The Duqu 2.0 malware tool used in the recent attack on security vendor Kaspersky Lab shows a level of sophistication rarely seen in modern malware.
While it may be just one form of malware currently plaguing Linux systems, the BillGates botnet has recently increased its activity.
The new MalumPOS malware targets the hospitality sector and any companies running Oracle MICROS, stealing customer credit card data through POS systems.
Researchers identified a new version of the Tinba malware as one that is targeting European banks, and this tiny Trojan is doing major damage.
A PandaLabs report showed 20 million new malware samples hit the market in recent months, and the global infection rate of PCs is at nearly 40 percent.
A report from Malwarebytes suggests malvertising is on the rise, aiming at Flash Player and giving cybercriminals good results at a relatively low cost.
Locker Ransomware author apologizes and decrypts files for free, but is there more to this story than just a compassionate criminal showing remorse?
The intricacies of kernel-based malware make it difficult for security teams to identify potential problems, but the task is not impossible.
Outside attackers can be harmful to an organization, but a significant number of data breaches involve either malicious or inadvertent insider threats.
Free malware analysis sandboxes can be used as a means of enhancing cybersecurity without a major drain on time, money and other resources.