A PDF attack campaign conducted by the Cobalt Gang used a specially crafted document to evade dection by static analysis tools.
Researchers reported that threat actors are using web services such as Google Drive, SharePoint and Dropbox to host files containing malicious links as part of phishing campaigns.
Security researchers discovered a recent phishing scheme that took advantage of Hurricane Michael's impact to steal victims' email credentials across multiple services.
Researchers recently discovered that the number of victims of a unique backdoor developed by advanced threat group Turla is much higher than originally thought.
A new downloader dubbed AdvisorsBot has been observed sending highly targeted malicious emails to telecommunications and hospitality companies.
Latest Version of TrickBot Malware Uses Macro-Enabled Word Documents to Deliver New Stealth Code Injection
The latest version of TrickBot malware leverages malicious macros to deliver stealthy code injection, fool users and compromise computers.
A quarterly threat report revealed that malicious email attacks increased by 36 percent and delivered more diverse payloads in Q2 2018.
Forty Percent of Email Fraud Attacks Against US Businesses Resulted in an Employee’s Termination, Survey Reveals
Companies in the U.S. fired an employee after 40 percent of email fraud attacks that occurred over the past two years, a new survey revealed.
A new security intelligence report revealed that attackers are combining botnets, ransomware and phishing campaigns to create a triple threat that's hard to defeat and even harder to dislodge.
New Incident Response Study Reveals More Than Half of Attackers Use Social Engineering to Target Organizations
A new study on incident response revealed that more than half of external attackers use social engineering in targeted campaigns against organizations in various sectors.