Microsoft this week patched a zero-day vulnerability in the Internet Explorer and Edge browsers being used in the AdGholas malvertising campaign.
Researchers who study exploit kits are reporting that two major kits, Angler and Nuclear, may no longer be available.
Exploits for an Adobe Flash Player zero day vulnerability have been folded into two exploit kits that are distributing ransomware to infected machines.
The Dyreza, or Dyre, Trojan has been spotted phishing credentials in attacks against the IT supply chain.
A pharming attack has been detected targeting home routers distributed from Brazil’s largest telco, a rare instance of a web-based attack changing DNS settings in order to redirect traffic.