Malware

Never Download Apps from 3rd Party App Stores: New Paypal Trojan Detected In A Battery Saver App

Since 2008, Google has been warning the public to only source their apps from the official Google Play Store and not from 3rd party unknown app suppliers. Cybersecurity issues with…

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Banking Trojan Made in Brazil? A Brief Look

For decades, malware, especially those that can be considered as ‘weaponized’ have been proven developed by state-actors. State-actors are country-hired hackers, with the purpose of developing weaponized software in order…

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Mirai Botnet New Variant Takes Aim at x86 Linux Servers

A new variant of the Mirai botnet now takes aim at the x86 Linux servers in enterprise networks. It was just a couple of years ago that the chaotic Mira…

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Google’s Practical Action Against Malware and Its Authors

Android has grown from a minority player in the mobile operating system market of 2008, a world dominated by Research-in-Motion’s Blackberry and Microsoft Windows mobile. With 1 billion unique Android…

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Take a Look at L0rdix, The Super Malware Toolkit of 2018

Hacking tools have been available for public download and consumption for many decades. Many of which are open source in nature, does not cost users a dime and can be…

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New Pterodo Backdoor Malware Detected By Ukraine

The Computer Emergency Response Team of Ukraine (CERT-UA) and the Foreign Intelligence Service of Ukraine detected a new malware Pterodo Windows backdoor that was targeting computers at Ukrainian government agencies….

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Emotet Banking Trojan Family Re-emerges, Taps Malicious PDF/Doc Files to Spread

The Emotet family of banking malware has made an enormous resurgence for a couple of weeks now, targeting bank customers using a new batch of trojan-infested email spam. The new…

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12 Warning Signs That Help Identify Malware Infection

Gone are the days when installing an antivirus would give you ample protection against viruses and malware. Cybercriminals today have turned so sophisticated that they now come up with all…

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VirusTotal and USCyberCom Join Forces To Identify Malware

For fourteen years, since June 2004, VirusTotal has served the public’s interest of combating malware, by its online scanning system that aggregates many antivirus engines from the big majority of…

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Emotet Malware, the Most Probable Malware of the Year

The Emotet malware, which the US government warned about in July, has been provided with a new feature that allows it to steal all e-mails of 180 days and newer…

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