A man who was in command of a botnet of some 30 million computers worldwide has been sentenced to four years jail in Armenia.
SophosLabs reports on the top twelve spam relaying countries for January – March 2012.
Microsoft, working with others in the financial services and computer security industry, has disrupted a number of botnets being used by the Zeus malware family, allegedly responsible for nearly half a billion dollars in damages.
A Russian man who has been accused by Microsoft of being the mastermind behind the Kelihos botnet has used his LiveJournal blog to protest his innocence.
Microsoft has alleged that a computer security firm’s ex-employee is the mastermind behind the Kelihos botnet.
The in-depth story of how five men have been identified as part of the Koobface gang, in a detailed investigation conducted by independent researcher Jan Drömer and Dirk Kollberg of SophosLabs.
Members of the Koobface malware gang might be feeling a little hot under the collar as evidence has begun to spill onto the internet about the alleged identity of one of its members.
And there’s more information still to come..
What countries are responsible for relaying the most spam?
Sophos releases its latest “dirty dozen” report.
It’s Halloween. A time for ghosties and ghoulies and long-leggedy beasties, and things that go bump in the night.
What better time can there be to kill some zombies?
The Virus Bulletin conference is told about the investigation into a modern malware-writing gang.
But with only two of the cybercriminals sentenced, was justice really done?
MasterCard’s website was knocked offline following what appears to be a WikiLeaks-inspired internet attack by hacktivists against it.
Once again, a denial-of-service attack is a hactivist’s best friend – but don’t forget they’re illegal.
A man who extorted money out of online gambling websites in the run-up to the 2010 Football World Cup in South Africa has been sent to jail.
One of the world’s most notorious spammers faces jail after admitting that he had sex with under-age girls.
WordPress.com, home to millions of blogs around the world, is currently being hit by an “extremely large” distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.
A new report by Sophos has revealed the top twelve spam-relaying countries – and, once again, it’s bad news for the United States.
Is it sensible to volunteer to be part of a distributed denial-of-service attack? Learn first about the legality, and the other DDoSers who may have gone before you, and ended up in jail.