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  • Uncommon new worm targets Word and Excel files

    28.03.2014

    Trend Micro researchers have uncovered a new malware family targeting Word and Excel files: the Crigent worm (a.k.a.

  • Zorenium bot can now hit iOS users as well

    27.03.2014

    If all the claims included in the adverts for the multi-platform, multi-purpose piece of malware called Zorenium are true, it could very well have a considerable impact on a large number of users, and become a favorite tool for cyber crooks.

  • Hidden crypto currency-mining code spotted in apps on Google Play

    27.03.2014

    You already know that cyber criminals are using malware to make victims' computers mine crypto currencies for them, but did you know that your phone can be instructed to do the same? A month ago researchers from G Data discovered mining code hidden in several repackaged popular Android apps on 3rd party apps stores.

  • Gameover ZeuS now targets users of employment websites

    25.03.2014

    Some newer variants of the Gameover Zeus Trojan, which is exceptionally good at using complex web injections to perform Man-in-the-Browser (MITB) attacks and gain additional information about the victims to be used for bypassing multi-factor authentication mechanisms and effecting social engineering attacks, has been spotted targeting users of popular employment websites.

  • ATMs running Windows XP targeted with cash-dispensing malware

    25.03.2014

    Microsoft has been aggressively campaigning to get users to stop using Windows XP, and has gone so far as to offer $100 off the purchase of a new PC via the Microsoft Store in order to sweeten the switch to a newer OS (preferably Windows 8).




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Nine patterns make up 92 percent of security incidents

Posted on 23 April 2014.  |  Researchers have found that 92 percent of the 100,000 security incidents analyzed over the past ten years can be traced to nine basic attack patterns that vary from industry to industry.


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