IBM X-Force researchers discovered a new malware called Client Maximus that contains advanced code written specifically to attack banks in Brazil.
IBM X-Force researchers discovered a malicious AV-disabling driver while investigating a financial malware campaign targeting Brazilian bank accounts.
The newest threat on Brazil's thriving online fraud scene is interactive phishing, which allows an attacker to steal a victim's personal data in real time.
The dust, waves and jubilation have settled on the sports festivities of this past summer. Since we’re in the business of cybersecurity, let’s reflect on one of the malicious activities that attempted to derail focus from this spirited...
Locky ransomware is using Brazil as a testing ground for some new extortion techniques, but it's not the first malware to wreak havoc in the country.
A new Zeus Trojan variant called Panda Banker that started targeting banks in Europe and North America early this year has spread to Brazil.
As the spotlight turns to Rio, cybercrime in Brazil continues to rise. In fact, the average cost of a data breach increased significantly in 2016.
Although Brazilian malware tends to be unsophisticated, cybercrime continues to thrive due to the general population's lack of security awareness.
The upcoming international sporting event in Rio de Janeiro provide an opportunity for cybercriminals to exploit the Brazilian threat landscape.
An old-school form of malware is taking off in Brazil, putting many of the country's Internet users at risk of serious financial fraud.