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Browser Hijacker

How to Remove Skyjem

Skyjem is a stubborn browser hijacker, similar to Fortify and the Searchisty Extension, that seems to mainly affect Opera GX and Chrome users but can also be seen in Edge, the regular Opera, and other Chromium browsers. The hijacker redirects all...

Browser Hijacker

How to delete Searchisty Extension from Chrome

The Searchisty extension is yet another rogue extension we detected recently, together with FortyFy and NebulaNanoel. All of the mentioned extensions are created by malware actors to enforce an active managed by organization state on the browser, to...

Trojan

How to Remove Bearfoos Malware From Your PC

The Bearfoos Trojan is a generic malware detection by Windows Defender, similar to Win.MxResIcn.Heur.Gen, that indicates a potential Trojan Horse infection in the system. While this warning is sometimes a false positive, you should take this malware...

Browser Hijacker

How to Remove Boyu.com.tr

Boyu.com.tr is what we call a browser hijacker or a browser redirect. It’s a rogue component that installs in your browser and gains elevator privileges. It then changes the homepage and default search engine and starts rerouting your searches...

Security News

News

Polyfill.io infects 100k websites with malware

If you’ve been following the latest cybersecurity news, you might have heard about the recent supply chain attack involving Polyfill.io. I somehow missed this until today, due to, well, researching other malware. But the attack proved...

News

Cyber Security Monthly Recap: April 2024

April is over, but if you want to know what important has happened during the month, check out our selection of major topics from the cyberseucrity world. The past weeks were marked with the release of a number of security updates and reports...

News

Cyber Security Monthly Recap: March 2024

Hi there, lovers of security! Did you miss our Cyber Security Monthly Recap? We’re back with the third installment of our monthly series, which consists of brief but informative tidbits to keep you informed about the Security and Safety sector...

News

Cyber Security Monthly Recap: January 2024

Welcome to the January 2024 edition of Cyber Security Monthly Recap. This month, we’ve seen some significant events that emphasize the importance of protecting our digital world. From legal challenges to critical vulnerabilities, January 2024...

News

Cyber Security Monthly Recap: December 2023

December 2023 in the cybersecurity world was marked by a series of significant developments, reflecting the ever-evolving nature of cyber threats and the continuous efforts to counteract them. This month witnessed a range of events, from...

News

Cyber Security Monthly Recap: November 2023

November 2023 was a busy month for cybersecurity, with many incidents and insights reported by various sources. Here are some of the highlights of what happened in the cyber world in the past month. Widespread Ransomware Attacks November 2023...

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