KODI add-ons spread cryptomining virus, ESET warns

These past years online streaming services almost completely took over the regular cable TVs allowing people to access their favorite shows and movies anywhere on any device, therefore with the increasing demand, various streaming services started to pop out offering comfort and entertainment in their own ways. One of them was Kodi, which today is facing … Continued

IRL app – a fun app for teens or a hidden mobile malware

These past months have brought a lot of attention from and to this, at the first glance innocent-looking, a mobile application called IRL app. IRL, which stands for ‘In Real Life’, was designed to send invitations to friends to hang out in reality with each other with various theme suggestions based on interests, area, holidays … Continued

Advisorsbot malware downloader is spreading rapidly via malspam

Last week Proofpoint researchers presented a malware discovery dubbed , which attacked banks and other finance-related companies via millions of bogus email messages (similar to Locky ransomware). The registered features, of Marap (reversed “param“) virus, were very similar to Trojan activity because after the infection it would download further modules and payloads, but what was interesting, … Continued

DeepLocker – the new Artificial Intelligence powered malware

For the past few decades, artificial intelligence (AI) has been increasingly taking over more and more tasks not only in the science/cyber world but our everyday lives as well. Logistics, medical diagnostics, statistics, economy, mathematics are now unimaginable without this machine intelligence, which at times acts like a sort of form of entertainment seeing computer trying to … Continued

Bitfi hacked? McAfee in denial?

As you may have heard last week, John McAfee a statement that his new Bitfi wallet is the world’s first impossible to hack device. He was so sure that offered $100,000 bounty reward for someone who will actually manage to hack the Bitfi, ending with a rotund expression “Money talks, bulls**t walks”. Of course, this … Continued

Rakhni – the new crypto mining ransomware

Cybersecurity specialists recently started noticing a lot of old malware like SmokeLoader, Zacinlo coming back to life with updated variants, most adding crypto miners to their other functions. The good old Rakhni (from 2013) was caught by the doing the same. Rakhi’s developers fell for the crypto trend and enhanced the ransomware with a crypto … Continued

Malware attacks decrease 20% during FIFA World Cup matches

Yesterday, anti-spyware software SpyHunter creator  that malware infections during the FIFA World Cup 2018 dropped around 20% worldwide, except for Russia (the host country) where they increased 5.98%.   EnigmaSoft analysis of the global SpyHunter reports showed that the virus infections during the last month decrease 19.88% on average whenever there’s a World soccer championship … Continued

Syscoin’s hacked GitHub account spreads virus

On June 14th, 2018 Syscoin reported on their that all users who have downloaded Windows Syscoin 3.0.4.1 installer should immediately read the . The message revealed that Syscoin’s Github account has been broken into and the Windows client was replaced with a malicious Arkei Stealer which logs wallet private keys and passwords. But the problem … Continued

FBI arrests 74 BEC scammers worldwide

Dark times have finally come to the virtual world criminals: FBI officially arrested 74 online scammers involved in the Business Email Compromising (BEC) crimes globally during the 6 months long ‘Operation Wire Wire’. The most lawbreakers were from the US (42) and Nigeria (29) and less in Mauritius (3), Canada (3) and Poland (3). Moreover, … Continued

Avast Secure Browser: is it worth the trust?

On June 6th, 2018 Czech cybersecurity software company Avast released a new type of product called . This extremely safe browser is expected to be a game-changer for all online shoppers and bankers, but cyber specialists and are not convinced, and in this article, you will learn why. Scott Curtiss, the director of new product … Continued

Apple’s USB Restricted Mode vs law enforcement

The new rumors are spreading around that after skipping the iOS 11.3 and 11.4 releases Apple is actually going to include the USB Restriction Mode feature into the final iOS 12 version in September. The company has tried this anti-data-theft mode in iOS 11.3 Beta version, but it never ended up as a default thing … Continued

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