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Mac-specific malware: the false sense of security with Macs

Recent research shows, with the widespread use of Apple devices, Mac-specific malware and viruses are now widespread. Apple Macs were once thought to be safer than Windows. Hackers found it more worthwhile to target Windows based operating systems with malware and viruses. A recent study conducted by a veritable IT security firm reported Mac-specific malware...
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What Does the Recent Cryptocurrency Exchange Hack Mean for Crypto Cyber Security?

What Does the Recent Cryptocurrency Exchange Hack Mean for Crypto Cyber Security? One of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in Korea, Coinrail, was hacked in June. While Coinrail did not release an official figure for the stolen coins, The Guardian estimates that at least £27.8m worth of digital funds are now lost forever. The immediate result...
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Cyber Criminals

Cache Attack: Firefox as the New Weapon of Cyber Criminals

Web cache is data front liners that are automatically downloaded for faster bootup times during your next same-site visit. It’s a typical web practice that normally wouldn’t warrant any suspicions, but recent research now finds it vulnerable to abuse – and attack website’s visitors. The Research Team from PortSwigger Web Security, under the supervision of...
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RAT – From Remote Access Tool to Remote Access Trojan

Technology progressed as the needs of the people advanced. It can also be said that the needs were created, because technology advanced. With the advancement of technology we think about automating processes and doing things remotely, which is why Remote Access has been a popular software tool on computers to operate another computer from afar....
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Phishing Powered by Advertisement

Phishing Powered by Advertisement -Cryptocurrency Hack

      Basically, the criminals were able to get their ads approved by Adwords far too easily. They have been advertising their websites to appear on the topmost results whenever the desired keyword hits. The popular victims of these phishing attacks are cryptocurrency users and cryptocurrency exchanges, but not limited to those group of...
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SpriteCoin

Hottest New Currency They Say SpriteCoin

What is the new scam of the town? Cryptocurrency boom has been in effect and it has been the talk of town, a lot of businesses and individuals took advantage of the craze where some created their own cryptocurrencies to join in the hype. Of course cybercriminals also joined in the fray by using cryptocurrencies...
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malware-spyware

Ever Powerful Skygofree Android Malware

A wonderful serenity has taken possession of my entire soul, like these sweet mornings of spring which I enjoy with my whole heart. I am alone, and feel the charm of existence in this spot, which was created for the bliss of souls like mine. I am so happy, my dear friend, so absorbed in...
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Fraud Prevention tips

Click Jacking

Clicking Gone Wrong: Click Jacking and Click Baiting A lot of computer user love using the internet which leads to manage, and when users use the internet of course it is inevitable to open up a browser. Doing a lot of stuff on the web such as online shopping, social interaction and reading our emails....
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ransomware Malware removal

Not Petya Strikes Back as Bad Rabbit Ransomware

Fake News? What’s worse is a Ransomware to Ruin Your Day. People whose job is to gather information, do general research on current events may have been previous victims of fake news from Fake News Sites. Believing in false information could harm you intellectually and socially. What’s worse that could happen next, assuming people has...
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Growing Impact of Cybercrime | Cybercriminals | Cybercrime Solutions

Growing Impact of Cybercrime

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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