At Infosecurity Europe, a security expert from Guardicore discusses a new cryptomining malware campaign called Nanshou and why the cryptojacking threat is set to get worse.
After a year of success, its operators say they earned millions — and are ready to retire.
HiddenWasp is unique for Linux-based malware in that it targets systems to remotely control them.
One of the most popular U.S. drive-through restaurants has been hit with a data breach due to POS malware.
A rapidly-expanding campaign has infected 50,000 servers with malware that mines an open source cryptocurrency called TurtleCoin.
New campaigns also show modified versions of known payloads.
Bad actors are looking to hit financial and banking firms in Canada with geo-specific campaigns touting malware like Emotet, GandCrab and Ursnif.
Coming to America: The Shade ransomware, which has historically targeted Russian victims, was recently spotted expanding its sights.
As Bitcoin prices surge, so too are malicious apps, malware-ridden scams and cryptojacking attacks looking to profit from the cryptocurrency industry.
The “bestiary” houses six historical threats that combined resulted in at least $95B in damages worldwide.