Security Intelligence – Cloud Security: Report Finds 68% of Malware Delivered From Cloud Apps Cloud apps are now the most common way digital attackers distribute malware. In the second quarter
Security Intelligence – Attackers Spread Cobalt Strike Through Backdoor in Common Apps Researchers discovered a new attack campaign targeting online gambling companies in China with one of two malware payloads.
Security Intelligence – Fake Cryptomining Apps Stole Over $350K From Android Users Cryptomining has become a lucrative industry, growing more and more mainstream. Now, attackers are trying to grab a
Security Intelligence – Ransomware Gangs Using Data Leak Sites to Recruit New Affiliates Ransomware gangs have a new technique to recruit affiliates: posting announcements on their own data leaks websites.
Security Intelligence – DirtyMoe Botnet Returns With Undetectable Threat Profile The malware botnet known as DirtyMoe has been around since at least 2016, but its newest version makes some major
Security Intelligence – U.S. Names Ransomware Attacks a Similar Priority to Terrorism At the beginning of May, a U.S. pipeline company suffered a ransomware attack. The company halted operations for
Security Intelligence – Newly Studied ‘Poltergeist Attacks’ Trick Autonomous Vehicles There’s something spooky going on. New research from the Ubiquitous System Security Lab, Zhejiang University Security and Privacy Research Group
Security Intelligence – Ransomware Costs Expected to Reach $265 Billion by 2031 Think ransomware is expensive now? It’s not predicted to get any cheaper over the next decade. Ransoms could
Security Intelligence – Android Security: Over 150 Security and Privacy Issues Found on Stalkerware Who stalks the stalkers? When it comes to Android security, stalkerware presents a double risk. It’s
Security Intelligence – Scammers Poured Themselves a Glass and Got to Work on Wine-Themed Phishing Emails in 2020 Lots of people opened up bottles of wine on Zoom visits in