In making its announcement on Monday of the shutdown of Avalanche, the US Department of Justice said it turned the tables on the criminals, "by targeting not just individual actors, but the entire Avalanche infrastructure."
A recently discovered exploit kit called Stegano is infecting select machines via malicious banner ads that, by conservative estimates, have been delivered to over a million users in just the last two months.
Shamoon wiper malware has been spotted for the first time in four years, according to Palo Alto and Symantec
Criminals used a remote access trojan with keylogging capabilities rather than traditional point-of-sale malware.
YouTube appears to be the latest host of cybercrime advertising, as researchers unveil that they've found criminals advertising phishing kits on the video hosting site.
Headphones plugged into a computer's audio output jack can be converted into a microphone that secretly records nearby conversations by modifying the device's software via malware, according to a new research report.
The old adage that crime does not pay is not only applicable those cyber-criminals who are caught, but also to many of the victims of the Gatak Trojan who download it while attempting to gain access to pirated software.
Kasey Cross discusses the importance of having the ability to see active attackers on your network at work
Comodo Threat Research Labs has recently detected the "Gugi/Fanta/Lime" family of financial malware within the Russian economic sector.
Cyber-security firm Group IB has released a report on a group currently ransacking ATMs throughout Europe using malware which causes ATMs to spit out cash.
Some NHS trusts were spending as much as £100,000 a year on cyber-security in 2015 while others were spending nothing, according to figures collated by Sky News.
Verint details discovery of SpamTorte 2.0, an Advanced multi-layered spambot campaign which they said is "back with a vengeance".
A recent study detected more than 600 cloud repositories hosting malware and other malicious activities on major cloud platforms.
Kaspersky Lab researchers Anton Ivanov and Fedor Sinitsyn spotted what they are calling the first encryption malware to exploit the Telegram protocol.
Experts at Kaspersky Lab now understand how the mobile banking trojan Svpeng has been able to automatically download itself via malvertising ads while bypassing Google Chrome browser permissions.
Security researchers discovered an upgraded version of the Gootkit bot targeting clients of European banks.
Threat actors have been discovered trying to infect security-minded individuals with a trojan downloader by sending spear-phishing emails that offer free invitations to Palo Alto Networks' Cyber-Security Summit in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Just in time for a Halloween spook, the top five scariest malware families have been identified.
Researchers spotted a variant of malware campaign dubbed "CloudFanta" which may have been used to steal 26,000 email credentials
According to John Matherly - internet cartographer, security gadfly and founder of IoT-search engine Shodan - the internet of connected things is very much here to stay.
Erwin Kooi, information security architect spoke at 4SICS 2016 and shared his thoughts on digitising Alliander's electricity service, while making sure it stays secure.
Robert M. Lee, CEO of Dragos Inc., says that not enough information sharing happens in ICS industry, because of this the threats to ICSs are largely unknown.
An international team of researchers have developed an exploit to "root" access Android phones made by LG, Samsung and Motorola using Rowhammer hardware attacks.
The GM Bot mobile banking malware has been revamped to deploy on Android 6 devices effectively bypassing the security put in place on the operating system.
Cyber-criminals use VoIP services to infect gamers with malware
As Election Day approaches, researchers have detected a marked uptick in malicious cyber campaigns that seek to capitalize on the highly contentious 2016 race for president.
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