Researchers at Trend Micro have discovered how the hacker group OceanLotus, which is also known in cyber-security as APT 32, APT-C-00, SeaLotus, and Cobalt Kitty, is using a new backdoor to target MacOS computers.
Threat actors exploited the CVE-2017-10271 vulnerability which allows for remote code execution to deliver both a 64-bit variant and a 32-bit variant of an XMRig Monero miner, according to a 26 February blog post.
A new version of a familiar menace, AndroRAT, has emerged from out of the trash to exploit long forgotten vulnerabilities.
As Valentine's Day arrives, cyber-criminals have been looking to once again seize the opportunity to target lonely singles in romance schemes looking to persuade victims into downloading malware hidden in chat apps.
Trend Micro researchers notified Google that 36 malicious apps on Google Play are posing as security tools.
A new mobile malware family, dubbed GnatSpy, that may be a much more dangerous variant of the earlier VAMP malware, has been reported in the wild.
Federico Maggi told audience members at Blackhat that ransomware presents a new intervention in cyber-criminality
A new paper from Trend Micro has shown that outdated technologies are still being used in security-critical areas. Is this a step back for security in the places that its need most?
New research from security company Trend Micro shows ransomware victims are paying up, despite remaining defiant to fight it as much as possible.
Web hosting company HostSailor has threatened legal action against KrebsonSecurity for posting a story, based on a Trend Micro report, tying that web firm to a now defunct group known for nefarious web activities.
Trend Micro researchers spotted a new ransomware as a service (RaaS), dubbed Stampado, which may be indicative of ransomware market trends.
Changes in policy at information sharing database, VirusTotal, mean that those who don't put in will get nothing back, but some warn that this is merely the old guard of tech world muscling out the new players.
Google's mysterious project zero have shown that Trend Micro accidentally left a remote debugging tool in several of its products.
The reFUD.me malware services website has been taken down thanks to a joint effort between the National Crime Agency and Trend Micro.
The UK is a big target for cyber attack according to new research, but it's better prepared than most European countries.
Trend Micro and ClearSky published an updated report on Rocket Kitten, a state-sponsored group targeting Israeli and European organisations.