“Credit card overdue” spam carries malware

Spam emails seemingly coming from a credit card company have been hitting inboxes and trying to scare users into downloading and running the attached malicious file: According …

Bitcoin-mining Trojan spotted

Bitcoin has received lately a lot of attention from users and from the media, so it’s no wonder that cyber criminals have also figured out ways to take advantage of its …

Federal Reserve spam campaign leads to malware

A rather poorly executed but extensive spam campaign impersonating the US Federal Reserve is currently targeting online banking users. The email, using graphics hosted by the …

Trojan goes after Bitcoins

Bitcoin – the digital currency that has lately become a point of contention between those that consider it a perfect way of handling payments online and those who said …

Continued attacks on social networks

GFI Software announced the top 10 most prevalent malware threats for the month of May 2011. The month was marked by a number of Facebook survey scams baiting users with offers …

Apple security update bypassed after 8 hours

It took only eight hours for the malware developers behind the MacDefender and its variants to come up with a way to bypass the security update pushed out by Apple. According …