A piece of malware that hasn’t been seen before was spread through pirated software and siphoned off the credentials of unknowing users.
A fake website isn’t really letting you download Afterburner but then again, it seems neither is MSI.
A previously undocumented backdoor was discovered hiding in a South African freight logistics company by ESET.
Cheaters will often give cheating software unfettered access to their PC and that gives cybercriminals an opportunity to exploit that behaviour.
That figure includes Apple’s new M1 powered Macs.
An app with 10 million users was seemingly updated with malicious code in December.
KillSomeOne is both simple and complex. A reminder that cybercriminals are an unpredictable bunch.
Joker malware continues to prove too slippery to catch.
If your PC looks more like Times Square thanks to adware, you might have a serious problem on your hands.
Can’t hack Tesla? Why not do what Egor Igorevich Kriuchkov and travel to the US with the intention of bribing an employee?
Kaspersky’s latest tool claims to be able to tell who is behind a malware attack based on previous pieces of malware.
While ThiefQuest will still encrypt your data, there are a few concerning features of the malware researchers have uncovered.
Intel Control-Flow Enforcement Technology aims to mitigate malware that abuses legitimate code through control-flow hijacking attacks at a CPU level.
The increase in impersonation threats is rather worrying.
With millions of people searching for news and apps relating to COVID-19, cybercriminals are having a ball with scam, malware and phishing attacks among others.
Looking for love? You probably want to be cautious because you may find cybercriminals instead.
Cybercriminals are using the appeal of popular artists to trick folks into downloading malware.
Cybersecurity experts believe that a number of alerts point to Silence Group operating on African soil.