Backdoor and Reverse Shell are very similar, which may lead you to believe they are the same thing. But take your time with conclusions on this point; we have given you the below guidance on the difference between the two mechanisms. What is Backdoor? Backdoors are methods of bypassing a computer’s security measures that aren’t… Continue reading Reverse Shell vs. Backdoor : What is the Differences?
Identity theft is a rather unpleasant crime. Cybercriminals can not only empty your wallet but also stalk your digital space and may even use it to commit crimes on your behalf. Since criminals invent new tricks daily, keeping yourself safe is pretty hard. So we’ve set together some essential tips to help prevent identity theft… Continue reading Signs of Identity Theft: How to Prevent It?
Windows has valuable features, including comfortable tools for user PC and confidential data protection. Unfortunately, hackers are interested in breaking into this operating system, as Windows occupies more than 85% of user devices. Also, this OS has many vulnerabilities that attackers try to use. In the following guide, you will find some essential tips on… Continue reading Windows Security | How to Keep Your Windows 10 Computer Secure in 2022
ESET experts have discovered the CloudMensis malware, which is used to create backdoors on devices running macOS and subsequently steal information. The malware received its name due to the fact that it uses pCloud, Dropbox and Yandex.Disk cloud storages as control servers. Let me remind you that we also wrote that Vulnerability in macOS Leads… Continue reading CloudMensis Malware Attacks MacOS Users
What is the Deadliest Virus in History? On November 11, 1983, the first virus was written, which ushered in a new era of dangerous programs for computers. An American student at the University of Southern California, Fred Cohen, wrote a program that demonstrated the ability to infect a computer at a virus reproduction rate of… Continue reading Which Deadliest Virus in History? Types to Remember
Symbiote Backdoor: a Stealthy and Highly Evasive Linux Malware Researchers at Blackberry and Intezer have revealed a malignant program dubbed Symbiote used to inject rootkits and backdoors into compromised Linux servers. This software has been targeting financial institutions throughout South America. To install the pest into the system, the malefactors need root access, which they… Continue reading SYMBIOTE Backdoor and Rootkit Dropper Revealed
The New Chinese Spying Threat Actor Identified SentinelLabs, an American cybersecurity company, has reported about a Chinese hacking group Aoqin Dragon, which has managed to conduct successful spying activities against companies in Australia and South Asia for about ten years without being tracked. Different cybersecurity companies partially encountered the group’s actions in the past, but… Continue reading Chinese Hacker Group Revealed after a Decade of Undetected Espionage
In this article, we will consider one of the vilest, unpleasant, seemingly harmless, malware. We will present you here all about Trojan malware, its types, examples of how to avoid it, and how to defend against it. And if you are already faced with such a problem then read carefully everything that will be presented… Continue reading Facts to Remember About Trojan Malware
Cyber attacks technologies have become more sophisticated and sophisticated in the world. Any website is subject to these attacks, from which side is not clear, but you have to understand this since you use the Internet and enter your data. Yes, personal data is one of the tastiest things for intruders. They abuse your data,… Continue reading Most Common Cyber Attacks Today: Tips for Protection
The products by WSO2, an open-source API, applications, and web services provider, have been attacked in the wild through the CVE-2022-29464 vulnerability detected back in April 2022. This vulnerability allows attackers to execute malicious code remotely via unhindered file uploading. The scheme of the attack begins with web shell installation through *.jsp or *.war files… Continue reading A WSO2 Vulnerability is Fraught with Remote Code Execution