The gang behind this dangerous ransomware program has earned US$1 million so far, researchers from Dell SecureWorks said
The number of vulnerabilities could reach a three-year low in 2014, but correctly assessing their risk can be hard, IBM researchers said
Backoff malware is stealing credit card details, according to a cybersecurity alert
It sounds like a pretty ominous security exploit, but it sure doesn't look easy to pull off.
The Cryptolocker crew has raked in a reported $30 million in ransom - and seems to be running their illegal data hijacking ring like a legit business.
More types of malicious software will be identified by Google's safe browsing service
Symantec finds most malware doesn't quit if it runs on VM, which used to be a sign it was being analyzed.
When malware masquerades as a feature enhancement, some users inevitably get duped.
CryptoLocker is a nasty bit of ransomware that encrypts all your files unless you fork over $300 in Bitcoin—but Fox-IT and FireEye can help you find the key for free.
60% of all internet traffic are from bots and half them are out to cause havok.