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Security researchers from S21sec have published an analysis of the Sopelka botnet.
According to a recently released Trusteer report, a large U.S bank was hit by 20 different crimeware families.
Security researchers from Kaspersky have profiled a new SpyEye plugin known as flashcamcontrol.dll which takes control of the victim's webcam and microphone.
Security researchers from Trusteer have intercepted a ransomware variant being pushed using the Citadel crimeware platform.
First-quarter figures show that the Blackhole malware kit continues to be the most common tool used by hackers. Its crimeware-as-a-service business model could be with us for at least another year.
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According to researchers from Avast, the high trafficked Assassinscreedfrance.fr web site, has been serving ZeuS crimeware variants to its visitors for over 8 weeks.
Security researchers from "Stop Malvertising Spam & Scams", have intercepted a currently circulating malicious email campaign, that's impersonating GestPay
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Forget about Stuxnet, advanced persistent threats (APTs) and zero-day threats, says leading malware researcher Alex Kirk. Worry instead about everyday crimeware.
In a recent blog post, researchers from Commtouch have summarized their observation status, and pointed out that someone is actively building crimeware-friendly botnets.
Security researchers from Kaspersky Labs have spotted yet another SpyEye crimeware variant using Amazon's Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) for command and control purposes.
Researchers from Barracuda Labs have intercepted a currently spamvertised malware campaign serving the ZeuS crimeware.
A currently spamvertised malware campaign is brand-jacking Microsoft's Patch Tuesday for ZeuS crimeware serving purposes.
Researchers from RSA's FraudAction Research Lab are reporting on a recently discovered new module within the popular crimeware SpyEye.
A ZeuS crimeware variant known as ZeuS Mitmo, has began targeting the two-factor authentication solution offered by the Polish ING bank.
Which country hosts the majority of command and control servers used by the ZeuS crimeware? According to Trusteer, that's the United States. Here's what to consider.
RSA's FraudAction Research Lab is reporting that a crimeware targeting Brazilian banks, is using a popular social network as a command and control server. This isn't the first time that cybercriminals experiment with managed cloud platforms, or abuse of social networks for command and control purposes, and definitely not the last.
Malware Watch: Twitter password reset emails, IRS-themed crimeware, malicious PDFs, and fake YouTube pages
This week's Malware Watch reviews five currently spreading malware/scareware campaigns, including two recent cases of digital devices shipped with malware on their memory cards.
This week's Malware Watch features four campaigns, spamvertised fake Amazon orders, followed by ZeuS crimeware serving email campaign using "Adobe Security Update" as a theme, Adult content themed "Watch Video" campaign, and the "sexiest video ever" rogue Facebook application.
New report indicates that the combination of the ZeuS crimeware kit, and the tremendous increase of malicious PDFs seen in 2009, play a crucial role in the growth model of the cybercrime ecosystem.
In need of a good reason not to click on links found in spam or phishing emails? A currently ongoing Facebook phishing campaign is not only attempting to phish fresh Facebook accounting data, but is also serving client-side exploits.