Over the last four years hackers have targeted 35 gaming companies around the world, according to new research.
Clicked on any weird links in Skype lately? Your computer might be mining Bitcoins for a hacker.
A piece of sophisticated spyware was recently discovered attacking global government entities. The malware is five years old and still running.
Researchers announced a new malware called miniFlame today that may be monitoring and stealing data from specific, highly profitable victims. It is a sister to the Flame malware that made headlines earlier this year.
Flame, the malware related to the infamous Stuxnet that hit Iranian nuclear systems in 2010, may have three sisters in the wild, according to new research by Russian security firm Kaspersky Lab.
Looks like the Gauss virus is giving researchers at Kaspersky Lab a hard time. The security firm is reaching out to the community for anyone who can help decrypt the malware’s payload.
Researchers at security firms Kaspersky Lab and Crysys Lab released tools today to detect if your computer is infected by the Gauss virus, a piece of malware that focuses on stealing bank account login credentials.
Kaspersky Lab announced a new piece of malware that specializes in obtaining login information for bank accounts in the Middle East. It’s called Gauss and is linked to Flame, Stuxnet, and Duqu.