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DoubleLocker: Innovative Android Ransomware

ESET researchers have spotted the first-ever ransomware misusing Android accessibility services. On top of encrypting data, it also locks the device.

Detected by ESET products as Android/DoubleLocker.A, the ransomware is based on the foundations  703 more words

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Emotet beutet Outlook aus

Emotet ist seit mehreren Jahren eine bekannte Trojaner-Gruppe. Lag der Fokus zuvor auf Internetbanking, so hat sich Emotet heute zu einem modularen Downloader und Infostealer entwickelt. 753 more words


Nationwide Survey Says Half of All Business Owners Have Been Cyber Attacked - And Don't Know

(PRNewswire) One company became a victim when a cybercriminal infected it with a ransomware virus, taking its servers hostage and holding them for ransom.

Another business was attacked by an organized gang of cybercriminals that planned a complex social engineering scheme to steal customer credit card information by impersonating a third-party vendor and installing malware. 640 more words



By the mid-22nd Century, the commercial exploitation of the solar system is well established. Awarded rights to mine asteroids in stable orbit at Jupiter’s Lagrange points, the Trojan Ore Company has become one of the most successful enterprises to venture across interplanetary space. 7 more words

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The La Belle attack in April 1986: first Casus Belli against Gaddafi’s Libya

Below is the translation of three originally French articles from its author François Belliot, that were first published as a 3-part essay examining the La Belle discotheque attack… 10,481 more words


Money-making machine: Monero-mining malware

While the world is holding its breath, wondering where notorious cybercriminal groups like Lazarus or Telebots will strike next with another destructive malware such as WannaCryptor or Petya, there are many other, less aggressive, much stealthier and often very profitable operations going on. 1,466 more words

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Show Me The Money: Cybercriminals Deploying Diverse Range Of Banking Trojans And Ransomware, Says Check Point - Information Security Buzz

Check Point® Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ: CHKP) revealed that banking trojans were extensively used by cyber-criminals during August, with three variants appearing in the company’s latest Global Threat Impact Index.The Zeus, Ramnit and Trickbot banking trojans all appeared in the top ten.  57 more words

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