Tilon, a new type of malware, contains some behaviors identical to those exhibited by Silon and is known for its ability in avoiding detection.
Software firm Maplesoft recently incurred an email database breach. The attackers sent phishing emails containing the Zeus banking Trojan to customers.
IBM has identified a new scam that targets Facebook users, asking for donations to children's charities in order to steal financial data.
Sometimes, credential theft isn't flagged by banks' typical risk engines and can only be detected by malware prevention tools such as Trusteer Pinpoint.
A P2P variant of the Zeus platform is stealing users' debit card data by masquerading as popular service providers like Facebook and Gmail.
We recently uncovered a scam in an underground forum that shows how data obtained through phishing and malware attacks can be used to execute check fraud.
A remote-access Trojan available for sale on underground cyber crime forums attacks hotel PoS systems, stealing guests' payment information.
Our researchers have discovered a new configuration of the Ice IX malware that attacks Facebook users after they have logged in to their account.
Shylock, a type of financial malware, is on the rise because of its ability to avoid detection after it has infected systems.
Two cyber crime rings are selling login credentials in so-called "factory outlets" for social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and cPanel.