- April 22, 2020Is your work-from-home set up secure? Here are a few signs to know if your devices have been hacked or infected with malware.
- March 25, 2020In 2019, cybercriminals looked at the malicious mobile routines that worked in the past and adjusted these to make them more sophisticated, persistent, and profitable online and offline.
- February 24, 2020The detected PowerGhost variant can remove anti-malware products, maintain persistence, and drop other components.
- February 13, 2020Before, the Emotet malware mostly spread through spam campaigns. Now, it can also propagate via Wi-Fi.
- February 07, 2020Trickbot and Emotet were concealed by using text from articles about #Trump and placing them in the file metadata.
- February 05, 2020Vulnerable video surveillance storage systems are exploited by the two Mirai variants, SORA and UNSTABLE.
- January 31, 2020Cybercriminals used the 2019-nCoV scare to trick people into downloading email attachments that carry the Emotet malware.
Mobile Banking Trojan FakeToken Resurfaces, Sends Offensive Messages Overseas from Victims’ AccountsJanuary 16, 2020An updated version of mobile malware FakeToken was found sending massive numbers of offensive messages to foreign countries.
Negasteal/Agent Tesla Now Gets Delivered via Removable Drives, Steals Credentials from Becky! Internet MailDecember 19, 2019We have recently spotted a Negasteal/Agent Tesla variant (detected by Trend Micro as Worm.Win32.NEGASTEAL.B) that uses a new delivery vector: removable drives.