According to the FBI, financial institutions should protect themselves against malware attacks that have been targeting employees for login credentials.
A sophisticated man-in-the-browser (MitB) enterprise attack has been found to target users on virtual private networks at a major international airport.
Software firm Maplesoft recently incurred an email database breach. The attackers sent phishing emails containing the Zeus banking Trojan to customers.
According to recent research on webinject trends, cyber criminals are now selling customized webinjects that are priced per feature.
According to Trusteer researchers, the Citadel platform is being used by a new type of malware called Reveton to deliver code ransom.
A remote-access Trojan available for sale on underground cyber crime forums attacks hotel PoS systems, stealing guests' payment information.
Social engineering plays an extremely significant role in the success of phishing attacks. Users must be able to identify malicious messages.
A new configuration of the Carberp Trojan targets Facebook users, committing financial fraud by asking them for e-cash to unlock their account.
Post-transaction fraud schemes take advantage of the fact that we often lose track of our spending during the holidays.
In order to get safe online, bank site users must remain vigilant offline. That means questioning callers posing as banks who request personal information.