Pegasus Spyware — The Most Dangerous Malware

Pegasus is an infamous spying tool developed by NSO Group

Pegasus Spyware is a malicious program that is covered with multiple layers of secrets, rumours and false claims. That military-grade malware is something like a legend, that sometimes makes people think it is rather mythical than real. Still, the real Pegasus appears from time to time, just to notify everyone that it is still the… Continue reading Pegasus Spyware — The Most Dangerous Malware

Google Report Companies Creating Mobile Spyware for Governments

Google Reveals An Italian Company to Sell Android and iOS Spyware to Governments In its blog, Google has published a report revealing that multiple companies have been crafting and selling spyware exploiting mobile devices’ zero-day vulnerabilities discovered by Google specialists last year. The post includes code fragments from the disputed malware. Over 30 companies turned… Continue reading Google Report Companies Creating Mobile Spyware for Governments

10 Signs That Your Computer Is Infected With Spyware

What Is Spyware? It is a malicious program that secretly gets installed onto your device. Sometimes you can get it by downloading together with other usually freeware programs and the others cases include someone who installed it on your device by themselves. In case with a freeware you get to download spyware without your explicitly… Continue reading 10 Signs That Your Computer Is Infected With Spyware

Famous Spyware Attacks: TOP Spyware Examples

Spyware can definitely be called the most sophisticated malware these days. It never acts openly, using tricky techniques, and appears more and more often together with other viruses. Together with its brother-in-law – stealer malware – spyware helps the cybercriminals to find and exfiltrate the data from attacked corporations. Moreover, ransomware that aims at individuals… Continue reading Famous Spyware Attacks: TOP Spyware Examples

FFDroider Stealer – the new hazard to your social networks

FFDroider Stealer, FFDroider malware, Stealer virus

FFDroider is an example of a modern stealer malware that aims at sensitive data in web browsers. The overall amount of new stealers that appeared in the first quarter of 2022 says a lot about the new malware trends. FFDroider Stealer is the second malware of this type that popped out last month. The BlackGuard… Continue reading FFDroider Stealer – the new hazard to your social networks

Meta Infostealer Malware Spread via Spam Campaign

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 software but with different scenarios are inevitable. This article explains how the current malspam scheme works.… Continue reading Meta Infostealer Malware Spread via Spam Campaign

What Is Password Stealer And How Dangerous Is It?

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 users don’t know how it works and how to avoid the PWS injection.… Continue reading What Is Password Stealer And How Dangerous Is It?

What is the worst computer virus? Figuring out

worst computer virus

Worst computer virus – what is it? Seems that anyone who has ever been infected asks this question. And each user will think that his case was more severe than someone’s else. Is that true? And which virus is really the worst? It is important to mention that computer viruses are not only “viruses”. Nowadays,… Continue reading What is the worst computer virus? Figuring out

Five Eyes Alliance, India and Japan Call for Backdoors in Software

Countries participating in the Five Eyes Alliance (which brings together intelligence agencies in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United States and the United Kingdom), as well as India and Japan, have once again urged tech companies to leave backdoors in their products so that law enforcement agencies have access to content in a readable and… Continue reading Five Eyes Alliance, India and Japan Call for Backdoors in Software