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Thousands of MSSQL databases compromised by MrbMiner malware

The MrbMiner Malware A new crypto-mining malware known under the name of MrbMiner has recently made its way to the top of the security news headlines. This threat is a creation of a gang of cybercriminals that, over a period of a few months, has...

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Cisco IOS XR vulnerability detected

Two days ago, on Saturday, the technology manufacturing company Cisco reported a newly-discovered (Zero-Day) vulnerability in their Internetwork Operating System (IOS) that is present in lots of Cisco products. The vulnerability is labeled as CVE...

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Tesla factory targeted in a hacking scheme

A Russian hacker attempted to hire a Tesla employee occupied in Tesla’s factory in Sparks, Nevada. This week, US authorities arrested a Russian national who traveled to the United States with the intentions to hire and convince an employee...

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New QBot Trojan Hijacks Email Threads In Outlook

QBot Trojan Malicious operators are utilizing a new QBot Trojan to intercept legal electronic messages in order to harvest financial details and credentials. Security researchers from Check Point have just released a research on one of the latest...

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Mask VPN Virus

Mask VPN Mask VPN is a dangerous and harmful computer threat that enters the computers of its victims using different disguise tactics. Once Mask VPN is inside the attacked machine, it gains access to sensitive system data and processes and...

Browser Hijacker

Pop Block Power

Pop Block Power Pop Block Power is an application for Chrome, Firefox, Edge and other Windows browsers that can annoy you with hundreds of pop-up ads, banners and promotional messages. In addition to that, Pop Block Power  may automatically...

Mac Virus

Boost Coordinator Mac

Boost Coordinator Boost Coordinator is a potentially unwanted Mac program that serves as a page-redirecting tool and can only operate when attached to a web browser. Programs like Boost Coordinator are usually referred to as browser hackers since...

Mac Virus

Operative State Mac

Operative State Operative State is an application of the browser hijacker category. Operative State can latch onto most popular web browsers in order to facilitate its advertising activities and generate profit for its developers. Usually software...

Mac Virus

Initial Window Mac

Initial Window Initial Window is a browser application built to open and fill the tabs and pages of any Mac browser with aggressive advertisements, pop-ups and auto-redirect prompts. In addition to that, Initial Window often tends to redirect the...

Trojan

Cobalt Strike Malware

Cobalt Strike Cobalt Strike is a legitimate tool used to detect system penetration vulnerabilities. Unfortunately Cobalt Strike can be manipulated by hackers into acting like a malware. There are numerous types of online threats that aim to hack the...

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