Tags Dridex

Evil Corp affiliates are using off-the-shelf ransomware to evade sanctions

by Tonya Riley

Researchers found a number of similarities between Evil Corp and a new group of attackers.

Fake Christmas Eve termination notices used as phishing lures

by AJ Vicens

The phishing emails are part of a Dridex malware campaign, one of the most prolific credential theft strains in recent years.

Hackers are using CAPTCHA techniques to scam email users

by Tonya Riley

Quantity continues to beat quality in email attacks.

USB-based malware is a growing concern for industrial firms, new Honeywell findings show

by Tonya Riley

The hacking tools could be bad news for industrial systems.

Email scam aims to drop Dridex on machines by impersonating FedEx, UPS

by Jeff Stone

Hackers are sending spoofed emails that appear to be from FedEx, UPS and DHL as part of a mass emailing campaign meant to infect victims’ computers.

U.S. charges two Russians in connection with Dridex banking malware

by Jeff Stone

Both suspects are still in Russia.

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