A threat actor known as TA505 recently launched a phishing campaign that uses living-of-the-land binaries (LOLBins) to distribute a new backdoor malware.
Researchers spotted the operators of the Aggah campaign exploiting Bit.ly, BlogSpot and Pastebin to spread variants of the RevengeRAT malware in the Middle East, Asia, Europe and the U.S.
Digital attackers used more than a dozen web servers to host 10 malware families and distributed those threats using phishing emails.
A remote overlay malware that is attacking Latin American banks met its match in a solution built from behavioral biometrics, deep research, reverse engineering and finely tuned threat modeling.
A new report found that banking Trojans accounted for more than half of all malicious payloads observed in the fourth quarter of 2018.
The majority of financial cybercrime risks can be mitigated with continued user education and by placing the right controls on user devices to help protect against malware.
A new attack campaign is using Rich Text Format (RTF) files to distribute the Agent Tesla Trojan along with other malware.
Threat actors have taken a liking to IQY files, which are foreign to most users and appear benign to many spam filters.
A recent attack against a cryptocurrency exchange planted a Trojan that spread across both Windows and MacOS machines to steal information and digital coins, according to security researchers.
According to security researchers, a new modular remote access Trojan (RAT) is using several sophisticated techniques to fly under the radar of traditional detection solutions.