Dridex

Microsoft zero-day vulnerability was being exploited for cyber-espionage

Two separate attack campaigns exploited the same Microsoft zero-day vulnerability to infect users with spyware and crimeware. But mystery shrouds which country might...
David Bisson
1 min read

Microsoft patches Word zero-day vulnerability being actively exploited in attacks

Microsoft has issued patches for 44 vulnerabilities, 13 of which are rated "critical".
Graham Cluley
1 min read

What does a .locky file extension mean? It means you’ve been hit by ransomware

Ransomware with apparent links to a Dridex botnet affiliate has been spotted attempting to infect at least 450,000 computer users. David Bisson reports.
David Bisson
2 min read

No, you haven’t hired a toilet. You’ve been sent malware

I have a loo in my house. I don't need to hire a loo. Therefore, I'm not likely to be tricked into being infected by...
Graham Cluley
1 min read

Email from your photocopier? It could be a malware attack

Watch out! Criminals spam out malware attack disguised as scanned document from your photocopier.
Graham Cluley
1 min read

Dridex malware adopts redirection attacks to target high-value UK banking customers

The Dridex trojan has adopted a new attack methodology that it is using to target high-value customers of several UK banks. David Bisson reports.
David Bisson
1 min read

The Dridex botnet ain’t done yet, say researchers

Security researchers are finding signs that a botnet responsible for infecting computers with the banking malware Dridex might still be functioning despite a recent...
David Bisson
1 min read

YOU are the computer security problem!

How are you going to "patch the bug in your brain" that so many hacking attacks rely upon? Watch my latest video and find out.
Graham Cluley
37 sec read

PC users warned of Dridex malware attack, targeting online bankers

Law enforcement agencies around the globe have thrown a spanner into the works of a malware campaign that has earnt its criminal masters' at...
Graham Cluley
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