Two years since the WannaCry attacks wreaked havoc around the world, researchers say hundreds of thousands of people are being targeted with the EternalBlue exploit on which it was based.
At least $41 million has been stolen after hackers compromised security at the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange. Here's what you need to know about the Binance hack.
In the fist quarter of 2019, cryptocurrency theft has already reached 70 percent of what cybercriminals stole during all of last year.
A DDoS botnet targeting servers used by the Electrum bitcoin wallet reached 152,000 infected hosts at the end of April.
A cryptomining malware campaign originally discovered in January is now using the EternalBlue exploit to target users in Asia, according to security researchers.
X-Force researchers observed attackers targeting multinational corporations in various sectors using malicious scripts to automate attacks on misconfigured servers.
X-Force data revealed that while browser-based cryptojacking was increasingly popular through most of 2018, cryptomining malware made a resurgence at the end of 2018 and into Q1 2019.
Mobile malware is nothing new. But in recent months, attackers have been getting more creative and resourceful with how they conceal, distribute and deploy these threats.
Chris Thomas, X-Force Red's blockchain security expert, has always had an interest in understanding how technologies are built and operated.
Security researchers warn that the cybercriminals behind the TrickBot and BokBot banking Trojans are now collaborating to perform man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks.