After being spurned by his cybercriminal peers on underground forums, the creator of NukeBot apparently leaked the banking Trojan's source code.
Global cybercrime actors test their malware in small settings before launching internationally, leaving trails of clues to tip off astute security teams.
A new version of Petya ransomware, called PetrWrap, has been spotted by security researchers. This Trojan leverages old tricks to make fast money.
A zero-day vulnerability can be absolutely catastrophic for an organization. Zero-day exploits remain popular and widely available on Dark Web forums.
Cybercriminals are steeped in a culture of trading malicious tools. This Dark Web marketplace drives the evolution of the cyberthreat landscape.
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.
With threats coming from all sides, it's easy for IT professionals to forget that cybercrime can take many unsophisticated forms.
The top three cybercrime threats of 2016 shed some light on what happened in the past 12 months — and what to expect in the year ahead.
Cybercrime gangs continued to target the financial services sector during the second half of 2016 with a variety of high-profile attacks.