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.
IBM Trusteer recently uncovered a fake browser fraud scheme in Brazil that works to steal online banking credentials from unsuspecting victims.
IBM Security Trusteer has discovered a tool called KL-Remote that is helping cybercriminals in Brazil commit online banking fraud with a "virtual mugging."
Fraudsters in the Brazilian underground cybercrime market are offering Black Friday deals for other fraudsters who are looking to gear up for the holidays.
Fraudsters are utilizing multiple CPF fraud methods in Brazil to steal personally identifiable information from unsuspecting victims.
Consumers' home routers were recently under attack as hackers used the website of a Brazilian newspaper to target potential victims.
Researchers have discovered two additional variants of Boleto malware that operate quite differently from the previously discovered Eupuds malware.