According to security researchers, a new modular remote access Trojan (RAT) is using several sophisticated techniques to fly under the radar of traditional detection solutions.
According to a recent threat advisory, cybercriminals have combined a new encrypted downloader with old-school macro malware to gain backdoor access to victims' machines.
Security researchers observed a spam campaign that leverages PowerShell's AutoClose feature to deliver a banking Trojan while eluding sandbox detection.
Security researchers discovered a new malware attack that exploits Dynamic Data Exchange, an outdated Office feature, to infect corporate devices.
Jaff ransomware is a new variant from the authors of Locky. It works in a similar manner, but is much more expensive for its victims.
The increasing sophistication of cybercriminals has led to a significant surge in zero-day malware, according to a recent report.
New brands of macro malware are doubling down on Windows and MacOS operating systems. Here's a look at the newest Word-based attack.
The August malware, a new Trojan recently discovered by Proofpoint, uses macros and Powershell to target customer service employees at retail companies.
Malicious macros used in phishing emails can load fileless malware, which goes into a machine's program memory and can wreak havoc.
Macro malware is making a comeback in the form of malicious email attachments. How do companies avoid the curse of bad Word docs?