The cybergang known as the Shadow Brokers is allegedly peddling a new zero-day Windows exploit. Is the threat credible enough to warrant blocking SMB?
In the past few months, researchers have observed large-scale DDoS attacks that leverage vulnerable IoT devices to create massive botnets.
Cisco recently disclosed a critical vulnerability in its software. According to the advisory, no workaround is currently available to resolve the issue.
IBM BigFix has a fixlet available for corporate users looking to uninstall QuickTime for Windows, which was found to have serious vulnerabilities.
QuickTime for Windows will soon be unsupported, and security researchers have identified at least two zero-day vulnerabilities that will not be patched.
A collaborative effort from law enforcement, tech vendors and security agencies took down a Dorkbot botnet that was more than 1 million computers strong.
Security companies said the Dridex Trojan may still be attacking potential victims in the U.K. despite a recent arrest and attempts to shut it down.
Standards and specifications make threat intelligence sharing a more manageable and organized act, although competing standards may still muddy the waters.
Social media-related scams including clickjacking, doxing and pharming are noticeably on the rise, based on the recent IC3 Internet Crime Report.
Authorities say Nepal earthquake email scams could be directing users to phishing sites that contain malware under the guise of giving to charity.