AuthorKelly Sheridan Staff Editor, Dark Reading
The investigation of a major Android banking botnet yields insights about how cybercriminals structure and run an illicit business.
An issue exists in Windows Hello for Business when public keys persist after a device is removed from Active Directory, if the AD exists, Microsoft reports.
Data indicates TrickBot operators are modifying its modules and launching widespread campaigns around the world.
The bug enables malware to pose as any legitimate Android app, letting attackers track messages, photos, credentials, and phone conversations.
More than 3,100 Jira instances are still vulnerable to a server-side request forgery vulnerability patched in August.
Large sums of organized data, whether public or private, are worth their weight in gold to cybercriminals.
An analysis of popular mental health-related websites revealed a vast number of trackers, many of which are used for targeted advertising.
As security tools gather growing amounts of intelligence, experts explain how companies can protect this data from rogue insiders and other threats.
Cybercriminals attempted to install Cyborg ransomware on target machines by deceiving victims with a fraudulent Windows update.
Researchers exploring Windows Hello for Business found an Active Directory backdoor and other attack vectors that could lead to privilege escalation.