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ALERT: A new phishing campaign that steals login credentials and infects users with the Dyre banking Trojan targets JP Morgan Chase customers around the world.
After a weekend of service outages, PlayStation Network is back online. Reports indicate the gaming network was DDOSed by a group known as the Lizard Squad.
Emsisoft Anti-Malware 9 was rated a “solid and safe program” and has achieved an excellent score.
Alert: A new browser-based rogue called “Defru” pretends to find malware, attempts to sell you fake security products, and prevents connection to 300+ websites.
Malware emergencies. They come in every color, and they are anything but fun. The brand-new version of the only free 100% portable dual-scanner is now available.
A step-by-step tutorial for malware cleanup using Emsisoft Emergency Kit 9.
Facebookers beware. An old trick has struck again – it’s called the Facebook color changer, and research has confirmed that it is malware.
WordPress versions 3.5-3.9 and Drupal versions 6.x-7.x are vulnerable to a newly discovered denial of service attack that renders websites completely inaccessible.
Research from US-CERT reveals a new culprit behind point of sale data breaches. In 2014 alone, Backoff malware has affected 100s of United States retailers.