Malware 

225,000 Apple Credentials Stolen via New iOS Malware

It's the 'largest known Apple account theft caused by malware,' according to Palo Alto Networks researchers.

Kaspersky Responds to 'Fake Malware' Allegations

'They forgot to add that we conjure all this up during steamy banya sessions, after parking the bears we ride outside,' Eugene Kaspersky wrote.

HP on Legal Hacking and the Law

HP's Zero Day Initiative buys a lot of security vulnerabilities from researchers – so how does it stay within the bounds of the law?

FBI Details Takedown of Gameover Zeus Botnet

FBI agent explains how law enforcement worked with security vendors to bring down a major botnet operation.

Yahoo Ads Serve Malware for Second Time in Two Years

Malicious ads were found to be redirecting victims to the Angler Exploit Kit, according to Malwarebytes researchers.

Can New Intel Tech Revolutionize Application Security? [VIDEO]

Steve Grobman, Intel Fellow and CTO of Intel Security, discusses upcoming innovation in silicon that could have a huge impact on software security.

Flash Malware Surges, Finds Cisco

While Flash exploits are up, Java is going the other way, according to Cisco's MidYear Security Report.

Hackers Make Financial Services Firms Top Target

Hackers target financial services firms 300 percent more than companies in other verticals, says Websense Security Labs.

Trend Micro Warns of New MalumPoS Point-of-Sale Malware

The malware currently targets Oracle MICROS and other point-of-sale systems.

Sally Beauty Details Malware Attack That Led to Recent Data Breach

The company says malware was 'effectively deployed' on some of its point of sale systems between March 6 and April 17, 2015.

New Rombertik Malware Destroys Master Boot Record If Debugged

If it doesn't have permission to overwrite the MBR, the malware destroys all files in the user's home folder.

Startup Spotlight: Prevoty's Application Security

Despite the growing importance of applications, the application layer is a "black hole" of enterprise security, says company's co-founder.

Cryptographer Panel Slams Government Key Escrow Idea

Experts on a cryptography panel at the RSA conference reject the idea of the U.S. government holding encryption keys.

International Operations Take Down Beebone, Simda Botnets

Both operations required coordination between government agencies and private sector partners.

Police Department Pays Cybercriminals Following Ransomware Infection

A recent survey found that 55 percent of organizations that have been hit by such attacks recommend negotiating with cybecriminals to restore data.

IBM Warns of New 'Dyre Wolf' Malware Campaign

The campaign targets organizations with a combination of social engineering and DDoS attacks.

Researchers Warn of Volatile Cedar APT Campaign

The target distribution 'strongly aligns with nation-state/political-group interests,' according to Check Point researchers.

New Trojan Targets Petroleum, Gas, Helium Companies

The attack exploits an old ActiveX vulnerability, according to Symantec researchers.

Cisco Warns of PoSeidon Point-of-Sale Malware

The malware installs a keylogger and scans the infected device's memory for credit card data.

IBM Exposes Critical Dropbox Vulnerability

Dropbox patches flaw that could have exposed users to risk.

How Much Does Business AV Cost? Try Free

Avast debuts free Business Anti-Virus, but what's the catch?

Lenovo Computers Shipped with Pre-Installed Malware

The company says it has investigated the software and hasn't found 'any evidence to substantiate security concerns.'

Kaspersky Warns of 'Outstandingly Professional' Equation Group Cyber Attacks

The group's tools are capable of reprogramming hard drive firmware, allowing infections to survive disk formatting and OS reinstallation.

Report: PlugX Is RAT of Choice for Nation States

Crowdstrike's Global Threat Intel report details tactics used in nation-state attacks.

Researcher Develops Malware for Drones

Rahul Sasi has tested the malware on the DJI Phantom and Parrot AR.Drone 2.0.