Why are travel companies increasingly targeted in cyberattacks? Valuable data and customer hospitality demands make the travel and transportation industry especially tempting to cybercriminals.
IBM X-Force researchers detected, reverse engineered, reconstructed and simulated a Delphi-based Brazilian remote access Trojan.
Black Hat USA is expected to attract more than 19,000 security professionals this year, from roughly 90 countries. According to data provided by the conference, 76% of attendees influence security solution selection at their organizations and 66% of...
IBM X-Force researchers discovered, reverse engineered and reconstructed AVLay, a remote access Trojan that mixes DLL hijacking with a legitimate executable borrowed from various antivirus programs.
X-Force researchers discovered a new remote access Trojan variant that mixes Dynamic Link Library (DLL) hijacking with a legitimate executable borrowed from various antivirus programs.
IBM X-Force discovered a zero-day remote code execution vulnerability in TP-Link Wi-Fi extenders that could enable an attacker to command a device.
The IBM X-Force IRIS team practices a method called dual verification in the cyber range to help overcome confirmation bias.
After nine months of tracking the cyber operations of threat group ITG07, IBM X-Force identified new Chafer-associated malware targeting companies within the travel and transportation industry.
A social media post from one of a company's interns was all this people hacker needed to enter a secure area with a counterfeit employee badge.
IBM X-Force researchers report an increase in HawkEye v9 keylogger infection campaigns targeting businesses around the world.