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Unit221b Secretly Helped Victims of Zeppelin Ransomware for 2 Years

Unit221b Secretly Helped Victims of Zeppelin Ransomware for 2 Years

Security professionals at Unit221b found vulnerabilities in the Zeppelin ransomware encryption mechanism. Experts managed to use them to create a…

What Is an Evil Twin Attack? How Does It Work?

How often do we connect to free Wi-Fi networks in public places? Whether to post Instagram stories with a cup…

Mirai Botnet RapperBot Conducts DDoS Attacks on Game Servers

The researchers warned that the RapperBot Mirai botnet has resumed activity, and now the updated malware is used for DDoS…

How to Stress Test Your PC’s CPU

Stress testing your CPU is the surest way to discover the true limits of your computer’s capabilities. Read on to…

PCspoF Attack Could Disable Orion Spacecraft

A team of researchers from the University of Michigan, the University of Pennsylvania, and NASA have detailed a TTEthernet (Time-Triggered…

Dangers of Paypal Scams: How To Protect Yourself from Paypal Email Scams

Dangers of Paypal Scams: How To Protect Yourself from Paypal Email Scams

PayPal has a reputation for being a safe and easy way to send and receive money. But no payment system is completely immune to fraud. Read on to learn more…

Attackers Hacked 15,000 Websites to Poison SEO

Attackers Hacked 15,000 Websites to Poison SEO

Sucuri analysts have discovered a massive hacking campaign in which the attackers hacked about 15,000 sites, mostly running WordPress. Let me remind you that we also wrote that 0-day Vulnerability…

Beware Snapchat Hacker Attacks: How to Stop Them

Beware Snapchat Hacker Attacks: How to Stop Them

There’s a demand for users to secure their privacy and security when using Snapchat. This is due to the fact that it’s one of the most popular social media platforms.…

How to get rid of a calendar virus on different devices

How to get rid of a calendar virus on different devices

Calendar virus may not sound familiar to most of users. What’s likely happening is that a calendar is spamming you with appointments; it’s just mistakenly appeared in your calendar. Whenever…

British Experts Scan All Devices in the Country Looking for Vulnerabilities

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 vulnerabilities. Let me remind you that we also wrote that…

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

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 chats of the group leaked to the network, showing that…

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

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 the Internet. In particular, we use TLS daily to encrypt…

Emotet Botnet Resumed Activity after Five Months of Inactivity

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 practically “lay low.” So far, Emotet is not delivering additional…

OpenSSL Patches Released and Critical Vulnerability Turns Out to be Not So Critical

OpenSSL Patches Released and Critical Vulnerability Turns Out to be Not So Critical

At the end of October, OpenSSL developers warned that the upcoming update to version 3.0.7 would close a critical vulnerability. Notably, this would only be the second critical bug in…