Protecting corporate credentials is becoming increasingly important as more high-profile breaches have compromised hundreds of millions of user accounts.
According to IBM Trusteer researchers, massively distributed Citadel malware is targeting nonfinancial petrochemical companies in the Middle East.
Citadel, a type of malware, can now persistently have remote control of devices, which is an advanced threat that can affect many victims.
Trusteer's security team has recently identified a new malware variant in a Russian cyber crime forum known as the i2Ninja malware.
According to the FBI, financial institutions should protect themselves against malware attacks that have been targeting employees for login credentials.
Tilon, a new type of malware, contains some behaviors identical to those exhibited by Silon and is known for its ability in avoiding detection.
Sometimes, credential theft isn't flagged by banks' typical risk engines and can only be detected by malware prevention tools such as Trusteer Pinpoint.
Trusteer recently discovered a man-in-the-mobile malware that steals banking information from unknowing Android users in Europe.
According to recent research on webinject trends, cyber criminals are now selling customized webinjects that are priced per feature.
Post-transaction fraud schemes take advantage of the fact that we often lose track of our spending during the holidays.