Latest articles tagged “malware”

Latest articles tagged “malware”

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How to check for RottenSys and remove it from your Android phone
How to check for RottenSys and remove it from your Android phone
by Mihai Neacsu on 20 March 2018 · 1212 views
RottenSys is an adware package which comes pre-installed on some Android phones, before the users turn on the phones for the first time. RottenSys will aggressively show unwanted ads on infected Android phones. We'll cover here 2 ways to remove it. ... Read more
Is My Mobile Phone Being Monitored? Part 2/2: Necessary Actions To Take
Is My Mobile Phone Being Monitored? Part 2/2: Necessary Actions To Take
by Gary Oldwood on 11 April 2017 · 1044 views
If you're suspecting that your mobile phone is being monitored, then it's a good idea to take some preventing measures against such activities, which you can review in this second part of the "Is My Mobile Phone Being Monitored?" series. ... Read more
Is My Mobile Phone Being Monitored? Part 1/2: Reading The Signs
Is My Mobile Phone Being Monitored? Part 1/2: Reading The Signs
by Gary Oldwood on 11 April 2017 · 1376 views
In this first part of the "Is My Mobile Phone Being Monitored?" series, you can read about the signs indicating that your phone is actually being monitored. ... Read more
"HoeflerText Font Wasn't Found" Malware Attack For Chrome Identified
"HoeflerText Font Wasn't Found" Malware Attack For Chrome Identified
by Gary Oldwood on 24 February 2017 · 1351 views
A new malware has begun spreading in the internet, which convincingly asks you to install a supposedly missing font in your computer. Here is how you can identify it and avoid it. ... Read more
The Biggest Security Issues on Android Devices
The Biggest Security Issues on Android Devices
by Gary Oldwood on 11 October 2016 · 1928 views
There are several security risks that Android users have to protect themselves from every day- here they are, and what you can do about them. ... Read more
ESET Warns About Keydnap, The New OS X Malware That Steals Your Credentials
ESET Warns About Keydnap, The New OS X Malware That Steals Your Credentials
by Gary Oldwood on 15 July 2016 · 555 views
ESET's researchers are investigating Keydnap, a new Trojan that steals passwords and keys from the OS X keychains. ... Read more
Nymaim Malware Appears Again in Europe and North America
Nymaim Malware Appears Again in Europe and North America
by Gary Oldwood on 14 July 2016 · 564 views
After 3 years since its first outbreak, the Nymaim malware appears again and spreads through an aggressive spearphising campaign using malicious Microsoft Word attachments. ... Read more
Trend Micro Researchers Discover New Version of "Godless"
Trend Micro Researchers Discover New Version of "Godless"
by Gary Oldwood on 12 July 2016 · 485 views
A new version of Godless (as this malware's family has been named) was discovered by researches in Trend Micro. ... Read more
HummindBad Android Malware Has Infected 10 Million Devices
HummindBad Android Malware Has Infected 10 Million Devices
by Gary Oldwood on 7 July 2016 · 624 views
The Android malware that goes by the name HummingBad, which was discovered by security company Check Point in February, has infected 10 million devices so far. ... Read more
How to Download Something Without Getting a Virus
How to Download Something Without Getting a Virus
by Chris Thomas on 30 May 2016 · 2821 views
A 5-step guide on how to browse the web and download anything you want without getting a virus by using tools like Sandboxie, virtual machines, file scanning utilities, anti-virus software, firewalls, and process monitoring applications. ... Read more
How Windows 10 Could Finally Put an End to Malware in Windows
How Windows 10 Could Finally Put an End to Malware in Windows
by Chris Thomas on 5 December 2014 · 3137 views
Recent report indicate that Windows 10 could finally solve the majority of Windows' malware problems with improvements like two-factor authentication, support for cryptoprocessors, and ... Read more
Backup Malware Infects 395 Dairy Queen Stores With Card Data Stolen
Backup Malware Infects 395 Dairy Queen Stores With Card Data Stolen
by Pete Daniel on 11 October 2014 · 793 views
Point of sale equipment continues to be hit by malware targeting it like Backoff which it is now confirmed has infected 395 Dairy Queen ice cream stores across America. Payment card data has been stolen from Dairy Queen for many of its customers. ... Read more
A 4-Year Old Android Vulnerability Responsible for ID Thefts Remains Unpatched in Android L Preview
A 4-Year Old Android Vulnerability Responsible for ID Thefts Remains Unpatched in Android L Preview
by Dan Vlasic on 6 August 2014 · 842 views
As a result, the OS grants malware elite access permissions without taking the trouble to verify whether the app's ID is valid, or not. Once the user taps 'install' for such a malicious app, Android welcomes the thief as a policeman. ... Read more
Security Alert for Android: A Tool That Turns Android Apps Into Malware Goes on Sale
Security Alert for Android: A Tool That Turns Android Apps Into Malware Goes on Sale
by Dan Vlasic on 18 May 2014 · 816 views
A tool that trojanizes Android apps goes on sale, and anyone with $300 worth of Bitcoin can purchase the tool alongside with 24/7 support. ... Read more
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, the first line of defense for many, got a major update. What's new in 2.0?
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, the first line of defense for many, got a major update. What's new in 2.0?
by Pete Daniel on 10 April 2014 · 972 views
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.0 is the latest iteration from the stalwart of malware detection and removal. This version replaces the Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 1.75 version which came before it. The thing about Malwarebytes was that it was never one to ... Read more
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