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What is Pegasus spyware?

Pegasus Spyware — The Most Dangerous Malware

Pegasus Spyware is a malicious program that is covered with multiple layers of secrets, rumours and false claims. That military-grade…

Top Working Antispyware Tips 2022

The user risks being compromised by using the Internet. The intruders are still trying to hijack your confidential data and…

What to Do if A Scammer Has Your Email Address?

Scammers usually hack into email accounts to send fake messages from a trusted address, making recipients fall for their tricks.…

Gamaredon Hack Group Uses New Malware to Attack Ukrainian Organizations

Cisco Talos analysts write that the Russian-speaking hack group Gamaredon (aka Primitive Bear, Shuckworm, IronTiden and Callisto) is attacking Ukrainian…

Attackers Began to Embed Keyloggers in Phishing Pages

Analysts from the Cyble company recorded an interesting phishing campaign against users from Greece: attackers began to embed keyloggers into…

Kr00k Wi-Fi Chips Vulnerability

Kr00k Wi-Fi-chips vulnerability affects over a billion devices

At the RSA 2020 conference, ESET specialists spoke about the new Kr00k vulnerability (CVE-2019-15126) that can be used to intercept and decrypt Wi-Fi traffic (WPA2). Researchers believe that the Kr00k…

Phishing sites use SSL

Almost three quarters of modern phishing sites use SSL

Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) experts in their new report on this cyber threat analyzed modern phishing techniques. They found out that almost three quarters of modern phishing sites use SSL…

IMP4GT Vulnerability Threats Smartphones

IMP4GT Vulnerability in LTE Threatens Almost All Modern Smartphones

Experts from Ruhr University reported an IMP4GT (IMPersonation Attacks in 4G NeTworks) problem. Modern LTE-enabled devices are vulnerable to IMP4GT, therefore, it threatens almost all smartphones, tablets, and IoT devices.…

WhatsApp Groups Indexes Google

Google Search Indexes WhatsApp Private Groups

Google search engine indexes invitations to WhatsApp groups (including links to private groups), which makes them visible and accessible to any user who wants to join the group. The journalist…

WhatsApp Phishing URLs

Number of linked with WhatsApp phishing URLs increased by 13 467%

According to Vade Secure’s report, the number of phishing URLs related to Facebook grew by 358,8%, and WhatsApp, by 13467%. Vade Secure published a report on phishing threats in the…

google adsense

Google AdSense users receive threat emails

Intruder sends threatening and ransom letters to website owners and users of the Google AdSense advertising service. Unknowns threaten to generate fake banner views with the help of bots and…

FSF sent to Microsoft HDD

FSF sent Microsoft developers an empty HDD for Windows 7 sources

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) sent Microsoft developers an empty HDD, asking company to write the Windows 7 source code. At the end of January 2020, in connection with the…

Samsung amends Android kernel

Samsung amends Android kernel that impair security

Jann Horn, Google Project Zero Specialist, studied the Android kernel, supplied by Samsung with its Galaxy A50 phones, and stated that the security mechanisms added by Samsung engineers to the…

Xhelper Trojan remains on device

Xhelper Trojan remains on the device even after resetting to factory settings

Xhelper malware continues to infect Android devices. Moreover, the Xhelper Trojan remains on the device even after deleting or completely resetting device to factory settings. According to Nathan Collier, Senior…

Microsoft recommends disabling SMBv1

Microsoft recommends Exchange administrators to disable SMBv1

Microsoft strongly recommends administrators disable the SMBv1 protocol on Exchange servers to protect against threats that exploit its vulnerabilities. Let me remind you that Microsoft has been implementing a systematic…

0-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer

Microsoft fixed 0-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer and 99 more bugs in its products

Recent February “update Tuesday” became the largest for Microsoft in a long time: within its framework were fixed almost 100 different bugs, including the 0-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer, which…

Increase of supply chains attacks

FBI warned about increase of supply chains attacks

The FBI has warned private sector companies of an active hacker campaign with the increase of supply chains attacks. Attackers seek to compromise software vendors by infecting developers with the…