A new Zeus trojan variant is targeting a number of banks in Canada, including Bank of Montreal, Royal Bank of Canada, and National Bank of Canada.
Security firm Symantec found a backdoor, called Winnti, on a computer also infected with Skeleton Key.
The Federal Trade Commission has prohibited a revenge porn site operator from sharing nude photos, using deceptive tactics and revealing personal information.
Hundreds of computers belonging to University of Florida students and faculty were infected with Upatre and Dyre in a multistage attack.
A U.S. district judge has decided to permanently end the advertising, marketing and sales tied to the spyware application.
The Chinese government will begin requiring companies who sell computer equipment to the country's banks to comply with a range of intrusive policies.
The source code sharing website will up its maximum payout from $5,000 to $10,000 in its bug bounty program's second year.
In an attempt to put the issue to rest, the agency warned businesses against blocking guests' personal hotspots.
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A former employee and contracted chiropractor accessed and removed their personal information from the clinic, and promptly resigned after.
French Lick Resort announced on Tuesday that malware had infected its payment card system, and guests may have had their personal information compromised.
California Pacific Medical Center is notifying 844 patients that a former pharmacist employee may have accessed their records without a business or treatment purpose.
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SC Magazine Articles
- Zeus variant targeting Candian banks, U.S. banks may also be a target
- Winnti trojan may help set stage for Skeleton Key attacks, analysts say
- FTC settles with revenge porn site operator
- Upatre, Dyre used in Univ. of Florida attack
- Wisconsin chiropractic clinic notifies 3,000 patients of insider breach