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Patch another Zero-day exploit of Google Chrome

A new Zero-day vulnerability was reported to Google anonymously on June 15, according to Srinivas Sista, Chrome’s technical program manager.  The flaw has been tracked as CVE-2021-30554 and, as per the information that is available...

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The Clop ransomware major gang arrested

On Wednesday, Ukrainian law enforcement authorities announced the arrest of the ransomware gang that stays behind the Clop ransomware. The officials claimed that they have also hit the infrastructure used in attacks targeting victims all over the...

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Critical ThroughTek Flaw

A security advisory published on Tuesday by the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warns ThroughTek software users  of a supply-chain vulnerability that, if exploited, may allow threat actors to gain unauthorized...

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Chinese hackers accused of the recent Air India data breach

New analysis has indicated that the attack on Air India, that lasted for nearly three months, and emanated from a threat actor from China known as APT41. On 21st of May, India’s flag carrier airline, Air India, announced that it suffered a...

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SteamHide Malware found within the Steam profile images

The SteamHide Malware While you may not know it, there is malware hidden within the Steam profile images. Codenamed SteamHide, experts suspect that this new malware loader is part of a large-scale operation. Researchers have found that the Steam...

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Google Chrome rolled out an urgent update

The Google Chrome urgent update Google Chrome version 91.0.4472.101 is now available for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux users. The announcement came on Wednesday when Google rolled out an urgent update for Chrome to fix 14 flaws, one of which has...

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Trojan

1665CsfFELrfiiubFZtLsGHGuqbUz1wXcz Bitcoin Email

1665CsfFELrfiiubFZtLsGHGuqbUz1wXcz A lot of online hackers (or at least, that’s what they claim to be) try to blackmail different users all over the Internet into making a ransom payment in a bitcoin wallet like...

Mac Virus

Apple Platform Security Alert

Apple Platform Security Apple Platform Security is an aggressive advertising Mac app that is aimed at popularizing certain sites by forcing your browser to page-redirect you to them. Apple Platform Security is usually included in installation...

Trojan

Matanbuchus Malware

Matanbuchus If the safety of your computer is currently threatened by the presence in its system of a malicious computer program named Matanbuchus, then you should most definitely read the following information, in order to acquaint yourself with...

Ransomware

Igvm Virus

Igvm Igvm is an advanced file-encrypting Ransomware virus designed to force its users to release a ransom payment by locking up their files. Igvm initially infects the computer and encrypts the user files without any obvious symptoms, and then...

Browser Hijacker

Linstersbig Virus

Linstersbig Linstersbig is an application that is used to reroute user traffic to predetermined websites and to fill the web browser’s screen with intrusive pay-per-click commercials. In general, Linstersbig is not a malicious program but its...

Browser Hijacker

Higher Captcha Settle Virus

Higher Captcha Settle Higher Captcha Settle is an application that looks like a browser add-on and can easily integrate with browsers like Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari. In reality, however, Higher Captcha Settle is a browser hijacker that can...

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