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Hide it well or market it well: Two reports show how point-of-sale malware has users in mind
A generation of cybercriminals have relied on point-of-sale (PoS) malware to access customer credit information from victims including e-commerce sites, and at credit terminals and gas pumps at brick-and-mortar locations.
How hackers used a PowerPoint file to spy on Tibet’s government-in-exile
The Tibetan diaspora has been targeted in a series of malware campaigns since 2016.
DOJ indictment spotlights China’s civilian intel agency – and its hacker recruits
In unsealing charges against 10 Chinese nationals, the Department of Justice showed its focus is on China’s Ministry of State Security.
Talos: Android trojan resembling Play Store installs sophisticated spyware
While some companies are choosing to avoid the Google Play Store, Talos says "GPlayed" highlights the risks of downloading apps from third-party websites.
VPNFilter now has 'even greater capabilities,' research shows
VPNFilter, the malware framework that co-opted half a million routers into a botnet earlier this year, has “even greater capabilities” than previously documented, new research shows.
Cisco Talos' Craig Williams on the hunt for bugs and abnormal behavior
Craig Williams, Talos’s director of outreach, gives his take on high-profile threats and how he approaches the craft of investigating malware campaigns.