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A VMware bug could result in a hypervisor takeover

VMWare’s Cloud Foundation, ESXi, Fusion, and Workstation platforms are vulnerable to a security flaw that might allow the hypervisor to take over in virtual environments. A patch is currently pending for some users. The heap-overflow...

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The Thales security group attacked by Lockbit ransomware

The Lockbit ransomware gang’s website states that it has infiltrated the Thales group and offers the company around 13 days to pay ransom before exposing the data it has exfiltrated to the public. While ransomware had a busy year in 2021, the...

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A fake Telegram app uses Purple Fox Malware to infiltrate PCs

Installers for the Telegram chat software have been compromised in order to spread the Windows-based Purple Fox backdoor. Research published by Minerva Labs reveals that the success of the attack stems from the fact that the attacker was dividing it...

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Ransomware

Vfgj Virus

Vfgj Vfgj is a malicious program that targets Windows users and encrypts their files. Vfgj is classified as ransomware, because it demands that victims pay in exchange for a decryption key for their files. The Vfgj virus ransom note Software of this...

Browser Hijacker

Krestinaful Virus

Krestinaful Krestinaful is a web marketing tool that integrates with browsers such as Chrome, Edge, and Firefox without the informed permission of the user and begins to show obstructive ads on the computer’s screen. Because of its invasive...

Mac Virus

Nearbyme.io

Nearbyme.io Nearbyme.io is a browser-hijacking website that presents itself as a search engine and that is able to take over the browsers of Mac users. The nearbyme.io hijacker can change the starting page and search engine of the browser, as well...

Trojan

RegHost

RegHost RegHost is a piece of malware that is typically distributed as a file that doesn’t look harmful so that most users do not suspect it is actually a virus. RegHost can be described as a Trojan Horse and it is a threat capable of many...

Browser Hijacker

S.viixie.com Virus

S.viixie.com S.viixie.com is what most cyber security researchers and specialists would refer to as a browser hijacker. S.viixie.com basically functions in a way similar to most other browser extension, only S.viixie.com is designed to generate...

Browser Hijacker

You have 3 viruses on your phone Scam

You have 3 viruses on your phone “You have 3 viruses on your phone” is a potentially unwanted software that could get installed on your device through file-bundling, attach itself to the main browser in the system, and make unwanted...

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