ZeuS Strikes Back on Mobile Bankers

By JDavis | 2/28/11 7:07 AM

A new variant of the ZeuS banking malware is targeting consumers who use their mobile phones to get two-factor authentication from ING Bank Slaski in Poland. This attack is similar to one that has occurred in Spain last September, according to researchers from the antivirus provider F-Secure.

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Critical Infrastructure Under Political Cyberattack

By JDavis | 10/20/10 12:33 PM

With the recent findings that the Stuxnet worm was indeed sophisticated malware designed as an industrial weapon, concerns about the cybersecurity of industrial and critical infrastructure are at an all time high. Now comes a report that over half of critical infrastructure has already been the target of politically-motivated attacks.

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