Tag Archives: AntiVirus

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 […]

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 […]

Malware Turns to DNS and Steganography to Hide C&C Communications

Beware have good malware protection Malware operations evolve in a clever way By Catalin Cimpanu    19 Nov 2015, 16:36 GMT Dr. Chris Dietrich from Crowdstrike and Pierre-Marc Bureau from Dell SecureWorks have identified a trend in malware campaigns where operators resort to the DNS protocol and steganography to manage botnet communications. Steganography is the science […]

Click-Fraud Attack Morphs into Ransomware Risk in a Couple of Hours

Folks STOP CLICKING ON ADDS YOU ARE KILLING YOURSELVES.. Tech Support clean up runs from anywhere from 50.00 a hour to 500.00 per hour is what I charge… Suggestion use http://www.duckduckgo.com as your search engine NO ADDS TO CLICK ON…be conscious folks..its your money. By Ionut Ilascu    26 Jun 2015, 12:50 GMT CryptoWall infection does […]

Critical flaw in ESET products shows why spy groups are interested in antivirus programs..

Lucian Constantin IDG News Service Jun 24, 2015 10:52 AM Both Kaspersky Antivirus and Eset promise you the moon take your money and both are now compromised..why do you keep spending money on these firms crap software.. Boycott them and replace with better AV protection. The flaw could allow attackers to fully compromise systems via […]

RCS Spyware Goes Completely Undetected by Kaspersky Antivirus, ESET and 2 other Antivirus Products

Four products fail to identify the malicious running process By Ionut Ilascu A variant of Remote Control System (RCS) spyware collected a month ago goes completely under the radar of some antivirus products, a security researcher reports. RCS is a versatile product developed by Italian company Hacking Team that can work on different computer platforms, […]

Traffic from Google, Facebook, Twitter, Redirected to Cybercriminals Via New “DoubleDirect” Attack

Latest versions of iOS, Android and OS X are vulnerable By Ionut Ilascu    21 Nov 2014, 17:00 GMT A new type of man-in-the-middle (MitM) attack, called “DoubleDirect” is currently used in the wild to redirect mobile connections to major websites such as Google, Facebook and Twitter to a device controlled by the attacker. By getting […]

Hackers Ran Loose Inside JPMorgan Chase For 2 Months Before Getting Caught

By Gerry Smith/Huff Business It’s as if a robber were to break into a bank today and stay there until Christmas before someone noticed. That’s how long hackers had access to JPMorgan Chase’s computer system, The New York Times reported this week. If two months seems like an eternity for cyberthieves to wander through the […]

Malvertising campaign delivers digitally signed CryptoWall ransomware

By Lucian Constantin Sep 29, 2014 Folks you are flying blind if you do not have a separate HTTP scanner DO NOT CLICK ON ADDS BE SMART THE GOOGLES AN YAHOO’S AND FACEBOOK’S GET PAID FOR ADVERTISING THEY COULD CARE LESS ABOUT YOUR SYSTEM The cybercriminals behind the CryptoWall ransomware threat have stepped up their […]

IMPORTANT About 5 Million Google Account Credentials Dumped Online

September 10th, 2014, 09:05 GMT · By Ionut Ilascu Do you folks really want to play in Google playground ..They may be cheap but you get what you pay for NOTHING BUT GRIEF A database containing usernames and passwords for almost five million Google accounts emerged on a Russian forum late on September 9. The […]