IBM X-Force identified a new Trojan, dubbed IcedID, that uses advanced browser manipulation tactics to target financial institutions in the U.S. and U.K.
IBM X-Force Research discovered a new variant of Zberp that evades API threat detection tools using a code injection technique it borrowed from Carberp.
To protect students, parents and teachers from data theft, academic institutions must adopt comprehensive strategies to mitigate command injection attacks.
XSS is a prevalent web-based exploit in which threat actors inject malicious code into webpages to compromise data or facilitate phishing scams.
Amid a period of targetless activity, IBM X-Force researchers are wondering where the operators behind the Zeus Sphinx Trojan are planning to strike next.
Suppliers offering cybercrime-as-a-service on the Dark Web are helping organized groups achieve more effective bank fraud schemes.
IBM Security X-Force researchers have discovered instances of the Kronos banking Trojan and Zeus Sphinx malware being used by cybercriminals in the wild.
Researchers say it may be time to look beyond the RC4 algorithm to secure Web connections after they discovered an attack method called NOMORE.
Trusteer recently discovered a man-in-the-mobile malware that steals banking information from unknowing Android users in Europe.
A new Tatanga Trojan recently emerged, which uses a MitB attack to bypass mobile security in bank transactions. The scam is commiting fraud in Germany.