If the Russian authorities really do have their hands on the Blackhole Exploit Kit’s creator, and his collaborators, then that is good news for everyone on the internet.
No tears will be lost if the authorities really do have the author of the Blackhole Exploit Kit in custody.
Online criminals have attempted to take advantage of the royal birth, security researchers have discovered.
It has just become that little bit easier to rob someone’s online bank account.
An archive containing the notorious financial malware kit has been distributed online, and a password to unlock its code published.
A malware attack has been spammed out widely via email to internet users, posing as a message about photos.
Facebook users are warned to be on their guard against unsolicited emails they might receive suggesting that someone has left an offensive comment about them on their wall.
A major malware campaign has been spread via spam email and compromised self-hosted WordPress blogs, attempting to infect computers using the notorious Blackhole exploit kit.
Watch out! Malicious links are being spammed out on Twitter, designed to infect your Windows PC using the Blackhole exploit kit.
SophosLabs is intercepting a wave of malicious emails that have been spammed out around the world, luring unsuspecting internet users into clicking on a malicious attachment.
Be wary of emails claiming to be from Facebook, and saying that you have been tagged in a photograph.
Malicious hackers are once again using the Blackhole exploit kit to infect the computers of unsuspecting internet users.