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keepass adware malware

Fake Credential Management Software Spreading Adware

A website in France posing as a popular credential management software called KeePass Password manager was found spreading malware. The site is called, keepass{.}com is part of a large network of sites distributing adware to unsuspecting users.   Adwares are web programs, specially coded, and made to highlight and feature advertisements on websites you visit....
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vpn malware

Bugged VPN Apps From Cisco, F5, Palo Alto and Pulse Probed by DHS

Several enterprise VPN apps are vulnerable to a security bug that can allow an attacker to remotely break into a company’s internal network, according to a warning issued by The Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity division. An alert was published Friday by the government’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency following a public disclosure by CERT/CC,...
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technical support scams

Tech Support Scams Part 2: Freezing Chrome Browser to Panic Victims

We’ve tackled about fake tech support helpers in the past, pretending to fix PCs in exchange for either a fee or a victim’s credit card information. Now a certain exploit that Google Chrome already fixed last February has resurfaced – scammers trying to scare victims by making their browsers unresponsive.   These scammers abuse a...
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Online Love Scam Syndicate Busted

Online Love Scam Syndicate Busted

A syndicate associated with nearly $20 million worth of Internet love tricks has been disabled in a joint global activity including officers from Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. Eight Internet love trick cases detailed in Singapore, including in any event, around $450,000, were solved because of the joint task. The task was done in Malaysia...
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