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Banking Trojan found replacing malicious threats with free anti-virus software

Dridex, a banking Trojan that has affected thousands of organizations across 27 countries globally, has been given an interesting update. Read more about 'Banking Trojan found replacing malicious threats with free anti-virus software'...

10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #4

#4: Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) Read more about '10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #4'...

Cross-platform backdoor DropboxCache found affecting Linux and Windows machines

Security researchers have discovered a cross-platform backdoor by name of DropboxCache. Initially detected in Linux systems, it has spread to Windows machines as well. Read more about 'Cross-platform backdoor DropboxCache found affecting Linux and Windows machines'...

10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #5

#5: Two Factor Authentication (2FA) Read more about '10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #5'...

Latest iteration of Tinba Trojan found targeting banks in Singapore

Tinba, short for Tinybanker, is a banking Trojan that was first spotted in the wild in mid-2012. Read more about 'Latest iteration of Tinba Trojan found targeting banks in Singapore'...

10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #6

#6. Sandboxing Read more about '10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #6'...

Ransom32: first of its kind ransomware

A new and unique form of ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) has been discovered infecting Windows machines with the capability to infect other operating systems as well. Read more about 'Ransom32: first of its kind ransomware'...

User data vulnerable in auto-installed AVG Chrome extension

A force-installed Chrome extension by name of AVG Web TuneUp has been discovered to contain a serious flaw capable of exposing users’ browsing history, cookies and personal data. Read more about 'User data vulnerable in auto-installed AVG Chrome extension'...

10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #7

#7: Internal segmentation firewall (ISFW) Read more about '10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #7'...

Leaked database holds registration records of 191 million US voters

A white hat hacker has discovered a database containing personal information of 191 million registered American voters dating back to 2000. Read more about 'Leaked database holds registration records of 191 million US voters'...

10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #8

#8: Layer 7 – Next generation Firewall (NGFW) with IPS & application control Read more about '10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #8'...

Landry's Restaurants Card Breach?

Landry’s, Inc. is the latest company found to suffer from a recent credit card breach. The hospitality firm owns and operates more than 500 properties, including restaurants Bubba Gump, Morton’s... Read more about 'Landry's Restaurants Card Breach?'...

10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #9

#9: Web Application Firewall (WAF) Read more about '10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #9'...

New PoS malware found ruining victim’s holidays

Just in time for the holiday season, another brand of Point of Sale (PoS) malware has been discovered. Read more about 'New PoS malware found ruining victim’s holidays'...

10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #10

#10: SSL Inspection Read more about '10 Things You Aren’t Doing to Protect Your Network: #10'...

Latentbot discovered after years of infecting PCs

A Remote Access Trojan (RAT), Latentbot is able to steal passwords, record keystrokes, transfer files and enable microphones or webcams of the infected computer. Read more about 'Latentbot discovered after years of infecting PCs'...

Stealthy malware Hammertoss mimics user’s behavior

A malware backdoor by name of Hammertoss has been found using Twitter and its hashtags, GitHub and other cloud services to relay commands and extract data from its victims. Read more about 'Stealthy malware Hammertoss mimics user’s behavior'...

Nemesis bootkit targets financial services

Nemesis, a new malware suite, has been discovered targeting banks, payment card processors and other financial services. Read more about 'Nemesis bootkit targets financial services'...

Rootnik Trojan affecting out-of-date Android devices

Android devices running 4.3 and older are vulnerable to a new Trojan by the name of Rootnik. Read more about 'Rootnik Trojan affecting out-of-date Android devices'...

The Kelihos Botnet

Discovery Read more about 'The Kelihos Botnet'...

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