Many of the city of Baltimore's public services remain offline two weeks after the municipality fell victim to a ransomware attack.
Two years since the WannaCry attacks wreaked havoc around the world, researchers say hundreds of thousands of people are being targeted with the EternalBlue exploit on which it was based.
Researchers spotted a phishing campaign delivering a multi-feature, open-source remote administration tool known as Babylon RAT.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has determined that more than 100 U.S. businesses suffered Ryuk ransomware infections between August 2018 and mid-May 2019.
A 13-year-old security threat known as Dharma ransomware is spreading through a variety of distribution methods, leading to a 148 percent increase in detections over a two-month period.
Per X-Force IRIS, at least 22 percent of reported campaigns in April 2019 delivered macro malware. What methods can defenders leverage to help detect malicious macro activity?
In an operation crowned "unprecedented," Europol and the DOJ joined forces and successfully dismantled what was left of the GozNym cybercrime gang that attempted to steal well over $100 million.
Threat actors have launched a new malware campaign that uses an MitM attack to infect unsuspecting users with the Plead backdoor.
An advanced persistent threat (APT) group known as ScarCruft is now using malware to steal information off of Bluetooth devices.
Malicious actors are bundling a Trojan called Pirate Chick, which looks like a virtual private network (VPN) software tool, into adware to install malware on infected machines.