A new report from Dell SecureWorks' Counter Threat Unit (CTU) research team breaks down the biggest banking botnets from last year, and reveals that 900 financial institutions from around the globe have been targeted.
"Phishing attacks will continue to rise until it becomes more expensive for these cybercriminals to operate."
Researchers at Malwarebytes say that spammers are targeting Amazon account holders with emails carrying two different types of Trojan malware.
A new distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) bot called 'Trojan Ferret' has been discovered.
Experts are warning users to expect a steep rise in Bitcoin-themed malware attacks following discovery of a new virus called Bitcoin Alarm
A UK-specific banking Trojan is now able to spread via Skype.
A Trojan used in an attack that reportedly caused Israeli police to shut down headquarters computers last week has been examined by security company Trend Micro.
Over a thousand Virgin Media customers have been warned about being infected with the SpyEye Trojan.
Cybercriminals behind the Waledac botnet have begun using a New Year's-themed campaign to capture more victims, security experts warned on Thursday.
Cybercriminals are still making large sums of money by pushing spyware and pharmaceutical spam, but internet fraudsters will leverage banking Trojans and other web exploits, particularly on social networking sites, for far greater returns in the future, according to a new report from Cisco.
Most of the rise in cybercrime can be linked to data-stealing malware, and Trojans are the fastest growing category, according to a report released on Monday by Trend Micro.
A Trojan has reportedly been uncovered that is harvesting FTP login data of major corporations, including the Bank of America, BBC, Amazon, Cisco, Monster.com, Symantec and McAfee.
Virus researchers have spotted a new variant of a Mac trojan that attempts to change a victim computer's DNS settings.
A new threat dubbed "Nine-Ball" has compromised up to 40,000 legitimate websites, which are, in turn, infecting users with an information-stealing Trojan, according to security vendor Websense.
The top two threat families on Microsoft's detection and removal list this month are online game password stealers (PWS).
Users should be cautious of a new virus variant that leverages the old technique of file infection with the modern-day desire for financial gain, security researchers have warned.
Apple, whose market share is growing among computer users, is now recommending that consumers consider applying anti-virus protection to their machines.
A new spam campaign that tells the recipient that their baby has been kidnapped is in fact a vehicle for the computer virus Troj/Resex-Fam.
The most popular bait used by spammers is 'Angelina Jolie' - four times as popular as Barack Obama whose name falls behind in second place.
Prevx, an internet security company headquartered in Derby has discovered a new trojan designed to steal information from large banking institutions. Jacques Erasmus, director of malware research, told SCMagazineUS.com on Friday that the Limbo 2 trojan might be the most sophisticated trojan yet released.
Spammers are using fake information relating to Angelina Jolie to trick users into downloading and installing trojans.
Panda Security is warning email recipients that a series of messages purporting to come from package delivery company UPS may in fact harbour the Agent.JEN trojan.
A new trojan in the wild is infecting multimedia files on a victim's hard disk.
Two crimeservers containing half a gigabyte of stolen data have been discovered in Argentina and Malaysia; the data was likely being made available to the highest bidder
The security vendor's chief technology officer said today the company will withdraw from the popular VB100 anti-malware tests, launching a tirade against the testers' methodology
The security company has appointed senior executives from both Trend Micro and Symantec in order to bolster its marketing efforts
The security vendor is to offer a UTM appliance to the SME market after it reported sales up nearly a quarter year-on-year
Four members of Modi'in Ezrahi, an Israeli private investigation company have been found guilty of using spyware to steal information from businesses.