Malware virus Trojan and spyware protection and removal
- March 02, 2011
Tatanarg combines a man-in-the-browser attack with the capability of detecting and disabling Zeus on an infected system.
- March 01, 2011
Security researchers have discovered a new mobile malware hidden in apps on unregulated third-party Android marketplaces.
- March 01, 2011
Security luminary Bruce Schneier said Stuxnet has introduced a new spate of public questions about covert operations carried out with malware and USB sticks, rather than warships and missiles.
- February 22, 2011
Security researchers at Trusteer warn that a new Trojan uses session ID tokens to keep banking sessions open long after customers think they have logged off.
- February 17, 2011
A panel at RSA 2011 explains the organization and methodology behind targeted persistent attacks and what organizations can do to detect and respond to APT.
- February 10, 2011
Using social engineering techniques and spear-phishing attacks, attackers are exploiting Windows flaws and using tools to steal sensitive proprietary data, including project-financing information.
- February 07, 2011
Attackers are becoming more skilled at harvesting the amount of bandwidth available and selecting specific targets, a new report finds.
- February 03, 2011
Researchers at security firm, Last Line of Defense, have discovered a cache of hundreds of thousands of stolen email credentials and FTP passwords.
- January 27, 2011
The upstream provider serving hosting provider Volgahost shut down uploads from its servers, effectively cutting off botnet command and control servers from giving any orders.
- January 25, 2011
Cybercriminals are resorting to new sales tactics to remain viable in an increasingly competitive environment, according to a new report.
- January 20, 2011
The FBI said attackers are emailing malicious job applications to businesses that contain malware that steals banking credentials and wire transfers stolen money to the Ukraine.
- December 08, 2010
The TDL4 rootkit, a variant of the Alureon rootkit, has been updated to target a zero-day vulnerability in the Windows Task Scheduler.
- December 03, 2010
A new variant of malware associated with the Zeus Trojan will double the work for those trying to block it
- December 02, 2010
The cybercriminals behind the Siberia Exploits Kit have given it an update, brining it in line with competitor toolkits by adding features to bypass antivirus.
- November 23, 2010
The start of the holiday season is ripe with SEO poisoning, third-party attack ads and spam messages touting deals that are too good to be true, according to security experts.