How to Remove Windows Defender Security Warning Scam

Windows Defender label is not always trustworthy

Have you ever had a Windows Defender security warning pop up randomly while browsing? This type of malicious activity wants you to get in touch with scammers. Fortunately, you can quickly get rid of it. Next, we will tell you how to remove the Windows Defender security warning scam and protect yourself from other viruses.… Continue reading How to Remove Windows Defender Security Warning Scam

Why Does My Computer Keep Freezing: How to Prevent PC Crashes Randomly

What could be worse than Windows freezing at the most inconvenient moment?

As an active PC user, you have probably at least once encountered where your computer suddenly freezes while working on a project. Whether it’s a cursor hanging in place or a blue screen of death that requires a manual reboot of your computer to fix. If the answer is yes, don’t worry. Although it can… Continue reading Why Does My Computer Keep Freezing: How to Prevent PC Crashes Randomly

Hack Group Witchetty Hides Malware in the Windows Logo

Symantec researchers have discovered a malicious campaign by the hacker group Witchetty, which uses steganography to hide malware in an image with the Windows logo. Let me remind you that we also wrote that Hackers hide MageCart skimmers in social media buttons. Experts remind that the Witchetty hack group is associated with the Chinese group… Continue reading Hack Group Witchetty Hides Malware in the Windows Logo

Unofficial fixes released for 0-day issue in Windows Mobile Device Management Service

Unofficial fixes released for 0-day issue in Windows Mobile Device Management Service Access to Work or School. The problem is present on devices running Windows 10, version 1809 (and later). The bug is related to a bypass of the information disclosure patch (CVE-2021-24084) released by Microsoft engineers in February this year. This month, cybersecurity researcher… Continue reading Unofficial fixes released for 0-day issue in Windows Mobile Device Management Service

Cybersecurity researchers published an exploit for Windows that allows escalating privileges

Bleeping Computer reported that cybersecurity researcher has published an exploit for a new zero-day vulnerability that can be used to escalate local privileges in all supported versions of Windows, including Windows 10, Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022. The journalists write that they have already tried the exploit in action and were able to open… Continue reading Cybersecurity researchers published an exploit for Windows that allows escalating privileges

VirusTotal said that almost 95% of ransomware target Windows

VirusTotal specialists presented a large report on the recent ransomware activity and said that almost 95% of ransomware targets Windows. To do this, experts analyzed 80 million samples of ransomware. It turned out that in 2020 and the first half of 2021, a total of 130 different ransomware families were detected, and Israel, South Korea,… Continue reading VirusTotal said that almost 95% of ransomware target Windows

New Issues Found with Windows Print Spooler

Last month, cybersecurity experts inadvertently unveiled a PoC exploit for a dangerous problem related to the Windows Print Spooler service, which is a universal interface between OS, applications and local or network printers, allowing application developers to submit print jobs. As a result, an emergency patch was released for the vulnerability, which was criticized by… Continue reading New Issues Found with Windows Print Spooler

Exploit for dangerous PrintNightmare problem in Windows has been published online

A PoC exploit for the dangerous PrintNightmare vulnerability in Windows Print Spooler (spoolsv.exe) has been published online. This bug has ID CVE-2021-1675 and was patched by Microsoft just a couple of weeks ago, as part of June’s Patch Tuesday. Windows Print Spooler Service is a universal interface between OS, applications, and local or network printers,… Continue reading Exploit for dangerous PrintNightmare problem in Windows has been published online

Hackers Bypass Firewalls Using Windows Feature

Hackers now bypass firewalls using a legitimate component of the Windows operating system called Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS), installing malware into it. In 2020, hospitals, medical centres and nursing homes suffered from an ever-changing phishing campaign that spread the KEGTAP backdoor, which opened the way for Ryuk ransomware attacks. FireEye Mandiant recently discovered a… Continue reading Hackers Bypass Firewalls Using Windows Feature

Google experts exposed sophisticated hacking campaign against Windows and Android users

Google published a large report detailing how they exposed a sophisticated hacking campaign that was discovered back in early 2020. The campaign targeted Android and Windows users, and attackers exploited for attacks four zero-day vulnerabilities. The researchers say the attacks they discovered were carried out from two exploit servers (one for Android, the other for… Continue reading Google experts exposed sophisticated hacking campaign against Windows and Android users