Malware activity has ramped up in the second quarter of 2017, according to reports from cyber-security firms Cyren, Check Point, Kaspersky Lab, Proofpoint, and Symantec.
It was to be expected that Android banking trojan operators would eventually set their sights on ride-hailing applications, considering that these apps work with a user's financial data on a daily basis.
The developer(s) of an Android adware family named GhostClicker has managed to sneak his malware on the official Google Play Store on several occasions, hiding it in as much as 340 mundane Android apps.
A remote code execution vulnerability affects older versions of the Google Chrome browser, all except the current version — Chrome 60.
A flaw buried deep in the hearts of all modern cars allows an attacker with local or even remote access to a vehicle to shut down various components, including safety systems such as airbags, brakes, parking sensors, and others.
The North Korean cyber-espionage group known as the Lazarus Group has been busy hacking US defense contractors, according to a report published on Monday by security research firm Palo Alto Networks.
Today a new Locky Ransomware variant was discovered that switches to the .lukitus extension for encrypted files. It is not currently known how this variant is being distributed, but as the ransomware is being downloaded from a remote site it is most likely malspam.
A new ransomware called SyncCrypt was discovered that is being distributed by spam attachments pretending to be court orders. This ransomware uses a interesting approach of embedding a zip file in a jpg image in order to avoid detection.
Episode 6 of Game of Thrones season 7 has leaked online on streaming, torrent, and file-sharing portals after HBO accidentally broadcast the episode via its on-demand streaming platform.
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A group with possible links to Chinese hackers has managed to break into the servers of NetSarang — a South Korean software maker — and has hidden a backdoor in the company's software packages.