Webshells are dangerous in the hands of APT groups. According to IBM Managed Security Services (MSS), 95 percent of webshell attacks are written in PHP.
Users in the market for encryption software are generally astute when it comes to security. They’re unlikely to be duped by social engineering ploys. Ironically, this makes them valuable targets for cybercriminals. According to Kaspersky Lab...
Old copied-and-pasted code is enjoying a rejuvenation in the form of Patchwork, a malware that's making the most of its second chance.
Attackers are attempting to pull off their cybercrime exploits by targeting the human element in banks and other financial institutions.
Have you ever noticed that your company's cybersecurity system is very much like an immune system? They both strengthen your defenses against threats.
APT groups are growing bolder, adding more tools to their arsenals and expanding their target list. Here's what you should know about these major threats.
Threat sharing is getting more and more attention from security professionals to detect and quickly respond to security threats.
A new type of ransomware called Kofer poses a severe threat to Internet users on a global scale, but it's just the tip of the malware iceberg.
Two researchers at the CanSecWest conference showed how the LightEater malware could infect the BIOS in most hardware to take over systems and steal data.
Cybercriminals using similar lexical styles when establishing domains to phish from allow analysts to spot them via natural language processing techniques.