Lidia Howler

Lidia is a web content creator with years of experience in the cyber-security sector. She helps readers with articles on malware removal and online security. Her strive for simplicity and well-researched information provides users with easy-to-follow It-related tips and step-by-step tutorials.

Ransomware

Nooa Virus

Nooa Nooa is a Ransomware cryptovirus that can make your files inaccessible by applying a secret encryption code to them. If your computer has been infected by Nooa, you will see a ransom-demanding notification somewhere on your screen. It’s...

Browser Hijacker

Wave Browser Malware

Wave browser Wave browser is a potentially unwanted browsing program developed by Wavesor software that gets installed via file-bundling. Although technically it’s not a virus, the Wave browser is regarded as a rogue app because it tends to make...

Trojan

Walliant Virus

Walliant Walliant is a rogue piece of software categorized by experts as a Trojan Horse threat. Walliant can tamper with the Registry and Startup settings to gain persistence and then perform various actions that the user hasn’t authorized and that...

News

UBEL – the successor of Oscorp Android malware

Android devices have recently become a target of a morphed banking malware that seems to have found a way to exploit accessibility features on Android smartphones and tablets with the intentions to steal user credentials from European banking...

News

Attackers may hijack Zimbra’s server

Researchers have found numerous security flaws in Zimbra email collaboration software, the exploitation of which may lead to email account compromise and even a full hijacking of the mail server. The news about the flaws came after cybersecurity...

Ransomware

Aeur Virus

Aeur Aeur is a Ransomware cryptovirus that applies a strong encryption algorithm to the data found in an infected computer. When done with this, Aeur demands a fixed amount of money as a ransom to provide the victims with a file-decryption key...

News

A PetitPotam attack now permits taking over Windows domains

An new NTLM Relay Attack dubbed PetitPotam has just been found, which may enable an attacker to take over an entire Windows domain. According to a report by the French security researcher GILLES Lionel (also known as Topotam), a new method named...

Browser Hijacker

Poshukach Virus

Poshukach Poshukach is a browser hijacker that changes the default search engine of the targeted browser with a rogue search engine of the same name. Poshukach also causes the browser to automatically open new tabs and pages in an attempt to promote...