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Another malicious version of Transmission

You may recall an earlier infected version of the BitTorrent client Transmission. History has now almost repeated itself: this time it has been discovered that a recent version of Transmission has come with… 173 more words

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BitTorrent Client Transmission Again Victimized by OS X Malware

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

Just five months after

Researchers at security website We Live Security have

OSX/Keydnap executes itself in a similar manner as the previous Transmission ransomware… 367 more words

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Spyware found on Vietnam Airlines disguised as McAfee Antivirus

The spyware that recently infected Vietnam Airlines is revealed to be a variant of the Korplug RAT which disguises itself as a McAfee antivirus program according to analysis of the malware by Malwarebytes. 73 more words

Election Database breached in two US States

The FBI has issued a warning to election officials across the United States to harden their computer systems as they uncovered evidence that foreign hackers had penetrated two state election databases in recent weeks according to Yahoo News. 186 more words

Pegasus was sold for lawful use only

The NSO Group, an organization that reportedly specializes in ‘cyber-war’ which combined three iOS zero-day vulnerabliities into Pegasus malware claims that the malware was only sold to governnments under signed agreements to be used in a lawful manner. 83 more words

Is crapware now the price of blocking tracking?

If you use any form of ad blocker, or even a tracker blocker such as Better 1.0, you will undoubtedly have discovered that many commercial sites refuse all connections unless you turn your blocker off. 622 more words

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Locky: the encryptor taking the world by storm

In February 2016, the Internet was shaken by an epidemic caused by the new ransomware Trojan Locky (detected by Kaspersky Lab products as Trojan-Ransom.Win32.Locky). The Trojan has been actively propagating up to the present day. 1,743 more words

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