New Android ransomware is locking down mobile phones with fake FBI warnings for looking at adult content and demanding MoneyPak codes for release.
Two new ransomware threats have surfaced in the last week, one identified by Symantec and the other by Rackspace. How can companies protect their data?
Ransomware is one of the biggest cyberthreats organizations face today. In response, cryptographers are calling for reform to encryption practices.
Researchers say a new strain of ransomware called CrypVault is locking out computer users in a way that resembles antivirus software and demands payment.
When discussing the darknet, the focus has shifted from its use as infrastructure for malware communication to the hidden services it offers.
The FBI says ransomware is targeting consumers and businesses and spreading via pop-up windows on websites instead of just email spam.
Security researchers said a recently discovered strain of ransomware called OphionLocker uses some of the most advanced cryptography yet developed.
The Sony Pictures hack that was reported last week may now have spread from internal damage to data theft of intellectual property and more.
Several reports claim Sony Pictures Entertainment's internal network was attacked by cybercriminals making unspecified demands in exchange for stolen data.
A report from Bromium argues that backup technologies may be more effective in containing ransom malware threats than traditional antivirus software.