Malware

How To Scan A File Or Folder For Malware With Microsoft Defender On Windows 10

On Windows 10, Microsoft Defender (formerly called “Windows Defender”) always scans files before you open them unless you’ve installed a third-party antivirus. You can also perform a quick scan of any file or folder, too....
Related topics: Microsoft, Computer Security

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Google Play Apps With 500,000 Downloads Subscribe Users To Costly Services

Enlarge (credit: portal gda / Flickr) Hackers and Google Play have been caught up in a tense dance over the past decade. The hackers sneak malware into the Google-owned Android app repository. Google throws it out and develops defenses to prevent...
Related topics: Google, Android Apps, Flickr, Hackers, Computer Security, Android, Mobile Technology

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'why Does My Search Engine Keep Changing To Yahoo?': How To Reset Your Browser Settings To Remove A...

If your default search engine keeps changing to Yahoo suddenly when you traditionally use Chrome, Safari, or Firefox to surf the web, your computer is likely afflicted with malware. Manually resetting your browser's settings should stop the Yahoo...
Related topics: Yahoo (tech), Chrome, Firefox

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Citrix Tells Everyone Not To Worry Too Much Over Its Latest Security Patches. Nsa's Former Top...

Eleven flaws cleaned up including one that may be exploited to sling malware downloads Citrix has issued patches for 11 CVE-listed security vulnerabilities in its various networking products.…
Related topics: Computer Security, NSA, Hackers

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Shopped Recently In A Small Online Store? Check This List To See If It Was One Of 570 Websites...

Jeepers, Keeper The payment-card-skimming Magecart malware has turned up on yet more websites, this time 570 spanning 55 countries, it emerged this week.…

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'cybersecurity Is Our Forte'

Cybersecurity is vital in times like this, where hackers use a situation like Covid-19 to double down on phishing scams and malware attacks. During the pandemic, HI Tech Hui has stepped up its outreach to businesses beyond educating owners on how...
Related topics: Computer Security, Hackers

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Google Removes 25 Apps From The Play Store, These Are The Ones You Need To Uninstall

Security company Evina has discovered 25 apps in the Google Play Store which is stealing your Facebook login data via fake Facebook Authentication pages. The Android malware apps cover a range of categories from flashlights to image editors, and...
Related topics: Google, Social Media, Android Apps, Facebook, Android, Mobile Technology

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An Old Piece Of Android Malware Is Back And More Dangerous Than Before

An old piece of Android malware called FakeSpy has resurfaced and is now targeting users across the United States and Western Europe. The app is capable of stealing a user's text messages, banking information, and app data. The malware spreads via a...
Related topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology

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Hold Off That Rush Into The July 4 Weekend – You May Need This: Microsoft Patches Pwn-by-picture...

Redmond also praised for blocking malware control systems on its clouds Microsoft has emitted a pair of security patches to address flaws in Windows 10 that can be potentially exploited by miscreants to hijack PCs. A victim simply needs to be...
Related topics: Microsoft

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“osx.evilquest” Malware/ransomware Located In The Wild, Fixes Available

Another reason not to trust heavily in pirated software. Per Thomas Reed of Malwarebytes, a new piece of macOS ransomware has been located online. The software, termed “OSX.EvilQuest,” poses as a Google Software Update app, and was...
Related topics: Osx, Malwarebytes, Google

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New Mac Ransomware Is Even More Sinister Than It Appears

The malware known as ThiefQuest or EvilQuest also has spyware capabilities that allow it to grab passwords and credit card numbers.
Related topics: Credit Cards

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Sneaky Mac Malware Is Posing As Flash Downloads

Plus: OnlyFans pirates, a nasty Netgear bug, and more of the week's top security news.
Related topics: Netgear

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Why You Can’t Just Vote On Your Phone During The Pandemic

Sue Halpern writes about the United States government’s efforts to explore Internet and mobile voting, and explains that online-voting programs are a security nightmare, vulnerable to malware and manipulation.

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Chrome Extensions Are 'the New Rootkit' Say Researchers Linking Surveillance Campaign To Israeli...

Galcomm retorts: 'The report is at least irresponsible, if not worse' Researchers at Awake Security have published a report on malicious extensions in the Chrome web store, making both specific claims of over 32 million downloads of one malware...
Related topics: Chrome

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Blackberry Deploys Malware Detection System With Intel Tie-up

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Related topics: BlackBerry, Intel

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From The Crew Behind The Sony Pictures Hack Comes Operation Interception: An Aerospace Cyber-attack...

North Korea's Lazarus Group at it again: Watch out for .rar files coming and going from your networks Threat intel researchers have uncovered a phishing and malware campaign that targeted "a large European aerospace company" and which was run by the...
Related topics: Sony, Intel, Computer Security

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2020’s 7 Most Secure Browsers Compared

It’s 2020, the internet is ALIVE, and you want to browse its worldly goodness. But you also know that being 2020, there is the potential for phishing attacks, malware, fake news, misinformation, and much more. So, how do you stay safe online?...
Related topics: Computer Security

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Fake Contact Tracing Apps Could Install Malware On Your Smartphone

Stephen Silver Technology, Smartphone users looking to participate in contact tracing to prevent the spread of coronavirus should keep an eye out for fake apps that are in fact out to infect their phones with malware, and possibly even steal from...
Related topics: Mobile Technology

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This Best-selling Vpn Is On Sale For 95% Off

If you’re still using the web without the protection of a Virtual Private Network (VPN), you’re leaving your devices open to a massive trove of cyber threats and malware attacks that can do everything from steal your browsing data to infiltrate...

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Number Of Malware Detected Increased Significantly In Q1 2020

Upstream’s Secure-D has recently shared new its new findings. Compared to June 2019, the number of malware detected has doubled to 29,000. That’s the number of malicious apps for Android discovered on the Google Play Store and other third-party...
Related topics: Android Apps, Android, Mobile Technology, Google

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