GreyEnergy malware has 'massive amounts of junk code' meant to confuse researchers
Attackers are persistent, but so are reverse engineers.
Sneaky motion-detection feature found on Android malware
The logic seems to be that if a hacked phone was moving, the device probably wasn’t a research tool being used by a security company trying to detect malware, Trend Micro researchers said.
Cybercriminals 'hide in plain sight' to shake down West African financial players
Institutions in Cameroon, Congo, Ghana, Equatorial Guinea and Ivory Coast have been hit with cyberattacks that rely on known forms of malware as well as “living off the land” techniques.
How cyberwarfare is playing into Yemen's civil war
As the Yemeni conflict gains greater attention in Washington, new research highlights how cyber operations have become intrinsic to kinetic wars.
Proofpoint: Hackers testing new reconnaissance malware on financial institutions
Proofpoint suggests that tRat is part of a trend of malware becoming more modular in order to provide attackers with more value in the long haul.