Though dubbed the most successful malware in history Cryptowall can be stopped
Tempting collection of free Christmas images lures 60,000 users into Angler exploit kit sleigh ride. Destination: CryptoWall 4.0.
The latest In Case You Missed It (ICYMI) looks at compromised Cert.D, Russians in largest breach, vulnerable home automation, Bitcoin bounty on DDoS, CryptoWall 4.0 deliverd via Nuke EK.
CryptoWall 4.0 has been spotted being distributed not by the classical phishing campaign but by the ever-more prevalent exploit kit.
Since other malware types have a presence that is immediately noticeable, ransomware is said to be the first problem child piece of malware.
Researchers at Invincea report that banking trojans delivered by weaponised Office documents were the top attack vector for the month of October.
After the release of the bigger, badder version of Cryptowall, Romanian security company Bitdefender has come out with a vaccine
The growing threat posed by ransomware and the possibility that cyber-criminals will graduate from extorting end users to large corporations topped the worry list of IBM's X-Force threat team in its Q3 threat intelligence report.
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