Check Point identified a vulnerability in LinkedIn's messenger service that could allow an attacker to exploit and then spread malicious files masquerading as a resume or other legitimate files (such as doc, xls, ppt files).
Security researchers have discovered a backdoor planted in connectivity tools made by NetSarang, to include popular products Xshell, Xmanager, Xftp and Xlpd.
A new banking trojan campaign is using Trickbot to redirect users to a fake website, claiming to be Lloyds Bank that displays the correct URL and has a valid SSL certificate.
Hackers allegedly linked to Russian actor APT28 may be linked to a campaign targeting travelers in hotels in Europe and the Middle East, with activity dating back to July 2017.
The Mamba ransomware has reared its ugly head again. Security researchers have spotted new Mamba infections in Brazil and Saudi Arabia.
Cerber ransomware has evolved again and can now steal from Bitcoin wallets.
A new attack that uses Docker containers to hide, persist and plant malware was demonstrated at Black Hat by a team of security researchers from Aqua Security.
Google security researchers have discovered and blocked a new form of spyware called Lipizzan that targets Android devices to spy on communications, such as email and calls, as well as steal information on contacts, record audio/video and monitor the target user's location.
McAfee Labs provided a good update late yesterday on the nature of the Petya ransomware and how it is "spreading like wildfire" around the globe.
McAfee Labs warns of a banking malware Pinkslipbot used to infect machines and turn them into HTTPS-based control servers.