You reached to a webpage where Google Chrome shows "The site ahead contains malware", but here is a super super easy way to get past that warning, just type a type and Viola! In this post we also discussed some potential tools to solve this as well.
Earlier we have seen hackers stealing money from ATM using infected USBs in Malaysia. But this time, it went even bigger. Lately, a Latin American gang of cyber criminals just hacked 17 ATM machines in Malaysia with new methods and stole $1.2 million!
We extensively covered the vulnerability in the OpenSSL protocol that put three-quarters of the internet at security risk recently and came to be known as 'Heartbleed.' Now, a malware is being spread masquerading as a 'Heartbleed Bug Removal Tool.'
VirusTotal is a Google-owned site that provides free tools to scan for viruses and other security threats. The company has now released a Mac-compatible version of its flagship VirusTotal uploader app, available for free.
We recently reported how an attacker leveraged the servers of anti-DDoS services to launch a massive DDoS attack. This signifies a shift in the DDoS landscape, with the attacks getting more sophisticated. Here's a bird's eye view of this particular mode of cyber attack.
Facebook is fast becoming a popular platform for hackers who use blatant scams to lure the users and install malware on their machines. A recent barrage of videos about ghosts or other supernatural phenomenon makes use of this technique to possibly compromise user accounts.
Wireless routers have become a fairly common accessory for users at home and at office both. But if you have a Linksys router at either of the two places, you may be in trouble. A malware is currently targeting specific Linksys models.
Google's Android platform is a favorite among the authors of malicious apps and malware. Being open source, it's just an easy target. If you use Android, the best thing to do is install a good enough firewall to ward off these security threats.
SpyEye malware kit has long been deemed as a huge threat for the banking industry. The kit enables hackers to infiltrate banking systems with ease and make away with money. The creator of the malware, Aleksander Panin, has now been arrested and has pleaded guilty.
Target was at the receiving end of significant customer backlash and criticism recently when hackers were able to steal 40 million customer credit card numbers. The hack, a fresh report says, may have been a result of a Russian teenager's malware.