Malware virus Trojan and spyware protection and removal
- 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.
- November 03, 2011
A full-blown Duqu zero-day patch won’t be ready for the November 2011 Patch Tuesday release, but experts say enterprises should be ready to deploy it quickly.
- November 02, 2011
The newly discovered installer has yielded information on how systems are infected, prompting new guidance on ways to bolster defenses.
- October 27, 2011
Despite striking similarities in the Duqu kernel driver, the ultimate payloads of Duqu and Stuxnet are significantly different and unrelated, according to a report from Dell SecureWorks researchers.
- October 18, 2011
Symantec researchers said an early analysis of Duqu has found that it could be a precursor to a future Stuxnet-like attack.
- October 17, 2011
A Microsoft analysis found malware targeting zero-day flaws making up only 0.12% of all exploit activity in the first half of 2011, but firms that lack zero-day defenses could be the next target.
- October 06, 2011
Trend Micro Inc. has uncovered a new Android malware variant that uses a blog site with encrypted content as its command-and-control server and disguises itself as an e-book reader app.
- September 27, 2011
Visitors to MySQL.com were treated to theBlackHole exploit kit which quietly served malware to Windows users.
- September 21, 2011
In addition to bank fraud, the Russian cybercriminal also stole credentials from users of Facebook, Yahoo, Google, eBay, Amazon, Twitter, PayPal and Skype.
- September 20, 2011
A top NSA cybersecurity official says the growing cybersecurity threat landscape requires that good guys think like attackers.