Taking money out of your bank account just got easier, for criminals that is. Security firm Proofpoint has uncovered new malware infecting ATM machines that enable criminals to steal money while remaining undetected by security measures.
XcodeGhost, the malware that infiltrated the Apple App Store through Apple's Xcode app development tool, has compromised more than 4,000 iOS apps, according to research by security firm FireEye.
A new variant of the Kovter Trojan is one of the first threats to mimic the evasion tactics and persistence of the Poweliks malware – the first known fileless and memory-based malware, which makes it hard to detect and to remove.
AT&T has filed a lawsuit against former employees for installing malware on its computer systems in order to unlock smartphones so they could be used on other networks.
Human error could have opened the door for hackers to pass off malware as legit firmware updates from networking equipment supplier D-Link. This possibility came to light after the private keys used to digitally sign software was found to have been mistakenly published by D-Link as part of its open source firmware package.
The influx of Android devices into the corporate environment raises concerns among IT security pros because of the shaky security reputation that the Android OS has. Those concerns will not be eased by a report released on Tuesday by antivirus firm G Data.
Microsoft is working on a large-scale, distributed security service designed to find and eliminate malware, according to a recent job posting for a senior software engineer to join a project team codenamed "Sonar".
Malvertising campaigns are increasingly targeting mobile apps, according to a new report from RiskIQ.
Hackers behind the Minidionis malware are using cloud drives to store the malware and download it on infected systems from the cloud, making it harder to detect, according to Sergey Lozhkin, a security researcher at Kaspersky Lab.
Bromium – a security firm spun out of Cambridge University's computer lab – is teaming up with Microsoft to beef up the security of the soon-to-be-released Windows 10 platform, the firms announced at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference being held in Orlando this week.