Security researchers have spotted a new banking trojan named MnuBot that uses some atypical tricks to avoid easy detection on compromised hosts.
A Brazilian ISP appears to have deployed routers without a Telnet password for nearly 5,000 customers, leaving the devices wide open to abuse.
"HTTP injector" apps traded in public Telegram channels are becoming a popular method of gaining free Internet access on mobile devices.
The angry userbase of pr0gramm.com, a German image board similar to Imgur, has donated over €103,000 ($126,000) to local cancer research organizations as a way to protest against an article published by Brian Krebs, an IT security journalist.
A new spam campaign is using malicious CHM files to download and install Brazilian banking Trojans.
A malware group is using Facebook's CDN servers to store malicious files that it later uses to infect users with banking trojans.
A Brazilian developer named Lenon Leite has released proof-of-concept code for a ransomware family coded in PHP that will allow an attacker to encrypt the contents of web servers.
Kaspersky posted a great article about their TeamXrat Ransomware analysis and how they were able to create a decryptor for its victims. Reported back in mid September in our forums, I and other security researchers were never able to find an actual sample of the malware.