Jaff ransomware is a new variant from the authors of Locky. It works in a similar manner, but is much more expensive for its victims.
IBM X-Force researchers recently observed a massive drop in Neverquest malware campaigns. Is it the end of an era for this Trojan?
Since its initial launch five years ago, the Necurs botnet has quickly ascended the cybercriminal ranks. Today, it controls more than 6 million endpoints.
IBM X-Force researchers discovered that an upgraded version of Dridex has been using a new injection method, signifying the Trojan's continued evolution.
Researchers detected a wave of phishing attacks in the U.K. delivering malware that shares code with the infamous Dridex banking Trojan.
The cybergang behind the TrickBot Trojan has moved into Singapore, targeting the many multinational corporations that operate in the region.
Like a child hiding candy from thieving, sweet-toothed siblings, Dridex uses clever tricks to keep secrets regarding its malicious code from researchers.
IBM X-Force Research reported that Dridex recently conducted attacks in unlikely areas, such as Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Ukraine.
Instead of sending phishing emails to millions of random users, the Dridex malware infection is now targeting a smaller number of large financial services.
Just a few weeks after the Necurs botnet was shut down for an unknown reason, the threat has made a comeback and is back in operation.