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Active infections

Ukash Virus

13 July , 2012 15:37
 
ukash-virus

Ukash Virus is an aggressive group of ransomware scams that tries to swindle your money from you. It is a very convincing virus because it uses alerts presented as given by an official institution, e.g. local or country’s police. It locks your computer completely therefore the only thing you can do is to see the…

FBI Moneypak Virus

14 September , 2012 11:16
 
FBI-virus

FBI Moneypak Virus is one more dangerous ransomware that blocks targeted computer systems and tries to get money from their users. It uses the name of FBI and blames you for breaking the law by watching and distributing pornographic content files. According to the message of FBI Virus, you have to pay a fine of…

Delta-homes.com

5 July , 2013 08:07
 
delta-homes-com

  Delta-homes.com (can be named as WSE_Delta as well) is a search hijacker that is distributed through shareware programs starting August 2013. It is part of Delta Search network – a separate domain running the same software and using the same scams for distribution. Delta Homes is used to get advertisement money by forcing you seeing…

Latest infections

UnblockUPC Ransomware

26 September , 2016 05:56
 
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UnblockUPC ransomware was detected last week. This particular ransomware virus initially attacked Poland users. Later, Belgian users have reported to have been assaulted as well. UnblockUPC virus does not append any additional filename extension to the encrypted files, unlike many other crypto viruses, which use the extension as their brand. This crypto malware has also…

Additionalsearch.co.uk virus

26 September , 2016 05:03
 
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Additionalsearch.co.uk virus is a somewhat novel addition to the team of parasites and emerges from the house of browser hijackers. Its fundamental aim is to become in charge of users’ home pages, default search providers and new tab pages without getting an eligible nomination. Sometimes users are outsmarted into agreeing with terms that are open…

Xkh.croppedaflame.com pop-up

26 September , 2016 00:01
 

Xkh.croppedaflame.com is not your usual website and it will engage in controversial hustles. Its main goal is to promote third-party content which is going to be displayed in a form of a pop-up. This objectionable piece of advertising will be brought to computer screens during fragments of browsing. Xkh.croppedaflame.com pop-up can appear completely out of…

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Latest news

 

Yahoo Revealed about a Massive Security Breach in 2014

26 September , 2016 08:26
 

Only the last thursday on the 21st of September, 2016 Yahoo revealed that in late 2014 a massive data breach happened. At least 500 million user accounts were hacked. Such data as names, e-mails, hashed passwords (for the most part encrypted with bcrypt), phone numbers, dates of birth and answers to security questions were reported…

Millions of users has had their data exposed as a result of ClixSense data breach

16 September , 2016 07:11
 

Earlier this months cyber criminals have attacked ClixSense, a website that offers users to make money by completing surveys and watching various ads online, causing security issues for a lot of their users. The company admitted that this lead to breaching data of 6.6 million users. The data includes usernames, names, email addresses, dates of birth,…

Dropbox hack has lead to 68 million user data online

1 September , 2016 06:51
 

Last weekend, online storage service Dropbox has started to notify users that they should update their passwords if they haven’t done it since mid- 2012. Although the company claimed that this was only a preventative measure and they denied that it is related to security issues, apparently an estimated 68 million Dropbox user credentials have…

Ransomware families keep growing in 2016

26 August , 2016 07:14
 

Ransomware seem to dominate among all threats in 2016. According to TrendMicro, the number of new ransomware that were released in the first 6 months of this year is larger that the total amount of the ransomware released in 2015 by 172%. They claim to identify 79 new ransomware families by this time. The fact…

900 million sitting ducks: major flaws found in the chips for Android devices

9 August , 2016 08:40
 

Security researchers from Check Point have revealed a shocking discovery: about 900 million released Android phones were brought into this world with a significant error. If hackers would attempt to take advantage of such deviations from proper security measures, they would gain control over Android devices. Speaking more specifically, the mistake was made in the…