The Dyre Trojan is a great example of a threat that combines sophisticated tactics with an impressive strategy, resulting in a worthy cyber opponent.
Ransomware has worked for cybercriminals for many years, and it continues to be a valuable tool in their arsenal as it evolves to suit the times.
A brand -ew advanced banking Trojan discovered in the wild has been named Shifu by IBM Security X-Force, after the Japanese word for thief.
Developers of the Dyre malware are keeping a close eye on security, making several changes to the file configuration to avoid detection.
A security researcher says Bartalex malware may also contain the Dyre malware as well as the Pony loader, spreading malicious programs.
Una nueva configuración del Troyano Dyre persigue a 17 bancos españoles ¿Qué hay de nuevo? Al mismo tiempo que los europeos se dirigen a las playas españolas este verano, los cibercriminales que están detrás del exitoso malware Dyre no se...
The IBM X-Force Security Research team has discovered some interesting new information involving the Dyre Trojan, which is now targeting Spanish banks.
A researcher recently found formats that save Web pages are being used to create malicious macros in spam to distribute malware to unsuspecting users.
A new Dyre malware campaign, branded "The Dyre Wolf" by IBM Security researchers, has successfully stolen more than $1 million from targeted organizations.
A new variant of the Dyre Trojan, a type of massively distributed malware, is being used to attack victims using Microsoft Outlook in APT-style attacks.