Dangerous Virus & Malware Threats in 2023

Users risk losing their data because of the rapid development of viruses and malware threats

Virus and malware threats are constantly evolving and become more sophisticated and more dangerous over time; this makes it extremely difficult to maintain your data’s security. Unless you’re adequately protected, you risk to become a victim of the latest computer viruses and malware attacks. In addition, cybercriminals are relentless. They will stop at nothing to… Continue reading Dangerous Virus & Malware Threats in 2023

Huge Ransomware List by Gridinsoft Research – Part #2

Even more ransomware attacks you should know about

We talked a lot about notorious ransomware examples in Part #1 of this series. Still, it was not enough to reveal all noteworthy ransomware attacks. In Part #2, we will have a look at notorious attacks and ransomware families – several groups that use a single ransomware sample or its subspecies. More Interesting Ransomware Attacks… Continue reading Huge Ransomware List by Gridinsoft Research – Part #2

Huge Ransomware List by Gridinsoft Research – Part #1

History knows a lot of really noteworthy ransomware attacks

Ransomware is rightfully considered one of the most dangerous types of malware. It attacks individuals and companies, creating a mess in their files and paralysing their work. And even being such a devastating malware, it manages to have its own favourites. Let’s have a look at the most notorious ransomware attacks that ever happened. What… Continue reading Huge Ransomware List by Gridinsoft Research – Part #1

Why Phishing is Still the Most Common Cyber Attack?

Phishing is an unspoken pandemy, which causes a lot of mess to both individuals and corporations

Unfortunately, millions of users worldwide are at risk every single day. Statistics show that a successful phishing attack occurs every 30 seconds, suggesting cybercriminals don’t stand still and evolve as their methods do. However, not only traditional phishing scams can damage a business – targeted phishing and CEO scams are much more devastating. Undoubtedly, IT… Continue reading Why Phishing is Still the Most Common Cyber Attack?

20 Dangerous Types of Cybersecurity Threats 2022

The cybersecurity threats in 2022 are more considerable than ever. Due to the emergence of efficient ransomware, coin miners, spyware, and so on, hacking has become a consistently profitable business. Knowing about cybersecurity threats is crucial because it livens up the safety measures. In addition, when you’re aware of what is up against you on… Continue reading 20 Dangerous Types of Cybersecurity Threats 2022

NASA has faced 6000 cyberattacks in the past four years

NASA has identified more than 6000 different cyberattacks over the past four years, according to a recent report from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The document states that NASA has institutional systems that are used for the day-to-day work of employees (this includes data centers, web services, computers and networks). NASA also has separate… Continue reading NASA has faced 6000 cyberattacks in the past four years

FBI investigates cyberattacks on two water supply systems in Pennsylvania

Last month, the local Water Action Response Network, which includes utility companies, sent emails to its members, informing that cyberattacks had affected two water supply systems. According to the letter, the hackers installed a web shell in the networks of enterprises for remote access to them. The attack was detected and stopped, and the FBI… Continue reading FBI investigates cyberattacks on two water supply systems in Pennsylvania

Trump declared a state of emergency due to cyberattacks on US energy systems

Last Friday, President Trump declared a state of emergency in the country due to cyberattacks on the US energy system. Now he is taking steps to protect the energy system from cyberattacks and foreign interference. The order prohibits the use of electrical equipment that was produced by the company under the control of a foreign… Continue reading Trump declared a state of emergency due to cyberattacks on US energy systems