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Category: Malware

Indians – The Major targets of Agent Smith

By Chaitra V M 0 Comment August 1, 2019

Indian cybercrime officials, tracking the recently detected Agent Smith malware, believe it is targeted at Indians, who constitute the highest number of victims so far. As per the report by Checkpoint, a private cybersecurity firm, Agent Smith is believed to have infected over 25 million devices so far. The malware, which derives its name from […]

How to Hack the Website | Types of Hacking and Protection from them

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment September 11, 2018

How to hack the site. Types of hacking and protection from them. Want to learn how to hack the website? Or vice versa, find out how you can protect yourself from hacking? Every day, there is a hacking of sites that are deleted or scammers require a ransom. As they say, the last one laughs […]

Ransomware

Warning by Europol over rising stats of Ransomware

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment August 17, 2018

Director of The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation, Rob Wainright has warned regarding the rise in number of  ransomware attacks to as many as 4000 per day. “What really concerns me is the sophistication of the capability, which is becoming good enough to really threaten parts of our critical infrastructure, certainly in the […]

Discovered a new Smartphone Malware ‘HiddenMiner’

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment April 3, 2018

Discovered a new Smartphone Malware ‘HiddenMiner’ Researchers from the company Trend Micro found malware that could disable the smartphone due to continuous mining. This is reported in the official blog. A virus called HiddenMiner was discovered inside applications that were distributed through third-party stores. Malicious software deceives users, forcing them to give the program access […]

Malware can be Spotted by Network Traffic

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment May 26, 2017

Malware can be spotted by network traffic:- Learning network traffic going to suspicious domains could demonstrate to security administrators that their network is afflicted with malware – months, before they might get a sample of the forward malware, says a new study out of the Georgia Institute of Technology. The researchers lurking behind the study […]

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