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Malgent Virus

Malgent Malgent is a variant of a Trojan horse infection reported by security researchers. A threat like Malgent should be treated as a high priority as it can pose a great risk for your system and your online safety. If you have found a Trojan...


Obz Ransomware

Obz Obz is a dangerous malware variant that is categorized as ransomware. Obz can infect pretty much all operating systems and encrypt the files stored on its victims’ computers. Ransomware-based viruses are terrible computer infections that...


TickTackSpeedup Virus

  TickTackSpeedup Trojans are among the most dangerous malicious pieces of software in existence, and TickTackSpeedup is one of their latest representatives. If TickTackSpeedup is in your system, it is crucial that you have it removed as soon...

Browser Hijacker

Guesswhatnews Virus

Guesswhatnews Guesswhatnews 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, Guesswhatnews is not a malicious program...

Browser Hijacker

Actarpluctess Virus

*Source of claim SH can remove it. Actarpluctess Actarpluctess is a Browser hijacking software that may irritate you with pop-ups, advertisements, and auto-redirects while you browse the Internet. Aside from exposing you to different promotional...


Autoit v3 Script

*Source of claim SH can remove it. Autoit v3 Script Autoit v3 Script is a dangerous computer virus, reports of which have recently started to surface. Autoit v3 Script exhibits all the qualities and characteristics of a typical Trojan horse virus...

Security News


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...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (14-20 Nov.)

A Malicious SEO Campaign has compromised more than 15,000 WordPress sites Over 15,000 WordPress sites have been hijacked by a new malicious campaign that aims to redirect users to fake question-and-answer websites. Described by Sucuri as a smart...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (07-13 Nov.)

URLScan, a popular security scanner, was discovered to be leaking sensitive URLs and data. According to security specialists, there is “a treasure of sensitive information” seeping via the internet scanner urlscan.io. A study published...


Cyber security weekly recap (01-06 Nov)

Chinese hackers are deploying LODEINFO malware in a new, stealthy chain of infections. Attacks against Japanese organizations from the Chinese state-sponsored threat actor Stone Panda have been spotted using a new covert infection chain. Kaspersky...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (24-28 Oct.)

A 22-year-old flaw in the popular SQLite database library has been reported. The SQLite database library has a critical flaw that might be exploited by malicious actors to crash or take control of affected applications. The flaw was introduced as...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (17-21 Oct.)

Cybercriminals related to Black Basta Ransomware are using Qakbot to Deploy Brute Ratel C4 Black Basta threat actors have been seen employing the Qakbot trojan to drop the Brute Ratel C4 framework as a second-stage payload in recent security attacks...

News Bulletin

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