Malware virus Trojan and spyware protection and removal
- February 29, 2012
Security vendor FireEye announced File MPS, a new addition to their existing malware protection platform, at the RSA Conference 2012.
- January 31, 2012
The banking Trojan variant Cridex can break CAPTCHA tests in just a few attempts, allowing it to create malicious email accounts used for spamming and propagating the virus.
- January 30, 2012
Security firm M86 Security has discovered hundreds of WordPress websites compromised by Phoenix.
- January 27, 2012
Malicious webpages masquerading as browser updates are being used by attackers as launch pads for Trojan viruses and exploit kits.
- January 25, 2012
Microsoft has named a Russian programmer as the one who wrote the malicious Kelihos code used to create a small botnet that peddled spam and child pornography.
- January 24, 2012
The Black Hole crimeware kit has caused drive-by attacks to surge, according to the Sophos 2012 threat report.
- January 19, 2012
Attackers seize on the trust victim’s have in the social network by setting up a tricky man-in-the-browser attack and demanding $25 in cash.
- January 12, 2012
Phony Android application checks for running Carrier IQ software, but then sends SMS messages to a premium rate number.
- January 05, 2012
Researchers at security firm Seculert have discovered a cache of 45,000 Facebook login credentials tied to the Ramnit worm.
- January 04, 2012
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab tie the Stuxnet worm and its sister Duqu Trojan to the Tilded platform, which helped the malware evade detection by traditional security software.
- December 30, 2011
Malware toolkits are being programmed with attacks that make the most business sense, say security experts. Automated toolkit users will have new capabilities to target specific groups and organizations.
- December 02, 2011
Analysis of the command-and-control server network connected to the Duqu Trojan found hackers worked fast to wipe any data that could be traced to a source.
- November 29, 2011
Like previous Facebook worms, the new malware uses stolen credentials to log into accounts and spam contacts.
- November 09, 2011
Six Estonians were arrested Tuesday as part of the largest botnet takedown ever. The DNS Changer botnet aided a $14 million click-fraud scheme.
- November 08, 2011
Palo Alto Networks' data indicates polymorphic malware remains a favorite tool for attackers trying to avoid detection by signature-based antivirus software.