HummingBad, an Android malware estimated to have touched over 85 million devices worldwide, was recently found in 46 new applications, 20 of which had even made their way into the official Play Store, passing Google's security checks.
According to data gathered via the ID-Ransomware service, what all of us had predicted is now happening, as the Spora ransomware has started to spread to new territories outside former Soviet states.
A group of at least two hackers has tried to extort a ransom payment from the Lloyds Banking Group according to a copy of an email the hackers sent to a high-ranking executive.
The Windows 10 Creators Update scheduled for launch later this year will include an upgrade of the default Windows Defender antivirus, which will feature a new settings panel named the Windows Defender Security Center.
Today Apple released updates for macOS, iOS, Safari, tvOS, iCloud, and watchOS to fix a variety of security holes as well as to introduce new features. With these releases, Apple fixed 56 vulnerabilities, with many of these vulnerabilities being shared over multiple platforms.
The Sage 2.0 Ransomware, which is an updated variant of CryLocker, has been discovered being distributed by one of the same actors who is distributing Locky, Cerber, and Spora. Due to this there is a good chance of wider distribution of this ransomware. This guide provides information on Sage 2.0 and what to expect from it.
The source code of an unnamed Android banking trojan has been recently leaked online via an underground hacking forum, say researchers from security firm Dr.Web.
Mozilla's security team previewed today a new set of indicators that will be added to Firefox 51, set for launch on Monday, January 23, and subsequent Firefox versions.
This week we continue to see more ransomware being released as well as changes in the distribution of the larger ransomware infections. For example, Locky has had a very low distribution lately since the holidays, but according to the Cisco Talos Group, it is starting to pick up again.
Security researchers have discovered that a very popular photo retouching iOS and Android application is collecting user data and sending it for storage to servers in China.