Makers of FTP application FileZilla have announced that tainted versions of their program are circulating the web. “StealZilla” steals FTP log-in credentials.
In recent weeks, tech news feeds have had a lot to say about the Syrian Electronic Army. Just last week this mysterious entity hacked CNN, and a few days before that they broke into Microsoft Office’s blog. If you’ve read the headlines but haven’t had the time to delve into the details, you might be […]
During the holiday season, Russian security software community Comss.ru held a “Why Emsisoft is Awesome” drawing contest. 1st place went to Peter Rodionov for his depiction of an Emsisoft warrior scanning the front for malware. Peter also illustrated an army of Emsisoft soldiers, with grey-bearded General Emsisoft leading the charge! For his impressive creativity, Peter […]
As some of you might know, Emsisoft keeps a close watch on the latest malware developments and documents everything we find at our Support Forum. Since we know that many of our customers simply don’t have the time to scroll through every single forum post, we have decided to start using this blog as place […]
German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) has announced a data breach affecting 16 million German Internet users. Find out if you’re one of them.
This Monday, password management app developer SplashData released a list of the 25 Worst Passwords of 2013. The complete list, which includes some of the weakest passwords known to humanity, is as follows…
The Internet of Things refers to where we’re headed as a society – a world of ubiquitous computing, where everything from your air conditioner to your toaster comes standard with a computer connected to the world wide web.
Emsisoft received Silver in the “Real-World Protection” category of AV-Comparatives’ 2013 Summary Review. This is a notable achievement for us, especially since 2013 was the very first year we competed.
This Wednesday, reports emerged revealing that hackers have been scraping LinkedIn.com for profile data since May 2013. As yet, who these hackers are remains a mystery, but LinkedIn has already made plans to sue them for everything they may or may not be worth.
Emsisoft presents part two of Hacking Identity Theft, an addendum designed to provide our readers with even more knowledge on entry points, tools, and means of prevention.
On January 3rd, independent cyber security company, Fox-IT, released a report revealing that someone had infected Yahoo’s advertising server with malware. Yet to be identified, the attacker loaded the server — which distributes advertisements to hundreds of thousands Yahoo users worldwide — with a slew of “malvertisements” designed to infect computers after a single click.
As of January 2nd, administrators on WoW’s support forum, Battle.net, announced that a dangerous Trojan targeting WoW players is circulating the web. Known as Disker or Disker64, the Trojan is spreading by posing as a World of Warcraft add-on from the game’s add-on manager, Curse Client.