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Browser Hijacker

Stormstone Virus

Stormstone If you’ve recently detected a program called Stormstone on your computer, then you’re probably already aware of the changes it may impose. Stormstone is a new addition to the browser hijacker software category, and what it...

Mac Virus

Propel Sphere Mac

Propel Sphere Propel Sphere is an ad-generating and page-redirecting browser extension classified as a browser hijacker because of the unwelcome changes it introduces to the browser. Propel Sphere can change the search engine service and alter the...

Ransomware

Assm Virus

*Assm is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it. Assm Assm is a file-encrypting infection that belongs to the ransomware category and is designed to extort money from its victims through blackmail. Typically, Assm encrypts a list...

Trojan

Look who died Messenger Virus

Look who died “Look who died” is a harmful program that silently infiltrates computers, acquires Admin permissions on them, and launches malicious processes disguised as legitimate system ones. Threats like “Look who died”...

Browser Hijacker

Shaggyselectmast.com Virus

Shaggyselectmast Shaggyselectmast is an aggressive app that places ads and forces automatic page-redirects in the browsers of Windows computers. Shaggyselectmast is commonly found attached to Chrome, Firefox, and Edge browsers tampering with the...

Trojan

Wd Cloud.exe Virus

Wd Cloud.exe Wd Cloud.exe is a harmful computer virus that experts categorize as a Trojan Horse that can spy on you, steal your data, infect you with Ransomware, and more. Wd Cloud.exe is very stealthy and uses disguise to enter its victim’s...

Security News

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Cyber Security Weekly Recap (16-22.Jan)

A Backdoor backdoor that borrows features of the CIA’s Hive Malware has been found in the wild. A new backdoor that takes its features from the Hive multi-platform malware suite developed by the United States Central Intelligence...

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Cyber Security Weekly Recap (09-15 Jan.)

Kubernetes Clusters Affected by the Kinsing Cryptomalware The malicious actor who runs the Kinsing cryptojacking operation has been seen leveraging misconfigured and unprotected PostgreSQL servers in an attempt to get early access to Kubernetes...

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Cyber Security Weekly Recap (12-18 Dec.)

Linux Users Affected by CHAOS Malware, an Attack Vector for Cryptocurrency Mining An open-source remote access trojan (RAT) called CHAOS is used in cryptocurrency mining attacks against the Linux operating system. After being installed, the CHAOS...

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Cyber Security Weekly Recap (05-11 Dec.)

A SiriusXM flaw allows hackers to remotely unlock and start vulnerable vehicles Researchers in the field of cyber security have uncovered a flaw in the SiriusXM vehicle service that leaves Honda, Nissan, Infiniti, and Acura vehicles vulnerable to...

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Cyber security weekly recap (28 Nov. – 04 Dec.)

A Cross-Tenant Vulnerability in Amazon Web Services AppSync has been resolved. A cross-tenant vulnerability that could be exploited by an attacker to gain access to resources has been patched by Amazon Web Services (AWS). This vulnerability is a...

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Cyber security weekly recap (21-27 Nov.)

The infamous Emotet malware is back, and it’s launching a massive spam campaign. The notorious Emotet malware has reappeared as part of a massive malspam campaign that aims to distribute IcedID and Bumblebee payloads. Enterprise security firm...

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