According to the most recent Proofpoint threat report, nearly 97 percent of malicious emails observed in Q3 2016 contained Locky ransomware.
The DXXD ransomware, first observed in September, made a strong return to the malware scene with a different encryption method and some new threats. According to Bleeping Computer, the previous version of the ransomware had been effectively skunked...
The Department of Justice estimated that 4,000 ransomware attacks will occur every day this year, a 300 percent jump compared to 2015, according to Forbes. But the overall number of attacks does not tell the whole story. Even though certain...
Instead of sending phishing emails to millions of random users, the Dridex malware infection is now targeting a smaller number of large financial services.
Locky ransomware is using Brazil as a testing ground for some new extortion techniques, but it's not the first malware to wreak havoc in the country.
Zepto is a new ransomware that's following in Locky's footsteps, but it is adding a large dose of fear as it wreaks havoc on users.
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.
Security researchers noticed a suspicious shutdown of the Necurs botnet, which is causing some disruption in Dridex and Locky campaigns.
Crysis ransomware snuck up on security researchers to become one of the most popular threats attacking organizations with old-school techniques.
A white-hat hacker managed to take some bite out of the malicious Locky ransomware. Are other advanced threats the next target?