Do You Need to Worry About Pegasus Spyware?

  You might have heard about Pegasus spyware – a malicious app that infects phones, then accesses and leaks the victim’s data: it can record video and audio by using the hacked phone’s camera and microphone, it can see what web pages the victim visits and read the content of those pages, including passwords and … Continued

Patch Vulnerable HP, Samsung, Xerox Printer Drivers

SentinelOne, a cybersecurity company,. Luckily, the vulnerable drivers have already been patched. Are you in danger? If you have or had a vulnerable printer, if you have a Windows PC, then this security bug may be relevant to you. Those who have a vulnerable driver on their computer should download and install a new, updated … Continued

Emails Carrying Archive Attachments Spread BazarBackdoor

Emails with archive attachments could be carrying ransomware. in which BazarBackdoor, a dangerous trojan, spreads in nested archives and a malicious image file. In short: if you get an email (such as one that looks like it’s from your work) with an archive attachment, download the archive and open it, then open one of the … Continued

Scammers Send Emails With Fake, Malicious Kaseya Patches

The Kaseya malware attack impacted around a thousand businesses. Naturally, many people are worried about their own cybersecurity. Scammers take advantage of this anxiety by spreading fake emails with a bogus “update” to “fix a vulnerability in Kaseya”. Guys please install the update from microsoft to protect against ransomware as soon as possible. This is fixing a … Continued

PuzzleMaker Exploited Google and Windows 10 Vulnerabilities

Kaspersky () recently revealed new malicious attacks that exploited vulnerabilities in Google Chrome and Windows 10. This attack chain was called PuzzleMaker. The PuzzleMaker malware used Google Chrome to infect Windows PCs, where it achieved Administrator privileges and downloaded and installed a backdoor. According to Kaspersky, the attacks were seen on April 14-15 and were targeted … Continued

RotaJakiro, a Mysterious Linux Backdoor, Emerges From Obscurity

RotaJakiro remained secret for years Linux malware is an uncommon sight (although not new). From time to time, malicious actors focus on this operating system and remind us that Linux users must be careful of malware, too. RotaJakiro is a backdoor that infects Linux systems. It has been infecting machines since 2018, but only became known … Continued

Mac M1-native Malware

Why M1-native malware is interesting Soon after Apple released M1 Macs, M1-native malware was discovered. This caused M1 users to wonder if their devices were vulnerable to cyber threats. The answer – no more vulnerable than always. There’s nothing special about M1 malware. M1 is a new architecture for Macs. It’s very energy-efficient while still … Continued

Setting up Security for Your New Mac

Computer security is paramount. Ensuring you have the basic security measures in place will save you from a lot of unnecessary trouble later. Here is an essential guide to setting up your Mac’s security: 1. Turn on automatic updates macOS updates have two objectives – make updates to your installed apps and improve your Mac’s … Continued

How Ransomware Spreads

Ransomware is very dangerous. It encrypts data in such a way that it is often impossible to restore it. As a result, the harm caused by ransomware can be immeasurable. There are a few different ways in which criminals spread their ransomware infections: phishing emails, open RDP access, and various security flaws. It’s important to be aware … Continued

How to Improve Your Online Privacy

You must have heard about instances when someone had to deal with identity theft. Being reckless on the internet may not seem like that big of a deal, but you could become the next target of someone who has the tools to take advantage of online user carelessness. Thankfully, there are ways to boost your … Continued

Silver Sparrow – MacOS Malware in Development

A new and widespread infection Silver Sparrow is malicious software that infects Mac devices. For now, it does not install any malware. But it’s a threat nevertheless. . The report says that Silver Sparrow can be traced back to at least August 2020. In February of 2021, it was discovered to have infected thirty thousand computers … Continued

Search Results Hijacked by Adrozek Malware

An active threat If you get nonsense links in the search results of Google and other search engines, your browser may just be infected with a dangerous trojan called Adrozek. Earlier this month, Adrozek was described by the Microsoft 365 Defender Research Team: . It described how this trojan infects computers and breaks web browsers … Continued

MacOS Backdoor Trojan in Email Spam

Malware in fake Word files MacOS backdoor malware is being distributed in malicious emails. Backdoors are ways for malware (or other unauthorized users) to get access to a computer or a network. They are difficult to detect for a normal user. This particular backdoor may arrive as an archive file (Zip) disguised as a Word … Continued

Sphinx banking trojan spreads in fake COVID-19 payment emails

Sphinx, a banking trojan that’s heavily based on Zeus/Terdot, was noticed spreading in COVID-19 themed phishing emails. Malicious emails Emails that promise COVID-19 payments are being sent to people in English-speaking countries. The emails claim to carry a form to fill out – a form that’s needed to receive a large sum of money, such … Continued

Android Banking Trojan Gets an Upgrade

What is Cerberus Here, we’re not talking about the antitheft app for Android that is also named “Cerberus”. We’re talking about a banking trojan developed for Android back in June of 2019. ThreatFabric has found that this Android malware has recently been enhanced with new tricks of a Remote Access Trojan (RAT). It can give cyber … Continued

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