Category - News

This category covers the News section of HowToRemove.Guide. We primarily focus on news in the security and anti-malware industry, but not limited to them, as we have recently engaged in broader interests related to browsers, operating systems and their relationship to hardware.

User experience  has become a driving factor on the internet, merging areas which were once clearly separated. A prime subject in this is the intersection between the user privacy we all covet and how new features introduced to safeguard that privacy can be exploited by malware creators.


In a technological world of rapid change, we at HowToRemove.Guide need to be fully aware of how that world changes to ensure we can be at the driving edge of knowledge on what malware creators can use against every day users.

And the first step to that is to be constantly informed of all coming changes.


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (05-11 June)

Zero-Day Alert: Chrome’s New Patch Secures Vulnerable Users Against Actively Exploited Flaw Google announced an urgent update to their Chrome browser on Monday, addressing a high-severity vulnerability currently under active exploitation...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (29.05-04.06)

Beware of .ZIP Domains As Phishing Attackers Are Now Weaponizing Them In A New Scheme Cybercriminals have recently leveraged a new phishing technique known as “file archiver in the browser,” which creates realistic-looking phishing...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (22-28 May)

Bandit Stealer: Stealthy Malware Threatens Web Browsers and Crypto Wallets A new form of stealthy malware, named Bandit Stealer, is alarming cybersecurity experts with its ability to compromise multiple web browsers and cryptocurrency wallets. What...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (15-21 May)

AI Tool Seekers Beware: Rogue Sites Distributing RedLine Malware Users seeking AI tools such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT and Midjourney need to remain vigilant, as cyber threat actors exploit the popularity of these tools to spread RedLine Stealer...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (08-14 May)

New Stealthy Variant of Linux Backdoor BPFDoor Emerges from the Shadows Cybersecurity firm Deep Instinct has identified a new variant of the BPFDoor Linux backdoor malware that has remained mostly undetected in the wild. BPFDoor, also known as...


Cyber Seucirty Weekly Recap (01-07 May)

Microsoft Azure API Management Service Flaws Discovered Researchers have recently disclosed three new security flaws within Microsoft Azure API Management service, a platform that helps organizations publish, manage, and secure their APIs. These...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (24-30 April)

OpenAI’s ChatGPT Returns to Italy after Addressing Data Privacy Concerns OpenAI, the creator of ChatGPT, has recently returned to the Italian market after addressing the data protection authority’s concerns regarding the AI...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap 17-23 April

Lazarus Group Expands Arsenal with Linux Malware in Operation Dream Job The notorious North Korea-aligned Lazarus Group has extended its capabilities by incorporating Linux malware into a new campaign called Operation Dream Job, as reported by ESET...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (10-16.April)

Google Urgently Patches Actively Exploited Chrome Zero-Day Vulnerability Google has released an out-of-band update to fix an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability in its Chrome web browser, tracked as CVE-2023-2033. The high-severity flaw is a...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (03-09 April)

Rorschach Ransomware: Advanced Evasion Strategies Threaten Businesses A new, highly sophisticated ransomware strain called Rorschach has emerged, causing alarm among cybersecurity experts. Rorschach is unique in its high level of customization and...