IBM X-Force discovered a new overlay RAT malware that exploits the AutoIt framework to evade antivirus detection while perpetrating bank fraud in Brazil.
They may not grab the most headlines, but injection attacks are the most common threats targeting organizational networks, according to IBM MSS data.
The Ursnif banking Trojan began targeting financial institutions in Japan during Q3 2017 and continues to operate in the region as we enter Q4.
Companies in Russia and Ukraine suffered a widespread attack known as Bad Rabbit that directed victims to a Dark Web site to pay for their stolen files.
An effective threat intelligence solution enables analysts to address, track and investigate advanced attacks such as WannaCry ransomware.
IBM X-Force Research discovered a new variant of Zberp that evades API threat detection tools using a code injection technique it borrowed from Carberp.
The cybergang operating the TrickBot banking Trojan were unusually active over the summer, launching new campaigns in Latin America and updating its code.
Cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin are becoming more popular, but that means cybercriminals are embracing the potential of cryptocurrency as well.
According to IBM X-Force, misconfigured cloud databases accounted for more than 71 percent of reported leaked records so far in 2017.
IBM Managed Security Services (MSS) detected a sixfold increase in attacks involving embedded CPU mining tools between January and August 2017.