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What to Do if A Scammer Has Your Email Address?

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…

8 Best Practices How to Keep Your Windows 10 Computer Secure in 2022

Windows has valuable features, including comfortable tools for user PC and confidential data protection. Unfortunately, hackers are interested in breaking…

What is Geek Squad Email Scam? How To Avoid and Stay Safe

Suppose you receive an email from someone claiming to be from Geek Squad. He informs you about a transaction made…

Malware Hides in Images from the James Webb Telescope

Malware Hides in Images from the James Webb Telescope

Securonix researchers have noticed an interesting malware campaign that distributes a malware called GO#WEBBFUSCATOR written in Go. Hackers use phishing emails, malicious documents, and images from the James Webb telescope…

Hackers Are Now More Likely to Attack Not Large Hospitals, but Specialized Clinics

Hackers Are Now More Likely to Attack Not Large Hospitals, but Specialized Clinics

According to a new report from Critical Insight, hackers are increasingly targeting small healthcare companies and specialized clinics that lack the resources to defend themselves. While large healthcare systems, even…

Hidden Scams: Could QR Code Actually Be a Phishing Attack?

Hidden Scams: Could QR Code Actually Be a Phishing Attack?

Although QR codes have been around for more than 25 years, their use in everyday life has increased dramatically since the pandemic began. But is it always safe to scan…

The LockBit Group Is Taking on DDoS Attacks

The LockBit Group Is Taking on DDoS Attacks

Last week, after the information security company Entrust was hacked, the LockBit hacker group was subjected to powerful DDoS attacks. Now the hackers say they have improved DDoS protection and…

Black Hat SEO: Is Someone Phishing With Your Site Domain?

Black Hat SEO: Is Someone Phishing With Your Site Domain?

Search engine optimization (SEO) is a process of optimization and upgrading of websites to improve the ranking of search engine results pages and to attract traffic. Among other things, SEO…

Genshin Impact Game’s Anti-Cheat Driver Is Used to Disable Antiviruses

Genshin Impact Game’s Anti-Cheat Driver Is Used to Disable Antiviruses

Trend Micro experts have discovered that hackers are abusing the system anti-cheat driver of the popular game Genshin Impact to disable anti-virus software during ransomware attacks. Mhypro2.sys gives access to…

This Message Seems Dangerous -What to Do in 2022

This Message Seems Dangerous -What to Do in 2022

“This message seems dangerous” problem is common among people using SaasS services or monitoring applications. There are several reasons why Gmail messages display this banner both in your Inbox and…

Experts Demonstrate Data Extraction Using LEDs and a Gyroscope

Experts Demonstrate Data Extraction Using LEDs and a Gyroscope

This week, researchers have demonstrated two interesting ways to extract data from machines that are physically isolated from any networks and potentially dangerous peripherals at once. The GAIROSCOPE method suggests…

iOS VPN Bug Prevents Encryption of Traffic for Years, Researchers Say

iOS VPN Bug Prevents Encryption of Traffic for Years, Researchers Say

A few years ago, engineers at Proton Technologies, the company behind ProtonMail and ProtonVPN, talked about a bug in iOS 13.3.1 that prevents VPN apps from encryption of all traffic.…