Cyphort analyzed the top eight types of financial malware cybercriminals are using today to target banks and electronic payment systems.
The UK's National Crime Agency is spearheading an onslaught against the Dridex (aka Bugat, aka Cridex) banking malware and the criminals that wield it.
At this point in time, the existence of a botnet comprising of tens of thousands of compromised routers and other IoT devices is not news.
Attackers have developed a botnet capable of 150+ Gbps DDoS attack campaigns using XOR DDoS, a Trojan malware used to hijack Linux systems, according to Akamai.
Cyber crooks and cyber spies are often two distinct categories of attackers, but not always.
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