is bouncing back.
Already a scourge on personal computers, as well as personal websites, ransomware is now going after Linux web servers.
Thieves that planted unauthorized malware on some Hilton Worldwide point of sale (POS) systems aimed to glean payment card information in a breach that occurred late in 2014 or mid-2015, the hotel company confirmed Tuesday.
Security researchers at cyber threat intelligence company iSight Partners identified malware - called ModPOS - that targets retail point-of-sale systems.
Vonteera adware family has been spotted using a new trick to disable anti-malware and anti-virus software.
Smart TVs are not being targeted by hackers right now, but a researcher at Symantec has noted that cybercriminals have a wide range of options if they wish to breach the average Smart TV.
A data breach at Pearson VUE, the certification manager for Cisco, Oracle and IBM compromised the company's Credential Manager System and allowed unauthorized third-party access to data of "a limited set" of its users, Pearson VUE said in a Saturday statement.
Researchers at Damballa have discovered a toolset that may have helped the Destover and Shamoon malware remain undetected when they used to hack Sony and Saudi Aramco.
France reportedly saw a sharp increase in attempted cyber attacks in the weeks leading up to the terror attacks in Paris last week.
Adware Shedun takes advantage of legitimate features in Android Accessibility Service
Researchers at the Microsoft Malware Protection Center have observed a hacking team that they call Strontium aiming zero-day attacks at servers in governments, military forces and diplomatic organizations within members of NATO, journalists and political advisors as well as some governments within Eastern Europe.
A new variant of the notorious banking trojan Dyreza has been detected by researchers at Heimdal Security.
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted a malvertising campaign performing drive-by-downloads on unsuspecting victims
An attack campaign described as having plenty of potential has collected extensive information from the internet and compromised selected websites.
Oops! Wrong number. Or rather, wrong website. A man believed to be a "wannabe cybercriminal" mistook recent Damballa research on Pony Loader "as a sales pitch" and queried the company, looking to buy the malware and get help installing it.
What had been the relatively quiet Magnitude exploit kit (EK) has been picking up some steam of late having been spotted on several online ad networks, according to a researcher at Malwarebytes.
Researchers at Cheetah Mobile Security Lab discovered Amazon has been selling third-party Android tablets pre-loaded with what they call a "dangerous" Trojan known at Cloudsota, likely the work of attackers in China.
Cyber-criminals have been trying to infect point of sale terminals in time for Christmas with a new strain of malware dubbed AbaddonPoS.
Researchers have spotted the POS malware dubbed "Cherry Picker" targeting the food and beverage industry.
Malwarebytes spotted malvertising on the Barclays Premier League official fantasy site that redirected users to Nuclear Exploit Kits that exploited Flash vulnerabilities.
Security researchers discovered that visitors to the Ammyy website in late October were being served up malware along with the Ammyy Admin Remote Desktop Software that would allow the Buhtrap gang to gain control of victims' computers.
Google and Apple have both removed the third-party Instagram app InstaAgent from their respective app stores that was busy stealing user passwords.
International Council for Women homepage compromised, legitimate Windows libraries used to construct attack
BleepingComputer.com's editor Lawrence Abrams is reporting that a new version of the Cryptowall ransomware has been released, and has released details of why it's more of a threat than ever before.
Researchers have identified a new strain of malicious adware that is impossible for affected Android device owners to uninstall.
More than 2,000 iOS apps stocked in Apple's legitimate App Store reportedly contained backdoored versions of an ad library, which could have allowed for surveillance without users' knowledge.
XcodeGhost has been spotted in U.S. enterprises along with a new variant that is designed to infect iOS 9 systems.
Skycure has announced results of its first Mobile Threat Intelligence Report which found a growth in threats to enterprise and personal mobile devices.
Kaspersky Lab's "IT Threat Evolution Report Q3 2015" discovered more than 323,000 malicious products in Q3 with reports of new malware varieties increasing by 10.8 percent since Q2 2015.
Malwarebytes is reporting that once again Adobe Flash Player has become a target as the recently patched zero-day exploit that was discovered and patched has become a part of several exploit kits (EK).