Rotexy malware, which traces its origin back to 2014, has evolved into a dangerous banking Trojan primarily attacking Russian citizens.
A creator of the Mirai botnet won’t spend any time in prison but faces an enormous financial toll: The court ordered him to pay victims $8.6 million.
The Russian hacking group APT28 is no stranger to InfoSec researchers, and a new Roman Holiday cyberattack against the Italian Navy looks to be their handiwork.
Banking Trojans are go-to malware for hackers looking to score a quick buck. DanaBot, which targets banking customers, is the newest worry for InfoSec researchers.
MyloBot botnet is a new destructive malware that researchers say exhibits “rare and unique behavior.” And this is why InfoSec professionals are very worried.
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