Malware

What Is A Keylogger? How Your Keyboard Can Betray You

Out of all the different kinds of malware lurking on the internet, a program that watches you type doesn’t sound scary. Unfortunately, if they do sneak onto a system, they can cause some devastating privacy issues for the victim. Let’s...

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Study: Google Play Is Riddled With Thousands Of Data-stealing Counterfeit Apps

Google’s Android is facing a tough battle against malware apps, and there seems no end in sight. According to new research, Google’s Play Store is riddled with thousands of possible malware-ridden counterfeit apps and games. The two year study,...
Related topics: Google, Android Apps, Android, Mobile Technology

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Daily News Roundup: Malware In Your Pirated Software

Researchers at ESET and Malwarebytes have discovered crypto mining malware hidden in pirated music production software. The pirated software loads the malware in an emulated copy of Linux Preview Changes (opens in a new window)and can infect...
Related topics: Malwarebytes, Linux

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Millions Of Windows Dell Pcs Need Patching: Give-me-admin Security Gremlin Found Lurking In Bundled...

Can't spell SupportAssist without 'ass' and 'u' – other makers may be hit, too Dell's troubleshooting software SupportAssist, bundled with the US tech titan's home and business computers, has a security flaw that can be exploited by malware and...
Related topics: Dell

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Unique Multi-platform Monero Mining Malware Targets Audio Engineer Pirates

We’ve seen cryptocurrency hungry hackers hiding mining malware in Adobe Flash updates, and even in legitimate Windows updates, but now hackers are hiding it in cracked audio production software. Security researchers at ESET have uncovered a Monero...
Related topics: Hackers, Computer Security, Adobe

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Florida City Agrees To Pay Malware Ransom

“The Riviera Beach City Council authorized the city’s insurer to pay nearly $600,000 worth of ransom to regain access to data walled off through an attack on the city’s computer systems,” the Palm Beach Post reports. “The...

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Google Launches New Chrome Extension To Help Report Suspicious Sites

Not all the websites we visit on the internet are safe. Some are just filled with ads and no real content and some are filled with malware ready to infect the computers that visit them. However, the good news is that Google has launched a new Chrome...
Related topics: Google, Chrome

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How To Report Phishing And Malicious Websites In Google Chrome

Google now makes it much easier to report “suspicious websites” in Chrome. Websites you might want to report include phishing websites, sites hosting malware, and similar bad things. Google will use these reports to block websites for...
Related topics: Computer Security, Google, Chrome

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Fake News Media (and Ben Shapiro) Spread Hateful Smear On Alex Jones Sending Porn To Sandy Hook...

The establishment media is circulating fake news implying that Alex Jones is a child porn trafficker. In reality Jones is actually the victim of a malware attack. Paul Joseph Watson from Infowars detailed the latest smear by the liberal media. –...

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Smart Tv Malware Is Another Thing We Have To Worry About, According To Samsung

As if worrying about our phones and computers being infected with malware wasn’t bad enough, it seems that Samsung might have caused a bit of undue panic and stress with a recent warning/reminder that the company issued. In a now-deleted...
Related topics: Samsung

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The Best Antivirus For Macos Mojave

Antivirus research firm AV-TEST has conducted a new study to determine the best security software for macOS Mojave, focusing on malware detection, performance, and false positives. The results aren’t necessarily surprising, as the solutions...
Related topics: Computer Security

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Grandcrab Ransomware Authors Retire After Earning $2 Billion

There is no shortage of malware around the world but the most vicious kind are the ones that hold people’s precious files for ransom. Even worse are the ransomware that demand payment from victims knowing fully well that there is actually no...

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‘they Don’t Trust Him’: Ex-cia Operative Says Intel Officials’ Efforts To Conceal...

On Monday, former CIA officer Bob Baer told CNN’s Erin Burnett that he had never heard of a situation before like the new reports that intelligence officials concealed information from President Donald Trump about efforts to plant malware in...
Related topics: CIA, Intel, Donald Trump, CNN

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U.s. Reportedly Trying To Implant Malware That Could Sabotage Russia's Electrical Grid

The U.S. is shifting its cyber defense strategy toward a more offensive posture. This means implanting malware in adversaries' data networks in the event of future conflict.

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Daily News Roundup: Houdini Malware Targets Your Bank Account

A new variant of Houdini Malware is making the rounds. Through a combination of phishing tactics and link clicks, it tries to install and scrape bank account details via keylogging. As always, use caution when checking emails “from your...
Related topics: Computer Security

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Samsung Tv Antivirus Advice Leads To Iot Security Confusion

Add your smart TV to the list of things you need to run antivirus on, with Samsung surprising – and worrying – some of its owners with the advice that they should’ve been scanning their sets for malware. The unexpected guidance...
Related topics: Samsung, Computer Security

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Why Didn’t U.s. Cyber Command Brief Trump On Details Of Russian Power Grid Operation?

  Over the weekend, the New York Times reported that U.S. Cyber Command (USCC) has intensified digital incursion into Russia’s power grid. They have been inserting “potentially crippling malware inside the Russian system at a depth...

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Russia Expert's 2017 Prophecy About The Nuclear Threat Of Russiagate Is Coming True

Authored by Caitlin Johnstone via Medium.com, The New York Times has published an anonymously sourced report titled “U.S. Escalates Online Attacks on Russia’s Power Grid” about the “placement of potentially crippling malware inside the...
Related topics: Russia

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U.s. Cyber War Against Russia Without The President’s Knowledge?

The New York Times is out with an eyebrow-raising potentially blockbuster report about an alleged American program to place malware inside places such as Russia’s power grid, but the most disturbing thing about the report is the questions it...
Related topics: Russia

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The Us Planted Offensive Malware In Russia's Power Grid

The US appears to be acting on its promise to aggressively respond to cyberwarfare threats. New York Times sources say Cyber Command has planted offensive malware in Russia's electrical grid, not just reconnaissance as has been the case since...

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