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"Paunch," the believed author of the BlackHole exploit kit, is currently being prosecuted, Russian authorities say.
Reveton ransomware has already moved from BlackHole, and is being distributed through exploits in the WhiteHole kit.
Spam campaigns are sending out spurious emails purported to be from Facebook, LinkedIn, American Airlines and financial institutions, McAfee researchers found.
Cutwail, the world's largest spam botnet, is often used to distribute financial malware like Gameover Zeus.
According to security firms Websense and Kaspersky Lab, online vandals wasted little time in capitalizing on the occasion by spreading malicious spam.
Victims were redirected to sites hosting the Magnitude exploit kit, which installs malware on computers running vulnerable Java software.
Over the last two months, attackers have opted to spread the malware via the Neutrino exploit kit, researchers found.
Adobe breach affects 38 million, UK man indicted for hack of U.S. Army network, NIST debuts new cyber security framework, and other news.
Client-side, web-based threats are beginning to overtake malware mainstays such as Conficker, according to a Microsoft report.
As expected, the web's unscrupulous element is taking advantage of the attention surrounding the Boston Marathon bombings to spread malware and trick people into donating to fake causes.
Thanks to willing accomplices and easy-to-use technology, the threat from linked computers is expanding, reports Karen Epper Hoffman.
Spamhaus seems to be shrouded in mystery, and rightly so. There is a lot of misinformation out there regarding the service. But, there's one thing I'd like to clear up. Hint: It's all about the approval.