Malware News

Seven from ten Americans worried about holiday shopping identity theft (1)
SQLite bug impacts thousands of apps, including all Chromium-based browsers (1)
The Week in Ransomware - December 14th 2018 - Slow Week (1)
Bing recommends piracy tutorial when searching for Office 2019 (1)
Poor Security Could Leave U.S. Defenseless Against Missile Attacks (1)
Brazilian IT firm Tivit suffers data leak (1)
Malspam Campaign Impersonates UK Businesses to Target Victims With Banking Trojan (1)
Neofetch Creates Colorful System Information Screens using Ascii Art (1)
3 Security Tips for Small Banks and Credit Unions (1)
Shamoon Returns to Wipe Systems in Middle East, Europe (1)
Threat Roundup for Dec. 7 to Dec. 14 (1)
Beers with Talos EP 43: Espionage, Encryption, and CISO Square One (1)
Microsoft Launches AI Malware Prediction Competition with $25K Prize (1)
Facebook Faces Another Privacy Scandal (1)
This Week in Security News: Security Predictions and Malware Attacks (1)
Bitcoin Bomb Scare Associated with Sextortion Scammers (1)
Channel Scoop: December 14, 2018 (1)
123456 Is the Most Used Password for the 5th Year in a Row (1)
Signal: We can't include a backdoor in our app for the Australian government (1)
Facebook bug exposed private photos of 6.8 million users (1)
The Government’s Bioterror-Response Website May Be Leaking Sensitive Data (1)
Why I Bring My Authentic Self to Work at McAfee (1)
WordPress Security Patch Addresses Privacy Leak Bug (1)
Save the Children Charity Org Scammed for Almost $1 Million (1)
Facebook Photo API Bug Exposed Pics of Up to 6.8 Million Users (1)
Things I Hearted this Year 2018 (1)
Threat Hunting a growing need for businesses (1)
Webinar: OpenText corporate legal ops survey with Ari Kaplan (1)
IBM protects your cloud container data running under Kubernetes with encryption (1)
Fancy Bear exploits Brexit to target government groups with Zebrocy Trojan (1)