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
Meta, a newly crafted information-stealing malware, is distributed via a vast spam spree. The mechanism of the stealer injection within this campaign is already well-known. However, Meta is now a mainstream tool among hackers. Therefore, further attacks featuring this
Password stealers, or PWS, is the specific malware type that attempts to get your passwords and other credentials. These viruses have been pretty widespread over the last seven years, giving cybercriminals access to the accounts of various individuals and companies. But many
Last weekend, unknown hackers managed to broke into the mail server of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Hackers used the access to send letters that imitated FBI alerts about cyberattacks and data theft. Spamhaus, a non-profit spam-tracking organization, reported
Experts from the FBI Internet Fraud Complaints Center (IC3) spoke about the activation of fraudsters in the field of the so-called “sextortion”. To denote such activity, the term sextortion is used, derived from the words sex and extortion. This tactic involves
Last weekend it became known that information of more than 500 million Facebook users leaked to the public. On the hacker forum, the data about 533 313 128 Facebook users were published. This dump includes phone numbers, names, Facebook IDs, email addresses, location
Discord virus is only the name of a spamming campaign that takes place on this communication platform. The exact type of malware you can get through these tricks may vary in an extensive range. Nonetheless, the fraudsters’ method to fool you cannot be named original.
Facebook virus is a common (and partially misguiding) name for spam messages in Facebook. These notifications are spread from accounts of your “friends” on Facebook. Don’t misunderstand. They didn’t become spammers – the reasons for such behavior do not depend on them.
Trustwave experts have discovered that pharmaceutical spam attackers have started to insert unusual URLs into their messages. Spammers hide behind hexadecimal IP addresses. They use hexadecimal IPs to bypass email filters and other security solutions. The idea is based on
The most dreaded chore for many of us is the weekly mail cleanup – answering all the overdue emails and deleting the ones that are of zero importance going ahead. But what is probably the most annoying parasite that latches onto emailing is annoying spam. There must