Octopus Trojan disguises itself as Telegram messenger
Kaspersky has identified cyber-espionage attacks aimed at Central Asian diplomatic organisations.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.