North Korea Carried Out WannaCry Cyberattack, Says US

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This past Monday, the Trump administration publicly acknowledged the “fact” that North Korea indeed carried out the WannaCry attack. WannaCry, a computer worm, affected around 230,000 (some estimates say more than that) computer machines. That’s not the worst part. The worst part is that the WannaCary ransomware attack managed to target computer machines in over …

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A Ransomware Is Destroying Its Targets All Over The World

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On May 12, telecommunication companies such as Spanish telco got hit by a ransomware attack. Now, recent reports have revealed, the scale of the ransomware attack was much larger. And it included targets such as hospitals in the UK. Of course, all of that is still speculation but more and more experts are coming to …

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Top 3 Security Threats to Watch Out Online

Top 3 Security Threats to Watch Out

The way individuals and organizations use connected technologies day-to-day is evolving all of the time. As the inevitable march of digital progression continues, hackers and cyber criminals identify more ways to access our data, sabotage systems and generally cause havoc. With this in mind, it’s unsurprising that 2015 was the worst year on record for …

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How to Prevent Mobile Malware

How to prevent mobile 'Malware'

Malware is short for Malicious softWare, which is designed to damage or even disrupt the computer. The array of malware ranges from spyware to key loggers; some are for financial malware and includes ransomware. Protection against Malware is ‘anti-malware’ products in the simplistic terms, and there we have it.  Not much of an article though …

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Report: A new Android malware appears in every 18 seconds

A New Android Malware Appear in Every 18 Seconds

Latest Android vulnerability strains almost 440,000 malware discovered within the 1st quarter of 2015, or you can say that a new smartphone bug strain for Android is exposed every 18 seconds and 5000 times per day. According to a recent research from G DATA and its report about Mobile Malware in 2015, the financial bugs …

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Over 1/3 of corporates get to attack by Ransomware only

Over 13 of Corporates Attack by Ransomware

According to a latest research conducted by ESET (one of the best security vendors), more than 1/3 of businesses have been attack by ransomwares or know a corporate that has. ESET polled almost 200 cyber security experts at the yearly InfoSecurity Europe conference in June 2015, where the experts discovered that 84 percent of all …

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Becoming an Expert in 4 Stages of the Malware Analysis

Becoming an Expert in 4 Stages of Malware Analysis

Malware is a threat that affects an increasing part of the online world, according to several reports conducted by security experts and companies related to technology security. In the form of an example, Kaspersky Lab has reported the increase of financial malware (or else financial malicious software) to 28.4 million in 2013 and this has …

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Top 5 Malware Threats and Complete Removal Guide to Clean Infected Device

Top 5 Malware Threats and Complete Removal Guide

Malware stands for malicious software and is any type of software that intends to harm a computer. Of course, this is a broad term and it covers a great many different types of software that are under this umbrella. If you take a moment and look at the statistics, you will come to realize that …

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Ransomware now Being Spread through Ads

Ransomware Now Being Spread Through Ads

Sophisticated cybercriminals are now using adverts to install malware into users’ computers. The latest discovery is the use of infected ads which exploit a flaw in the Flash Player to install malware. A flaw in the Adobe Flash Player is being exploited by cybercriminals to install malware in the computers of users. In order to …

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How to Secure Yourself against CryptoLocker

How to Secure Yourself against CryptoLocker

Ransomware has been increasing rapidly over the past few years, being one of the major threats for Internet users universally. With the term of Ransomware, we refer to any malicious software that is installed without your consent and takes your data as hostage. Of course, this happens after the Ransomware finds an open hole and penetrates your …

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