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Oct 16, 2018

Octopus Trojan disguises itself as Telegram messenger

Kaspersky has identified cyber-espionage attacks aimed at Central Asian diplomatic organisations.

Sep 26, 2018

Crypto-mining USB infections on the rise

Most USB devices can be converted to provide hidden storage compartments that could be used for the removal of stolen data, says Kaspersky Lab.

Sep 17, 2018

Mobile banking Trojan Asacub hits 40 000 per day

Asacub has held the leading position among mobile banking Trojans for the past year, says Kaspersky Lab.

Sep 17, 2018

Kaspersky debuts $10 000 cyber security contest

Students and young professionals are invited to join Secur'IT CUP and help solve complex cyber security issues.

Sep 11, 2018

LuckyMouse uses legitimate certificate to sign malware

The malware enables the criminals to execute all common tasks, as well as intercept network traffic, says Kaspersky Lab.


Attacks on industrial control systems increase

Most threats come via the Internet, which has become the main source of infection for industrial control system computers, says Kaspersky Lab.

Sep 3, 2018

Rise in multifunctional botnets

Botnet ownership is expensive, and to make a profit, criminals must be able to use each and every opportunity to get money out of malware, says Kaspersky Lab.

Aug 27, 2018

WASPA refines code of conduct to protect consumers

The wireless services consumer watchdog updates its code of conduct to address the mobile risks posed by malware and ransomware.

Aug 24, 2018

Lazarus targets macOS with crypto-currency malware

Upon installation, the Trojan provides attackers with almost unlimited access to the attacked computer, says Kaspersky Lab.


Mobile banking Trojan modifications reach all-time high

Mobile banking Trojans increased three-fold between Q1 and Q2 2018, says Kaspersky Lab.

Aug 2, 2018

Spear-phishing e-mails target industrial organisations

Due to a low level of cybersecurity awareness, industrial companies are a lucrative target for cybercriminals, says Kaspersky Lab.

Jul 30, 2018

Fileless crypto-miner PowerGhost targets corporates

PowerGhost uses multiple fileless techniques to discreetly gain a foothold in corporate networks and evade detection, says Kaspersky Lab.

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