Ransomware Operators Hides Malware Deeper In NSIS Installers

In the ransomware campaigns, a wave or new NSIS installers are used. These installers packed significant updates, indicating a collective move by hackers by modifying the way they package the malicious code. The changes are observed in the installers that drop ransomware variants including Locky, Cerber and many other. The cyber hackers are known to […]

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Banks worldwide under attack of new malware : Report Says

According to latest reports, large no. of banks and financial institutions are targeted for new round of watering hole attacks. Although no withdrawal of fund has been noticed but the presence of this hidden malware has been performing its function since October 2016. This malware has shown its negative impact over several predetermined targets. Actually […]

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New Sage Ransomware Found Using Same Distribution Channels as Locky Variants

Recently, Researchers at PhishMe made public some evidences against new Sage ransomware. According to them, Sage Ransomware is being distributed by the same distribution infrastructure as Locky ransomware family. It indicates that cyber punks are leveraging new cryptomalware variants, while continuing to utilize the reliable standby kits such as infamous Locky. For equal effectiveness and […]

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Newly Discovered ‘Fruitfly’ Malware Uses Antiquated Code to Run on Mac

Latest Research report of the Malwarebytes Security Firm reveals that ‘Fruitfly’ Malware is in the loose that runs using antiquated code on computer running Macintosh operating system. Apparently, ‘Fruitfly’ Malware is the Mac Malware of 2017, it was discovered on 17th January. Antiquated code allows the malware to remain undetected while running at the back […]

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Ransomware Attacks on CouchDB and Hadoop Servers: Know Why?

Week after week, ransomware attacks on database servers are increasing. In the beginning of the 2017, MongoDB was victimized and then ElasticSearch clusters were also taken over by the ransomware attackers. These attacks were performed for multi-purposes. Some of them demanded ransom and some of them didn’t. In some cases, we witnessed sort of ransomware […]

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Ransomware Attacks Los Angeles Valley College Server : Ransom paid $28,000

Recently, The Los Angeles Valley College server was attacked using Ransomware and the College agreed to pay $28,000 as ransom to involved Cyberpunks. During press release, the college officials revealed that the attack took place on December 30, 2016 and infected their entire network with the ransomware. Officials yet not made public any statement about […]

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LG Service Center Refuses to Repair Smart TV Infected With Android Ransomware

Android Ransomware Discovered, Infects LG Smart TV An Android ransomware is found in the wild infecting LG Smart TVs since it seems to be no surprise because security investigators have already made public some evidence that reveals Android-based smart TVs are vulnerable to such attacks. However, this infection incident is literally different. The Android ransomware […]

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