• Spy Banker Trojan takes advantage of Google cloud servers

    Security researchers at Zscaler discovered a new Spy Banker Trojan campaign that's leveraging Google's public cloud services as a hosting platform.

    Rob Wright290 pointsBadges:
  • Revamped Dridex Trojan continues to plunder UK banks

    Cyber criminals operating the revamped Dridex malware are targeting business accounts at UK banks

    WAshford5,530 pointsBadges:
  • The banking malware scourge

    Criminals are using the Zeus banking Trojan and other malware to hijack online business banking accounts.

    ITKE380,305 pointsBadges:
  • BlackEnergy Trojan resurfaces to cause power outages

    Trojan has been used to deliver a destructive component in attacks on power and media companies in Ukraine, say Eset researchers

    WAshford5,530 pointsBadges:
  • Banking Trojans decline, but financial malware threat persists

    A new Symantec report shows a significant fall in banking malware infections in 2014, but the company warns that malware remains a threat to financial firms.

    MTamarov315 pointsBadges:
  • Major Trojan email onslaught underway

    A wave of fake e-mail greeting cards is luring users into downloading a Trojan, Websense Security Labs has warned.

    ComputerWeekly4,155 pointsBadges:
  • Dridex banking Trojan regains strength to mount attacks on the UK

    Fresh Dridex banking Trojan campaigns target the US, UK and France – despite a recent law enforcement takedown operation – warn security researchers

    WAshford5,530 pointsBadges:
  • New phishing, Zeus Trojan technique spreads crimeware

    Researchers are tracking new phishing methods that steal a victim's information and spread a Trojan designed to pilfer even more data.

    searchsecurity24,325 pointsBadges:
  • Password malware: Can Trojans that capture passwords be mitigated?

    A variant of the Citadel malware emerged that compromises password management and authentication products. Enterprise threats expert Nick Lewis explains how to prevent and overcome the threat.

    searchsecurity24,325 pointsBadges:
  • How to detect if machines have been infected with Trojans, keyloggers

    New data protection expert Paul Vlissidis explains the difference between keyloggers and Trojans before revealing how to find both on your machines.

    ComputerWeekly4,155 pointsBadges:

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