FireEye has revealed a security flaw in Apple iOS devices that could allow malicious applications to remain open for an unlimited time while remaining hidden from unsuspecting users.
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ATM fraud experts say they continue to see criminal innovations with "insert skimmers," wafer-thin data theft devices that fit inside the ATM's card acceptance slot and do not alter the outward appearance of a compromised cash machine.
A report by Wombat Security Technologies shows that an average-sized organization can lose up to $3.77 million / Euro 3.34 million per year due to phishing attacks.
By the end of February 2016, you'll have seen the last of RC4 encryption in browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Edge, their parent companies have announced.
The creators of the notorious Dyre banking Trojan have started using some new techniques to make the malware more difficult to detect and remove.
Eighty-one percent of health care executives say that their organizations have been compromised by at least one malware, botnet, or other cyber-attack during the past two years, and only half feel that they are adequately prepared in preventing attacks, according to KPMG.
Details have come to light about a new remote access Trojan called uWarrior that arrives embedded in a rigged .RTF document.
"There's a group of fake recruiters on LinkedIn mapping infosec people's networks. Not sure what their goal is yet, just a heads-up to others," Yonathan Klijnsma, a threat intelligence analyst working at Dutch infosec firm Fox-IT, warned via his Twitter account.
Sphinx, a new banking Trojan based on the source code of the notorious Zeus malware, is up for sale for $500.
A massive uptick in malvertising has taken place over the last few years and is becoming so popular that it may become the top technique used for drive by attacks, according to Cyphort Labs' The Rise of Malvertising report.