- July 25, 2018New typosquatting campaign targets Mac users and redirects them to download potentially unwanted applications.
- July 28, 2016Various business websites were recently hijacked to deliver crypto-ransomware to visitors. Why do attackers repeat the cycle of compromising legitimate websites via exploit kits, malware and vulnerable software?
- December 09, 2015The blog page of a leading UK media site, The Independent got compromised, potentially exposing users to ransomware. The blog, running on an out dated WordPress version, remains compromised
- May 01, 2015In a recent malvertising incident, Trend Micro threat analysts Dark Luo and Kenney Lu found that cybercriminals are using paid ads to victimize customers of a top cloud provider.
- March 19, 2015Cybercriminals are increasingly using malicious advertisements as a platform for spreading malware. Find out how they work how you can protect yourself from these online threats.
- October 21, 2014Online advertisements are increasingly being used by cybercriminals as a way to harvest info or install malicous code. Find out how malicious ads work and how you can avoid being a victim of such threats.
- October 20, 2014As news about the Ebola pandemic flooded the Internet, cybercriminals and have seized the opportunity to use the popularity of the topic as bait to lure unsuspecting victims to pages that could be used to steal their information and credentials.
- October 16, 2014Learn about soundsquatting, a domain squatting technique that takes advantage of homophones. See how it works, how it puts users at risk, and how to avoid unintentionally landing on malicious sites.
- October 16, 2014Soundsquatting is a domain-squatting technique that takes advantage of similar-sounding words, or homophones, to lead users to malicious websites. This research paper looks into how misheard (and not just misspelled) domain names can spell trouble for unsuspec