Microsoft recently discovered a spam campaign spreading the notorious Trojan:Win32/Upatre downloader. Users are warned not to accept the wire transfer.
Web attacks struck 38 percent of all computer users this year, an overall rise of 1 billion from 2013, as cybercriminals become more focused on banks.
The Dyre Trojan has been involved in a series of phishing attacks against banks, raising concern that protecting against it is too difficult.
IBM Trusteer researchers have been observing a new variant of the Neverquest malware that is designed to bypass security products.
Researchers have discovered LusyPOS, an advanced form of POS malware, that may fetch up to $2,000 from cybercriminals who use it to steal customer data.
According to the FBI, businesses should watch out for a particularly destructive type of malware that is capable of wiping out data on infected systems.
The Sony Pictures hack that was reported last week may now have spread from internal damage to data theft of intellectual property and more.
According to US-CERT, phishing scams and malware are on the rise during the holiday season, and consumers must keep an eye out for warning signs.
Several reports claim Sony Pictures Entertainment's internal network was attacked by cybercriminals making unspecified demands in exchange for stolen data.
Researchers say a botnet-for-rent known as NotCompatible has been improved and is becoming one of the worst mobile malware threats to target Android.