RE: Bitdefender Advanced Threat Control Proactive Protection Against New and Emerging Threats Both in the MSP Model or Enterprise Model


Bitdefender’s Global Protective Network (GPN) performs 11 billion queries per day, and uses reflective models and advanced machine learning algorithms to extract malware patterns, ensuring real-time protection against any threat. The system detects, anticipates and takes action to neutralize even the newest dangers anywhere in the world. It updates the reputation of apps, email sources […]

Chrome Users Targeted by Websites Forcing Them to Install Extension to Leave


Feb 23, 2017 13:13 GMT  ·  By Gabriela Vatu  ·  Share: A new malvertising campaign targeting Chrome users has users redirected to a website they couldn’t leave without installing a malicious … Source: Chrome Users Targeted by Websites Forcing Them to Install Extension to Leave

Chrome Users Targeted by Websites Forcing Them to Install Extension to Leave


Feb 23, 2017 13:13 GMT  ·  By Gabriela Vatu  ·  Share: A new malvertising campaign targeting Chrome users has users redirected to a website they couldn’t leave without installing a malicious Chrome extension. While this isn’t exactly the common practice among malvertising, which usually redirect people to places where stronger malware can be delivered, including […]

MspPortal Partner Group


Well we MspPortal Partner Group finally went over 100,000 endpoints between all the product lines we deal with very exciting as a group. Especially after what LogicNow/GFI did to me last year 2 months before they sold to Solarwinds. A group like this benefits all of us. Quick Update and question I would like a […]

Cryptocurrency Mining Malware Discovered Targeting Seagate NAS Hard Drives


Malware authors have made around $86,400, so far Sep 9, 2016 05:40 GMT  ·  By Catalin Cimpanu A malware variant named Mal/Miner-C (also known as PhotoMiner) is infecting Internet-exposed Seagate Central Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices and using them to infect connected computers to mine for the Monero cryptocurrency. Miner-C, or PhotoMiner, appeared at the […]

IMPORTANT Backdoor Trojan Uses TeamViewer Components to Spy on PCs in Europe, Russia, US stripped-down version of the TeamViewer


If you are still using LogicNow/GFI you/your clients are probably susceptible to this Trojan. In fact, the two variants seem to be related because they both use stripped-down versions of the TeamViewer MspPortal Partners  new RMM product uses the commercial version of TeamViewer not the stripped-down Version, is not affected by this. Aug 16, 2016 […]

Health Clinic Sued Three Days After Announcing Massive Security Breach


Some people don’t like to wait when filing lawsuits; Aug 8, 2016 01:30 GMT  ·  By Catalin Cimpanu Three days after announcing a data breach that might have potentially affected a whopping 3.7 million patients, a US-based healthcare provider was sued for negligence by one of its employees in a class-action lawsuit. Personally they should […]

Criminal Group Uses LogMeIn to Compromise PoS Systems with Malware


Crooks deploy new malware called PosCardStealer Aug 9, 2016 13:01 GMT  ·  By Catalin Cimpanu A criminal group is using compromised LogMeIn accounts belonging to systems running PoS software to access those computers and infect them with the new PosCardStealer malware. At the end of June, PandaLabs was reporting on a wave of PoS infections […]

Chthonic Banking Trojan Distributed via Legitimate PayPal Emails


Victims would have a hard time spotting malicious emails Jul 26, 2016 23:50 GMT  ·  By Catalin Cimpanu  ·  Share: Legitimate emails sent from PayPal’s official email address included links that redirected users to a website that distributed Chthonic, a newer variant of the infamous Zeus banking trojan. At the source of this problem is […]

Backdoor Account Found in Dell Network Security Products


Dell SonicWall equipment came/comes with a hidden account Jul 20, 2016 21:04 GMT  ·  By Catalin Cimpanu Security researchers have discovered six serious security issues that plague several Dell SonicWall products, one of which is a hidden account with easy-to-guess credentials. US-based security firm Digital Defense, Inc. (DDI) found the issues and reported the problems […]