IBM Trusteer recently uncovered a fake browser fraud scheme in Brazil that works to steal online banking credentials from unsuspecting victims.
Security researchers say cybercriminals are using the #JeSuisCharlie hashtag's popularity to distribute the DarkComet malware to unsuspecting victims.
Organizations that only use single-factor authentication for Microsoft Active Directory access could fall victim to the Skeleton Key malware.
Experts say cybercriminals are using a popular online repository called Pastebin to act as a remote server for hosting malware aimed at WordPress users.
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.