With mobile malware becoming an increasing risk, it is important to be educated about the risks and how to protect your mobile device. Check out this helpful infographic created by Bullguard that explains the current state of mobile malware.
Recently, we came across an interesting SpyEye build. It uses well-known spying capabilities of SpyEye like a form grabber, a screenshot sender and an RDP server which allows the criminals to fully remote control the victim’s computer.
Classic phishing attacks are used to direct users to rigged Facebook pages that harbor the SpyEye banking Trojan, a long-lived and very effective information stealer that infects Web browsers to hijack online banking sessions.
We are getting reports of a Facebook Spoof that includes various malware attacks. The email is being sent from “Raines”. The Spoof pretends to be coming from Facebook and informs the users to reactivate their account. Right!
Using layered security, automatic engines and a 24/7 operation center, Versafe efficiently detects computers and smartphones infected with Trojans, attempting to gain access to the organization’s servers.
While “cyber* operations” are becoming an increasing focus of both government and private research, legal frameworks are failing to keep pace, the US Army Cyber Command operational attorney Robert Clark has told the AusCERT security conference in Queensland.
Malware writers have used Crossrider, a cross-browser extension development framework, to build a click-fraud worm that spreads on Facebook, security researchers from antivirus firm Kaspersky Lab said on Monday.
It’s not uncommon for us to find shady websites that replicate legitimate sites like the BBC, or Channel 5 News in an attempt to advertise fake work-from-home jobs. However, it’s somewhat unusual to find such sites that bring something extra, such as the Blackhole exploit kit and a nasty Trojan.
For the last few weeks many corporate security teams and CISO’s have been facing the same frustrated, self-induced, Homer Simpson “doh!” experience in face of the Apple Mac Flashback malware outbreaks.
Researchers at Trusteer have recently observed a new strategy being deployed by the Tatanga Trojan, which uses multiple attack methods in a single scheme. The attack mixes traditional social engineering with browser hijacking in an attempt to fool the victim into legitimately approving wire transfers.
When your data goes mobile, your risk goes up. Today's most serious security threats blend email and web attacks to snag sensitive data. When you add mobile devices with cloud-based apps and free access to social sites, security risks skyrocket.
Malware hidden in Android apps is a serious problem raising questions against the credibility of apps that are available for download on the internet. Only a few weeks back, the fake Angry Birds Space game was the center of attention and now this fake Instagram app is making news.
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