Emotet starts a new week of malicious spam by promising a copy of Edward Snowden’s new book.
After months of laying dormant, the notorious Emotet is back, with its botnet spewing spam globally.
The Department of Energy was subject to a DDoS attack that caused major disruptions in their operations. Is the smart grid ready for such an attack? Here are the lessons we can take away from the event.
We’ve identified a new piece of malware that is connected to the Electrum botnet.
Emotet is often mentioned as one of the most annoying, effective, and costly present-day malware infections. We discuss the reasons why and the proper way to remove it.
E-commerce sites are a hot commodity these days. We dig into how compromised PCs are helping to hack into them to inject skimmers, whether via vulnerabilities in the websites themselves or through a new malware we discovered gaining entry via brute force.
Twitter announced in a blog post Monday that they discovered and addressed a security flaw in one of their support forms. The discovery was made on November 15—more than a month ago—and promptly fixed the next day. So why are we only hearing about it now?
This month the webcam has been around for 25 years. How has it developed and which are the concerns surrounding webcams and CCTVs?