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'Flashlight' Trojan targets Australian banking apps, takes pictures of victims
Android users are being warned about a fake flashlight app on Google Play that is targeting Australian banking apps.
Unit 42 researchers suspect Ewind adware Trojan is 100% Russian
The Android Ewind family has just become a little bigger, after Unit 42 researchers discovered multiple new samples of the family.
Dridex banking trojan targets Australian organisations
Proofpoint has detected a massive spike in Dridex banking trojans that are targeting Australian organisations.
Fake eWAY invoice contains malicious macro attachments
Beware of the latest email scam—fraudulent eWAY invoices carry dangerous macros, as unveiled by MailGuard.
Released Android malware source code used to run a banking botnet
The new Android banking malware ESET recently discovered on Google Play was spotted in the wild again, targeting more banks.
Dangerous Android Trojan masquerades as Flash Player update
A new Android Trojan has been lurking under a fake app that tries to mimic a Flash Player update, ESET discovered this week.
New ScanPOS Point-of-Sale malware heavily targets hospitality sector
Proofpoint researchers have discovered a Point-of-Sale malware that is targeting organisations worldwide, including those in Australia.
Australian organisations popular targets for newly discovered trojan
Symantec says these attacks are extremely focused on companies operating in the banking, securities, trading, and payroll sectors.
Unit 42 discovers Komplex trojan targeting OS X systems
The Sofacy Group is still coming up with new trojans, with Unit 42 researchers reporting that an OS X trojan called 'Komplex' is now on the scene.
Trend Micro shows that Linux systems not so bulletproof against trojans
Trend Micro says it's not all smooth sailing for Linux users, as its open source based operating system is increasingly vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Android 6's security features prove no match for Gugi banking trojan
Android 6's security features are proving no match for the Gugi banking trojan, which has been able to slip past the platform's blocking mechanisms.
ESET discovers new Android botnet controlled by Twitter
ESET uncovers a pioneering Twitter-based Android botnet, signalling a new front in cyber warfare tactics.
Video of Hillary making ISIS deal: It's not real, says security expert
Symantec warns of non-existent video of Hillary Clinton exchanging money with ISIS used as bait in spam emails.
Nemucod is back and serving an ad-clicking backdoor instead of ransomware
The trojan downloader Nemucod is back with a new campaign. This time, it has changed the payload served to its victims – it's not ransomware.
Attack delivers '9002' trojan through google drive
Unit 42 recently observed a 9002 Trojan delivered using a combination of shortened links and a shared file hosted on Google Drive.
Have you met Delilah? The first Insider Threat Trojan
New Trojan, Delilah, recruits insiders through social engineering and extortion, using ransomware techniques. Insider threats set to increase.
10,000 Facebook users attacked by malware trojan last month
Kaspersky Lab recently reported its discovery of a malware attack that affected approximately 10,000 Facebook users between June 24th to June 27th.
New Sofacy attacks against US government agency
Recently, Unit 42 identified a spear phishing e-mail from the Sofacy group that targeted the United States government - here is a rundown.
New Android Trojan “Xbot” phishes credit cards and bank accounts, encrypts devices for ransom
A new Trojan called Xbot is targeting Android users in Russia and Australia, stealing banking credentials and demanding a ransom.
The Trojan Games: Spyware lets crims see your poker hand
The odds of you winning your online poker game have just got longer, thanks to a spyware program allowing cybercriminals to see your hand.
Google attack an inside job?
Google is investigating reports that someone at its China headquarters may have – willingly or unwittingly – assisted in what is believed to have been infiltration of its networks by Chinese officials.
Unite to secure!
No one ever said that managing and protecting every device in an enterprise would be easy.
Huge increase in rogue anti-malware
In its quarterly report, RSA, the security Division of EMC released its security findings, including the fact that rogue anti-malware programs increased an enormous 585% in the first half of 2009.
Phishers smarter, more devious
As the Web continues to offer new features and services, and users get more sophisticated, so cybercriminals devise more innovative ways to trick them.