Researchers from McAfee Labs have spotted a significant spike in a fileless cyber threat dubbed CactusTorch.
Security researchers have discovered a generic remote Spectre variant 1 attack dubbed NetSpectre that can be carried out over the network.
Onapsis and Digital Shadows, a digital risk management firm, have released research and evidence of cybercriminals targeting Enterprise Resource Planning…
Security experts at Trend Micro have observed an evolving cyberespionage campaign named Blackgear that abuses social media for command and control communications. Blackgear dates back to 2008 and previously targets mainly public sector agencies, telecom and high tech industries in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.
A new version of Rakhni Trojan has added a cryptocurrency mining capability to its feature-set. A new cyber campaign discovered by Kaspersky researchers uses a downloader to either install a cryptor or miner on victim computers.
Attackers are using a new variant of the SamSam ransomware to compromise and take down users of their choosing.
For the past several months, Cisco’s Talos security group has been researching a new advanced malware system dubbed “VPNFilter” that has compromised nearly 500,000 networking devices worldwide.
A new attack dubbed “GLitch” uses two different techniques, side-channel and rowhammer attacks, to compromise a web browser using WebGL.
An advanced persistent threat (APT) hacking group has been exploiting an unpatched Internet Explorer (IE) vulnerability to infect Windows PCs with malware.
The Sofacy group (aka APT28, Fancy Bear, and Pawn Storm) have allegedly attacked and breached German government’s secure computer network. Many security experts believe the cyberespionage group has ties back to the Russian government.