Attackers behind BabyShark malware and cyber campaigns is now targeting the cryptocurrency industry.
The FTC warns users of a phishing scam involving fake Netflix email messages designed to steal personal and payment information.
Attackers are using fake Office 365 non-delivery messages in new phishing attacks designed to steal your credentials.
Cisco's Talos security team spotted new version and malicious activity of Smoke Loader, a malicious app used to load other malware.
Adobe has released security updates for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, macOS, Linux and Chrome OS. The update (APSB18-19) addresses two critical and two important vulnerabilities in Adobe Flash Player 184.108.40.206 and earlier versions.
A new malware dubbed Vega Stealer is now targeting saved credentials and payment card info saved in users' Chrome and Firefox browsers. The malware is a variant of August Stealer and also attempts to steal sensitive documents from infected computers.
An advanced persistent threat (APT) hacking group has been exploiting an unpatched Internet Explorer (IE) vulnerability to infect Windows PCs with malware.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has issued an alert on W-2 phishing campaigns. In the latest scam, criminals are targeting sensitive tax information by using IRS-related phishing emails.
Threat actors from likely Nigerian origin are using business email compromise scams (BECs) to target Fortune 500 companies.
FortiGuard Labs recently discovered that cybercriminals behind VenusLocker ransomware attacks from last year have switched their tactics to now target the cryptocurrency market.