Well-known companies and brands are favorite targets for fraudsters. After all, it is much easier to get people's attention with the use of a popular name. In this article, we will analyze phishing and malicious emails sent by fraudsters on behalf of international delivery services.
An organization recently asked Kaspersky Lab to investigate an incident that had occurred in its corporate remote banking system: a bank asked for confirmation of a payment worth about US$80,000. The organization’s accountant had not made the payments himself, so the organization suspected a malware attack. But how was that possible?
Microsoft released four security bulletins this month addressing a total of 42 vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer (MS14-052), .NET (MS14-053), the Windows task scheduler (MS14-054), and several issues in Windows Lync Server (MS14-055).
The world's largest mobile innovation forum, "Super Mobility Week", is being held in Las Vegas. We were there to participate and moderate a panel on mobile and cloud cyber-security with speakers from Verizon, Samsung, and Eriksonn Mobile.
With the emergence of wearables, the convergence between the virtual and the physical world makes people feel more natural using technology all the time. Unfortunately, the emergence of new technologies also entails new security risks.
Now that the Internet of Things is all the rage, I wanted to take a look at a trend in IoT that I find particularly exciting and that’s wearable devices.
‘Malvertising’ is a relatively new term for a technique used to distribute malware via advertising networks, which have long since become a popular medium among cybercriminals.
The biggest security news of the week is the leaked photos of many celebrities. Many people, especially the involved celebrities, wondered how such a hack could take place.
We spotted an interesting attack from Brazilian bad guys aiming to change the DNS settings of home routers by using a web-based attack, some social engineering, and malicious websites.
Anyone using the Internet is at risk, regardless of age and regardless of what they like to do online. Cybercriminals can deploy an impressive arsenal and use it to get access to our money, our personal data and the resources of our computer systems.