As you may have heard by this point, Lenovo loaded an adware package called Superfish Visual Discovery onto many of its devices. Annoying? Absolutely: Nobody likes …
Target IT spotted BlackPOS malware while it was still being installed, but bosses ignored warnings, according to an investigation by Bloomberg.
Researchers dissecting rootkit find 100+ modules, shocking stealth, attacks on EU government and armies.
Web traffic from a zombie asking for orders from its botnet can look almost identical to ‘normal’ network traffic; the key is to focus on the ‘almost.’
Security analyst Andrey Komarov posted details of the BlackPOS code, tracing its trail back to a St. Petersburg teen.
Breach at Target may stem from Internet-connected, under-secured POS systems and the malware that targets them.
A new ‘clinical’ study showed greatest risk from high expertise.
Researchers have poked some holes in Apple’s iOS security.
Sending bogus text strings in HTML requests could have given attackers control over the configuration of some D-Link routers.
Neverquest creates a virtual network link to hide data it sends home; attackers use the same link to log into banks from the victim’s own hardware.