Cryptocurrency miners basically do what they do with little fanfare or attempts at obfuscation, but one group of miners has been seen using a technique that allows the malware to make injections to 64-bit processes from 32-bit loaders.
Malwarebytes researcher Jerome Segura analysed a RIG exploit campaign distributing malware coin miners delivered via drive-by download attacks from malvertising.
A firmware code created by a Chinese company called Adups has been found to be collecting vasts amount of user information and sending it to servers located in China according to US cyber-security firm Kryptowire.
A new drive-by cryptominer is using a unique technique which allows malicious site owners and threat actors to keep mining Monero even after closing their browser windows.
The Shadowgate malware campaign has been halted by security firm Talos and hosting company GoDaddy
Malwarebytes researchers spotted a SMS scam in the UK targeting parents and adults who know someone by the name Sarah.
Attackers have taken it back some ways by using old tactics to pull off new scams
A scammer syndicate has been caught impersonating the services of cyber-security companies and charging high fees for doing very little.
An amateurish ransomware known as DMA Locker could crash while encrypting files, leaving users confused as to why their machines aren't operational.
Google's advertising service vulnerable to cyber-crooks
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted an email phishing scam on Wednesday that targets Amazon users in the UK.