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.
Fraudsters are utilizing multiple CPF fraud methods in Brazil to steal personally identifiable information from unsuspecting victims.
According to IBM Trusteer researchers, there is a new type of Citadel malware that is compromising password management and authentication solutions.
The United States continues to host more malware and botnets than Russia, China and any other country, according to a recent X-Force report.
The Shellshock vulnerability has spawned a new wave of attacks using Bashlite, a malware variant aimed at devices using BusyBox open-source software.
New, low-cost malware tools such as Predator Pain and Limitless pose a growing threat to small and midsize businesses (SMBs), according to Trend Micro.
A malicious hacking crew, possibly based out of South Korea, has been quietly stealing data from high-level hotel guests with the Darkhotel malware.
The so-called Masque attack lures iPhone users to update their favorite apps, then replaces those apps with identical but malicious imitators.