As each day passes and researchers find more and more source code in the huge Hacking Team data dump, it becomes more clear what the company's customers could do with the spyware, and what capabilities other organized and commercial malware authors will soon be equipping their malicious wares with.
Worried that you might have been targeted with Hacking Team spyware, but don't know how to find out for sure? IT security firm Rook Security has released Milano, a free automated tool meant to detect the Hacking Team malware on a computer system.
The massive Hacking Team data leak includes the source code of a fake Android news app and instructions on how to use it, Trend Micro researchers have found.
After dedicating their efforts to swelling the number of computers roped into their malicious net, the masters of the Andromeda botnet are putting it to use by delivering a new family of PoS malware to as many PoS systems as they can.
A group of Italian researchers have come up with new obfuscation techniques that can be used to dupe malware detection systems and allow malicious actors to execute successful drive-by download attacks.
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