The malware hits keep coming. Just as the defenses there are new attacks via spyware, adware, viruses and worms. Keep current with the latest threats, which are increasingly creative.
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Since May, security firm Sucuri has discovered critical WordPress plugin vulnerabilities affecting four plugins that have nearly 20 million downloads.
Security firm Malwarebytes has secured $30 million in Series A funding from Highland Capital Partners.
New strains of the malevolent Zeus malware have been discovered using the Windows 'PIF' file extension to steal information from compromised computer systems.
RSA researchers uncovered a massive botnet fraud operation that has reaped nearly $4 billion through man-in-the-browser attacks that seamlessly intercept payment of Boletos -- Brazil's version of a money order.
The exploit attempt targeted the Visual Basic Scripting for Applications feature in Microsoft Word.
We're all used to crapware subsidizing Windows PCs. Now firmware-based spyware is subsidizing Android phones. Here's what to look for.
IBM said the feature is unique to Trusteer, its endpoint protection software that guards against advanced malware attacks.
After several major security breaches, is there's another way to do things?
Better security in software has forced attackers to rely more on deceptive practices, tricking people rather than software, according to Microsoft's latest Security Intelligence Report.
A recent RAND Corporation report on the black market for hacks, cracks, data theft, botnets, and zero days tells us your hacked Amex Black fetches a decent price, but only if you're not an American.
Anyone who shopped for LaCie products in the last year could be at risk.
The service is part of SecureWorks' Advanced Threat Services portfolio - a suite of Internet security services designed to combat advanced threat actors and the risks they pose.
Cryptocurrency-mining malware on mobile devices might not be deliver great returns, but they will harm your device.
With the end of Windows XP support looming, ATMs worldwide are left vulnerable -- and cyberattackers are taking advantage of the fact.