Locker, a new ransomware variant was discovered last month. In a surprising turn of events the creator of the ransomware actually posted a public apology and promised to automatically decrypt files on affected systems.
Category Archives: Alerts & Outbreaks
Several home and office router brands are vulnerable to a unique, obfuscating CSRF attack that attackers are using to alter router DNS settings.
A new variant of the POS malware family has emerged that is capable of stealing track one and track two payment card data.
The FREAK vulnerability is yet to be forgotten, and already a similar major issue has come up. TLS security and Diffie-Hellman export keys are involved this time.
Malvertising networks lead users to ransomware using the Magnitude exploit kit. CryptoWall 3.0 is the first malware dropped.
Hackers are now using legitimate services offered by popular websites and blogs to masquerade their malicious operations.
Microsoft Word Intruder, a malware creation tool is being widely used to create booby-trapped RTF files. Watch out with those attachments!
Want to watch a “shocking video” on Facebook? Not a good idea. It is just a scam and the only end result is, the scammers making money out of your personal information.
Lenovo is facing heat once again after the Superfish debacle…
Macro malware returns, infecting over 500,000 computers through malicious documents spread via spam email.
The situation for a former JP Morgan employee is looking bleak as he is facing incriminating charges for selling sensitive customer banking information to supposed criminals.
Hackers can exploit unsecured, vulnerable technology in cities to cause blackouts, potential disasters, and denial of service.
Google releases a new chrome extension called “Password Alert” to combat phishing.
Researchers at a Washington University have discovered that it is possible for a hacker to potentially hijack a teleoperated surgery robot and ultimately control its movements and feed it commands remotely.
Web requests from China for a large number of websites were being redirected to wpkg.org, causing massive confusion.
The gang hacked into banks by cloning credit cards and then used them to withdraw money from various ATMs in several different locations.