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Operators of Android hacking kit impersonate postal services in US and Europe

by Sean Lyngaas • 3 days ago

With an effective mobile malware kit written, hackers can tweak the code to target different parts of the world.

Zeus’s legacy lives on as crooks target banking customers in the US and Europe

by Sean Lyngaas • 1 month ago

It shows how one piece of code is still inspiring criminals years after law enforcement identified it as pernicious.

Hackers are using coronavirus-themed phishing lures to go after DOD networks

by Shannon Vavra • 2 months ago

Hackers are targeting defense industrial base companies and their networks in order to move into DOD systems.

Attorney General Barr urges DOJ to prioritize prosecuting coronavirus scammers

by Shannon Vavra • 4 months ago

Attorney General William Barr is going after cybercriminals seeking to exploit fears about the coronavirus.

Bogus HIV test results are the latest lures used by cybercrooks

by Sean Lyngaas • 4 months ago

That stream of health-related phishing means at least some of it is working.

Hackers seize on coronavirus fears for fodder in spearphishing, misinformation schemes

by Shannon Vavra • 4 months ago

Hackers frequently take advantage of crises and current events to tailor their messages better.

TA505 hacking crew spent much of 2019 trying to breach South Korea's financial sector

by Jeff Stone • 4 months ago

The Financial Security Institute said Friday that many of the phishing emails included malicious Microsoft Excel documents.

Scammers are trying to exploit coronavirus concerns to breach companies

by Jeff Stone • 5 months ago

Phishing attempts come with a Microsoft Word document that activates a strain of malicious software, AZORult, which allows attackers to make off with sensitive data.

Security tools still among the fastest-growing apps in corporate America

by Jeff Stone • 5 months ago

KnowBe4, Jamf, and Splunk saw huge growth.

The NSA discovered a severe flaw in Microsoft Windows 10

by Shannon Vavra • 6 months ago

It's the first time the NSA is taking credit publicly for discovering a Microsoft vulnerability.

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