A good decade for cybercrime

For Internet users, it has been a decade of exciting online advances that allow people to communicate, share information and conduct business in ways that were never before …

The vulnerability species: Origin and evolution

There is an on-going arms-race in the IT security industry between vendors striving to produce secure software, and researchers’ and cybercriminals’ efforts (and …

Cybercrime black market statistics

PandaLabs released an investigative report on the current cybercrime black market. They discovered a vast network selling stolen bank details along with other types of …

Zeus malware now targets online payment providers

The Zeus malware continues to evolve, diversifying away from its target bank sites and their customers, and over to sites with user credentials that allow assets that have a …

A global shift in cybercrime

The target of attacks has shifted from traditional infrastructure to mobile users and endpoint devices, according to a new report. Research from SpiderLabs found that …

Two men charged for AT&T site breach

Two men were arrested on Tuesday and are facing charges of fraud and conspiracy to access a computer without authorization, following an investigation that started with last …

Inside a banking Trojan drop-zone

There can be no doubt that cybercrime is on the rise. Compared to real-world crime, it is easier, often more profitable, and carries definitely less risk to the perpetrator. …

Ransomware continues to pose a threat

The great majority of cybercriminals is in it for the money. Some choose to steal it indirectly by using information-stealing malware to gain access to users’ online …