Spams Can Be Dangerous, Says ESET
People need to be aware and proactive in protecting themselves from spam attacks, says ESET.
Cybercriminals use browsers to spread malicious programs
These attacks take place when visiting an infected website, without any intervention from the user and without their knowledge.
Top 7 developments in the global threat landscape
The resurrection of Koobface is a reminder that social networks continue to present a substantial opportunity for intercepting personal information.
White text spamming gets popular again
The method involves adding random pieces of text to the email in light grey font against a grey background.
Spam continues to be a concern for enterprises and end users
A new report by Sophos Labs reveals that India has ranked third on the list of the countries distributing spam across the world, after US and China.
Money-making malware to watch for in 2013
Study also identifies an increase in mobile advertising malware toolkits
India is top source of spam worldwide: report
Research reveals mainstream threats that are magnified by the next generation of workers’ online behaviour
Does decline in spam signal rise of other malware?
In this age of cyberwarfare and hacktivism, does spam stand a chance to be the preferred mode of attack by cybercriminals?
Cyber criminals use London Olympics to spread internet scam
Trend Micro Researchers have spotted some spammed messages using the 2012 Olympics as bait and most of these spams may even lead to monetary loss.
Security improvements within enterprise IT forcing hackers to adapt
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There has been progress in the fight against attacks due to the improvement in the quality of software. However, hackers are rethinking their tactics by targeting more niche IT loopholes, says IBM.