There are countless benefits to moving web infrastructure to support the HTTPS protocol, but it's not as simple as swapping one protocol for another.
Researchers discovered a new banking Trojan, TrickBot, that appears to borrow an uncommon webinjection technique from the infamous Dyre family of malware.
Cybercriminals use code hooking to intercept OS function calls to alter or augment their behavior. The technique is becoming more popular and dangerous.
SalesForce is warning its customers that they might have been targeted by the Dyre Trojan. Banking trojans are not just targeting financial organizations.
How do criminals continue to reach out to job seekers without raising the suspicion of employment websites?
With hundreds of millions of users, Twitter is one of the largest social networks, so it's no surprise that Twitter malware attacks are on the rise.
In the past several years both financial fraud and IBM Security Trusteer Rapport have made huge leaps in technology.
A firm can face a malware breach if its risk engine does not see every stage of an attack, as one bank recently discovered.
A new Universal-Man-in-the-Browser attack collects data submitted to all websites without the need for post-processing.
A new Tatanga attack uses MitB software to bypass chipTAN systems to steal user data. The attack creates instructions for a fake transaction.