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Anti Malware Protection
Android malware
A newly found type of Android malware has stolen cryptocurrency and banking data from in excess of 125 different applications. The “Gustuff” Trojan virus is said to pick up its popularity in the cybercriminal underworld given that it’s custom-made explicitly to take banking and crypto assets. Gustuff is accepted to be about a year old...
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Android apps
Our Mobile Application Monitoring team has been wary of the trend that mobile appstores including iTunes and Google Playstore has been getting malicious apps in their store. Now the deception of mobile apps continue, up to the point that it has reached the stage where it has been pre-installed by your Mobile Phone vendor. Classy...
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Ransomware
Risks when an operation gets disrupted How much does it affect a business no matter what size whenever its operations get disrupted? Huge sums of money, time, effort, and most of all the data that are involved in the operations of the business.  Consumer confidence? A plunge in the stakeholders confidence? How dangerous? Ransomware in...
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Gate.io Bitcoin Transactions Breached by Hacking StatCounter
Malicious Hackers have broken StatCounter, one of the web’s biggest web investigation stages, and have embedded pernicious code inside the organization’s principle website following content. As per Matthieu Faou, the ESET malware specialist who found the hack, this pernicious code seizes any Bitcoin exchanges made through the web interface of the Gate.io digital currency trade....
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Evernote for Windows
A researcher who uses the online moniker Sebao identified a stored XSS flaw in the Evernote app. He found that when a picture was added to a note and later renamed, JavaScript code could be added instead of a name. If the note was shared with another Evernote user, the code would get executed when...
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Artificial Intelligence
On Thursday, analysts from Darktrace (.PDF) said that the present risk scene is loaded with everything from content kiddies and shrewd assaults to cutting edge, state-supported ambushes, and in the last sense, assaults keep on developing. Be that as it may, for each refined assault presently being used, there is the potential for further advancement...
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Macos Malware
Malware creators are continually searching for new and inventive approaches to stay away from location and increment benefits, so a report that an evidently new method was being conveyed against macOS clients a week ago made them start up our Virtual Machines to perceive what our foes had concocted this time.   Old Dog, New...
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CryptoJacking
Malicious cyber criminals have just utilized a Canadian college’s system to do a huge cryptojacking effort. Nova Scotia’s St. Francis Xavier University found the assault a week ago and handicapped its system to remove the assault. The programmers allegedly introduced a malware to direct the assault.   In a statement released on Nov. 4, the...
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vulnerabilities
Two new zero-day vulnerabilities were found in Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) chips, which could uncover numerous endeavor firms from around the globe to remote code execution assaults. The arrangement of vulnerabilities were named as “Bleedingbit“. By abusing the bugs, an aggressor could possibly focus on a helpless framework found 100 to 300 feet away.   BLE...
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cryptocurrency mining malware
Cyber Security researchers have just discovered a new Russian malware, dubbed WebCobra, which harnesses victims’ computing power to mine for cryptocurrencies.   Coin mining malware is difficult to detect. Once a machine is compromised, a malicious app runs silently in the background with just one sign: performance degradation. As the malware increases power consumption, the...
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