Hackers using government websites of Russian Federation for mining

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Cybercriminals used to generate cryptocurrencies not only computers of ordinary Internet users but also the resources of large companies, as well as the...

Researchers find out New Linux Backdoor

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Security researchers from Doctor Web, a Russian Anti-malware company, have detected a new backdoor dubbed Linux.BackDoor.Dklkt.1 that targets Linux operating systems.However, the signature of...

Russian APT attackers control the Hacked Machines using Twitter, Github

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Russian APT attackers have used an advanced type of backdoor which tries to avoid detection by adding layers of obfuscation and mimicking the...

Fake Android Virus alert says "Your Mobile compromised by Chinese Hackers"

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Fake virus alert is the technique used by the Cyber criminals to trick users into thinking their system have a virus then tell...

Beware of “unbreakable” Cryptolocker virus

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Photo Courtesy: ABCMany people are becoming victims of an encryption virus dubbed Cryptolocker which hijacks computer files and demands a ransom, if anyone...

Researchers detect Malvertising in PlentyOfFish

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Photo Courtesy: MalwarebytesResearchers from Malwarebytes Unpacked, a security firm, have detected a malvertising, which derived from “malicious advertising" uses online advertising to spread...

Researchers detect a new Android Trojan targeting users from china

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Photo Courtesy: Dr. WebSecurity researchers from Doctor Web, Russian anti-virus software developer, have detected another new Android Trojan, which is said...

iOS malware steals over 225,000 Apple accounts to create free App Utopia

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Researcher from Palo Alto Networks, a computer security firm, have found out that hackers, who have targeting jail-broken iPhones, have raided more than...

CAPTCHA-bypassing malware found in Google Play

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(PC-google images) Bitdefender Security Researcher, Liviu Arsene has recently revealed that a malware, identified as Android.Trojan.MKero.A has found its way into the highly legitimate...

New Android Ransomware locks Victim’s Phone Permanently

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Security researchers at ESET have discovered the first malware that could allow an attacker to reset the PIN of anyone’s phone to permanently...