Malware researchers at ESET have uncovered a widespread cybercriminal operation that has seized control of tens of thousands of Unix servers.
Learn more in my guest article on the We Live Security blog.
Next time you check out the popular videos on YouTube, should you be wondering if they are *really* popular… or if someone has paid money to artificially boost their apparent number of views?
The primary developer of the notorious SpyEye banking malware has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and bank fraud, in relation to his role in a cybercriminal campaign that has infected over 1.4 million computers worldwide.
Matjaž Škorjanc, also known as “Iserdo”, has been sentenced to prison for nearly five years by a Slovenian court, after writing a piece of malware used to infect millions of computers around the world.
Security researcher Sorin Mustaca identifies some of the biggest security threats of 2013, and what you need to do to protect against them.
An Estonian court has found the case against four suspected members of the DNS Changer malware gang, arrested under “Operation Ghost Click”, not proven.
A stash of almost two million usernames and passwords, stolen by cybercriminals from users of Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, LinkedIn and many other sites, has been uncovered.
And it makes for some sorry reading.
Make sure to attend this free web seminar, where you can learn how to best convince your firm’s bosses about the need to protect against security threats.
Automatic updating comes to self-hosted WordPress sites, with the hope of stamping out security vulnerabilities.
If you run a WordPress-powered website, check today which version you are running – and upgrade to “Basie”.
The National Security Agency’s website goes down.
Is it the work of hackers, or a just a regular technical screw-up?
If someone had a criminal record for hacking, should they be considered for recruitment by a country’s cyber defence forces?
Sorry political hackers! Google says it is expanding its DDoS mitigation to help protect free expression online.
Check out this visualisation of denial-of-service attacks happening today, around the world.
Gee thanks for nothing Google. Your latest decision regarding Chrome could put many of us at risk on the internet.
Virus Bulletin, the anti-malware industry’s annual conference, wasn’t just about the excellent technical talks and opportunities to network with the smart folks behind most of the world’s anti-virus products.
There were also opportunities to have some fun in Berlin…
Everyone who is anyone in the anti-malware industry will be meeting in Berlin next week for the 23rd Virus Bulletin International Conference.