Check Point found that the Conficker malware accounts for 14 percent of recognized attacks today, making it the top cyberthreat for the month of May.
The fifth version of Tinba, dubbed Tinbapore, is using a variety of tricks to take advantage of banks and financial institutions in Singapore.
The Tinba Trojan was recently spotted targeting major banks in Singapore, continuing its trend of attacking new locations across the globe.
IBM X-Force researchers have discovered a new variant of the Tinba malware, which is specifically designed to target banks in Romania.
Researchers identified a new version of the Tinba malware as one that is targeting European banks, and this tiny Trojan is doing major damage.
Security researchers found that the Tinba malware is no longer relying on its small size as the only way to avoid detection from sandbox technology.
The following is a look into how authentication risk engines are designed and the root cause for their failure in detecting today's cybercriminals.
IBM Security Trusteer researchers recently discovered a new Tinba variant exhibiting new, exciting features and making waves in an active malware campaign.
Malware authors have created variants to monitor Web sessions between a customer and their bank in order to change data in real time and steal information.