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Android Warning: A Latest Malicious Application just hits the Play Store

By Dibya Nayani Senapati 0 Comment August 24, 2019

Google Play store is one of the most trusted platforms for the android user and most of the android users use Google Play store to download any application, but this much blind trust can be dangerous for you because security Researchers discovered a dangerous spyware app which hits the official Play store, twice.  The application […]

What is Spyware?

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment December 18, 2018

The presence of such a virus in the system is almost imperceptible to the user and is often not detectable. It collects information about the search history, habits and preferences of the victim, as well as his confidential data and forwards the collected information to remote servers owned by the attackers. On mobile devices, spyware can also […]

HP Accused of Hidden Installation of Spyware

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment December 7, 2017

One of the largest hardware manufacturers, HP, was accused of installing spyware on users’ computers without their knowledge. In addition, users complain that the HP Touchpoint Analytics Service, designed to collect telemetry data from the analytical services of HP Touchpoint, slows down the device. For the first time about this software reported one of the […]

First Ever Data Stealing Malware Found Using Intel AMT Tool to Bypass Firewall

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment June 9, 2017

Really not hard for a well-funded state-sponsored hacking group to break into corporate sites and compromise systems with malware, but what’s challenging to them is to keep that back door and its communication undetectable from a firewall and other network monitoring applications. However, a cyber-espionage group known as “Platinum, ” that is positively targeting governmental […]

Beware! Microsoft PowerPoint Hack Installs Malware Without Requiring Macros

By Chandan Singh 0 Comment June 8, 2017

“Disable macros and always be extra careful when you manually permit it while opening Microsoft Office Word documents. ” You might have heard of precedent security warning multiple times on the Internet as hackers usually leverage this decade old macros-based cracking technique to hack computer systems through specially crafted Microsoft Office files, particularly word, attached […]

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