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How to get rid of a calendar virus on different devices

Calendar Virus Removal on iPhones & Mac

Calendar virus may not sound familiar to most users. What’s likely happening is that a calendar is spamming you with…

British Experts Scan All Devices in the Country Looking for Vulnerabilities

The UK’s National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) said its experts regularly scan all internet-accessible devices in the country to detect…

Logs of Internal Chats of the Russian Hacker Group Yanluowang Leaked to the Network

Information security experts report a hack of the Yanluowang hacker group, which compromised Cisco this summer. According to experts, internal…

Transport Layer Security (TLS): Difference Between TLS and HTTPS?

Transport Layer Security is a widely used security protocol designed to ensure confidentiality and data security when exchanging data over…

Emotet Botnet Resumed Activity after Five Months of Inactivity

The Emotet botnet resumed activity and began sending out malicious spam again after a five-month break, during which the malware…

SGAxe endangers Intel processors

SGAxe attack endangers Intel processors

As part of the June “Update Tuesday,” Intel fixed more than 20 different vulnerabilities in its products, including the SGAxe bug, which endangers several Intel processors. The manufacturer also released…

Microsoft fixed 129 vulnerabilities

On June “Patch Tuesday” Microsoft fixed 129 vulnerabilities in its products

“Patch Tuesday” this month became the largest in the history of Microsoft: were fixed at once 129 vulnerabilities. March 2020 with 115 corrections is in second place, and 113 corrections…

Google maps helps protect from COVID-19

Google Maps helps users protect themselves from COVID-19

Google has added a number of new features to its mapping service to help users protect themselves from COVID-19. Google Maps now provides travelers and people on duty with public…

Ransomware Tycoon uses JIMAGE

Tycoon ransomware uses exotic JIMAGE format to avoid detection

BlackBerry experts have discovered an unusual multi-platform (for Windows and Linux) ransomware Tycoon. It is written in Java and uses JIMAGE image files to avoid detection. Researchers believe Tycoon was…

YouTube Channel Credentials

Hacker forums show growing demand for credentials from YouTube channels

IntSights experts found that recently in the darknet there increased interest YouTube Channel Credentials, and also, as a “side effect”, this stimulates data verification activities. On hacker forums and sites…

Cybercriminals attacked UCSF

Cybercriminals attacked UCSF, US leading COVID-19 vaccine developer

Using ransomware, cybercriminals attacked the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), one of the leaders in developing a vaccine against COVID-19. The university administration confirmed to Bloomberg reporters that it…

Users seldom change passwords

Users seldom change passwords even after data leaks

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University found that users seldom change passwords even after receiving data leakage messages. Scientists estimate that only a third of users actually update access to their…

Vulnerability in Indian TikTok Clone

Vulnerability in Indian TikTok clone allows hacking user profiles

The Hacker News reports that Indian security specialist Rahul Kankral discovered a critical vulnerability in the Mitron Android application, which is a TikTok clone. The vulnerability allows you to capture…

Octopus Scanner Malware on GitHub

Octopus Scanner Malware Found On GitHub

GitHub developers have issued a warning about the appearance of the new Octopus Scanner malware, which is distributed ton the site through malicious Java projects. Octopus Scanner was discovered in…

Valak using Microsoft Exchange

Valak malware steals corporate data using Microsoft Exchange servers

Cyberreason Nocturnus experts said that the Valak bootloader discovered in 2019 now exploits vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange servers. It has become a full-fledged info-staler and attacks companies in the USA…

Experts confirmed LiveJournal leak.

Experts confirm data leak of 26 million LiveJournal users

In mid-May 2020, in the Telegram channel of the head of DeviceLock company Ashot Hovhannisyan appeared information on data leak of 33.7 million LiveJournal users. Now, experts have confirmed a…

Discord as a tool for stealing password

Hackers use Discord as a tool for stealing passwords

The Bleeping Computer magazine warns that the new version of the AnarchyGrabber Trojan steals passwords and tokens, disables 2FAs and distributes the malware to the victim’s friends. Moreover, attackers modify…