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.
Instead of laying low, the threat actors known as Olympic Destroyer are pursuing bigger targets with more aggressive measures.
Yet another dangerous malware is threatening the financial sector. The MysteryBot banking Trojan has not been fully unleashed yet, but that may soon change.
Big events always kick cybercriminals into hyperdrive as they attempt to exploit innocent people. The current World Cup phishing campaign is just the latest example.
Roaming Mantis malware is a nasty critter that performs DNS hijacking as its main method of infection. Unfortunately, the malware appears to be getting stronger and more virulent.
The desktop version of the popular chat program Telegram is under assault from a hacker who has unleashed what is being called TeleGrab malware.
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