An update to the Target breach theory.

January 17, 2014By Richard Melick

It was brought to our attention that the research published had flaws. To read our response, please click here: https://community.webroot.com/t5/Security-Industry-News/Update-to-the-Target-breach-theory/m-p/77825

Top consumer security predictions for 2014

December 31, 2013By Tyler Moffitt

Top Predictions for 2014 FBI/ICE MoneyPak Cryptolocker Rogues As this year comes to a close we’ve seen some measurable progress on the infiltration techniques for malware. We’re going to give you some insight…read more

French Android Users Hit again by SMS Trojan

August 21, 2012By Nathan Collier

Earlier this year, the SMS Trojan Foncy was discovered targeting French-speaking Android Users. Now, we’ve come across a new Trojan targeting them using a similar SMS scam.  The app pretends to be an…read more

Thre@t Reply: “Online Shopping” | Part 2 of 2

May 9, 2011By Grayson Milbourne

In the second of a two-part series with Threat Research Analyst Grayson Milbourne, we answer a question about how to stay safe when shopping online. In the previous video, Grayson discussed how to identify…read more

Thre@t Reply: “Online Shopping” | Part 1 of 2

May 2, 2011By Grayson Milbourne

In the latest Thre@t Reply video, Threat Research Analyst Grayson Milbourne answers a reader’s question about how to avoid being phished. The first step is to be able to identify whether you’re on…read more

Botnet malware targets MyYearbook

May 1, 2009By Andrew Brandt

The team here at Webroot has picked up on a Trojan that appears to target a relatively new social networking site: MyYearbook.com. The site caters to the high-school-age crowd with activities that include various kinds…read more

Phishing Trojan Targets Russian Finance Websites

April 13, 2009By Andrew Brandt

For a long time, we’ve heard about phishing attacks originating in Russia or eastern Europe that target western banks. There’s nothing surprising there. Latter-day Willie Suttons typically target big US or European banks because,…read more

Inane Shenanigans with Worm-Shiv

April 8, 2009By Andrew Brandt

It’s been a long time since I’ve worked on a malware file as singularly obnoxious as Worm-Shiv, a new worm we defined a few weeks ago. There isn’t anything especially technically avant-garde or…read more

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