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Iranian Malware BlackRouter – evolved as a Ransomware

BlackRouter, a ransomware recognized in 2018 is currently being endorsed as a Raas by its maker. The individual behind BlackRouter, known as “MOH3NE2”, is accepted to be of Iranian origins.   This ransomware was identified by a cybersecurity scientist Petrovic and is found to have enhanced highlights, for example, a clock and an alternate GUI...
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Famous Dharma Ransomware Disguised as AntiVirus Software

The successful ransomware variant known as Dharma has been upgraded and is now able to disguise itself as legitimate Antivirus software to dupe its victims, according to a new cyber technology research. Dharma was first spotted in the wild in 2016 and has since claimed dozens of healthcare victims. In April 2017, Texas-based ABCD Pediatrics...
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Critical Atlassian Server Flaw Used by Hackers to Inject Trojans

A group of attackers are actively exploiting a critical vulnerability in Atlassian’s Confluence collaboration software to inject trojans and infect servers with the GandCrab ransomware. Confluence is a Java-based web application that provides a shared wiki-type workspace for enterprise employees and is used by tens of thousands of companies worldwide.   The vulnerability, tracked as...
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Satan Malware Attacking The Finance Sector with Ransomware

Cyber security specialists spotted two Satan Malware variations focusing on associations in the monetary segment with Monero excavators and ransomware.   The main variation of the malware, which security researchers seen toward the beginning of November, targets Linux and Windows frameworks and spreads by misusing different application vulnerabilities. In the wake of building up a...
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Malware Virus Removal Caused by RobinHood Ransomware Attack on Baltimore

Deciding whether you should pay a ransomware or not is a philosophical question until your systems were hit by a ransomware. The city of Baltimore is now on its fifth week battling a file-locking ransomware variant called RobinHood. It infected around 10,000 computers which prevents residents from obtaining building permits and business licenses including buying...
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MimiKatz Ransomware – Specially designed for Hacking

In this day and age, digital aggressors are consistently gaining ground in their hacking apparatuses and systems so as to accomplish a greater vindictive plan. Be that as it may, this does not mean they are for saking the essential instruments, methods, and systems when leading a digital assault.   Indeed, a large portion of...
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US Airport Systems Held Hostage By Ransomware

Hopkins International Airport is battling a ransomware attack that knocked out some displays and disabled email, according to multiple reports from Cleveland, Ohio. Hopkins International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Ohio, and the 43rd busiest airport in the United States by passenger numbers, according to Wikipedia.   The City of Cleveland and...
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Huntsville Hospital Data Breach

Huntsville Hospital in Alabama is informing work candidates about a data rupture that may have brought about the bargain of their own information. The data rupture happened in May 2018 yet the doctor’s facility came to think about it just in October 2018.   As indicated by the notice letters conveyed by the healing center,...
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Rakhni Trojan: A New Breed of Cryptomining

Rakhni Trojan: A New Breed of Cryptomining

Rakhni, an old ransomware dating as far back as the year 2013, recently stepped up its game by adding a new devastating algorithm with its arsenal of attacks. It now decides whether to demand ransomware or secretly profit by installing a miner. How It Works The malware is shared via email attachment, often disguised as...
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A Virus that decides whether your PC is good for Crypto-Mining or Ransomware

Rakhni: A Virus that decides whether your PC is good for Crypto-Mining or Ransomware

Ransomware and Cryptocurrency mining attacks have been very frequent this year. Attacking not only unsuspecting individuals, but corporate systems as well. They share a few similarities and mostly engage in digital currencies. And like other malwares and hacking tools, they are also on the verge of evolving. These are both non-complex intrusions in nature but...
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