Posts Tagged ‘Kaspersky Labs’

Oil, Pharma Firms Spying Victims

Oil, pharmaceutical, metal mining, software, and Internet-centric multi-billion dollar companies are now the focus of a team of hackers looking
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Trojan Proliferates on Android

In this year’s first quarter, one Trojan was responsible for 25 percent of attempted infections on Android devices. Trojan-SMS.AndroidOS.Stealer.a accounted
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Researchers Debate Shrinking Botnet

A second version of the Hlux/Kelihos botnet is still making the rounds and researchers say its size is getting smaller,
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PHP Servers Hacked

Two of the PHP Group’s servers ended up hacked and set up to serve malware, researchers said. The hackers compromised
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‘Hit and Run’ APT on Loose

An Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) team is targeting South Korean and Japanese companies, which is resulting in hitting the supply
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Hackers Hit Cloud for Android Attacks

A “loophole” in Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) lets attackers control some nasty Android Trojans. Cyber criminals use Google Cloud Messaging,
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Caribbean Isle Malicious Domain of Choice

Cyber criminals are increasingly relying on .lc domains in their malicious campaigns. The .lc domain is a country code top
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Apple IDs a Hacker’s Delight

Go to any industry function and look at what people are working on as they roam the halls: iPhones and
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Spam Leads to ZeuS

A new spam campaign is out that leverages the name of Australian telecom company TPG Telecom in an effort to
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Skype Malware Helps Mine for Bitcoins

Bitcoin’s digital currency has not escaped the notice of attackers, many of whom are turning their attention to finding ways
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