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Anti Malware Protection
A group of phishing criminals called Silver Terrier originating from Nigeria was known to change its tactics to improve its success rate on getting more victims. The group is not known to conduct sophisticated phishing attacks, and they still heavily rely on email phishing campaigns. However the group seemed to be dedicated to do more...
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Android Malware
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Android Phishing App Catelites
Recently there has been a new Android malware which runs rampant that targets your bank credentials straight right off your fingertips. This is not a new case where phishing apps pretend to be a legitimate banking app just to steal your credentials. However, this time it keeps evolving and gets more deceitful. Adaptive Nature The...
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Rouge Employees Corporate Cybercrime, Anti-Malware Solution, Phishing Solutions
Employee gone rogue is definitely a threat to the integrity of your data, especially those who have a high rank due to their access and privilege, but fingers do not exclusively point to high ranking employees. What could be the possible risks? Data Theft Robbery(inside job) Online forgery Phishing activities A lot of incidents could...
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Growing Impact of Cybercrime | Cybercriminals | Cybercrime Solutions
How deeply rooted is cybercrime? Cybercrime has been rampant since the computer age started, from petty crimes such as performing weird functions on your computer to defacing, and now critical theft where even a country could even make an economy out of it. The first massive cybercrime attacks were back in 1989 when $70 million...
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phishing and malware attacks
Cybercriminals have a large range of tools and resources to launch phishing and malware attacks against online platforms. The dark web provides fertile grounds for criminals to opening discuss methodologies and trade new malware variants, types and processes. From well-established banking malware, such as Dyre, ZeuS and Kronos, to more recently discovered malware, such as...
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Ransomware: the new kind of malware
Ransomware is one of the greatest emerging cybercrime challenges. Ransomware is the largest malware taxonomy and most phishing emails in 2016 contain ransomware. The tactic of ransomware is to hold the victim to extortion by encrypting the victim’s documents, files or disks until the person pays a ransom fee via bitcoin or voucher. The main...
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Malware - Financial Trojans
Let us introduce the Top 4 Malware – Financial Trojans – Zeus, Carberp, Citadel and SpyEye. Later in this series of articles we will look into each malware (financial Trojan) in greater detail but allow us to make the formal introductions. Carberp Carberp was originally introduced as a typical financial Trojan. It was designed to...
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Real Time Phishing is Man in the Middle (MitM) attack
Real Time Phishing is a Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attack that allows the criminal to commit real time fraud. Stolen credentials from the phishing site are used to access the internet bank session in real time. Real time phishing allows the criminal to readily bypass banking authentication protocols. Real time phishing schemes take place over a web...
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Sending Spoofed Emails for Spear Phishing and Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attacks.
Criminals use spoofed email domain from addresses to launch Spear Phishing and Advanced Persistent Threat malware attacks. The “FROM” address of the sender’s email is maliciously changed to the victim’s domain. From the recipients point of view the email looks and feels like an internal email. Cybercriminals can easily send an email to anyone within...
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