slicer trojan

The Android.Slicer Trojan Shops for you on Google Play Store

The Russian-based cybersecurity company, Dr.Web, has uncovered a new Android Trojan which buys applications from Google Play Store and then installs them onto the victims` devices without their permission. When it...
https

HEIST: Another HTTPS Security Hole with no Available Patch for it

A flaw in the way HTTPS responses are delivered across the transmission control protocol (TCP) puts all kinds of users` data at risk.Anything, from email addresses to social security numbers, can...
pos

Kasidet`s PoS Memory Scraping Module Uses Namecoin’s Blockchain to Hide its C&C Servers

The flexible Kasidet DDoS malware family has recently started using the Namecoin's Blockchain-based DNS service to hide its Command and Control servers.In September last year, the Russian cybersecurity company Dr.Web, ran...
cerber ransomware version 2

The Cerber Ransomware Returns with an Improved Version 2

The Trend Micro security researcher, Panicall, has recently discovered that the Cerber Ransomware has returned with a new better and improved version. Cerber 2 has been differently programmed and victims have...
decrypt cerber ransomware

Decrypt Cerber Ransomware for Free

Cerber ransomware is one of the most recognizable encryption viruses and until today it was impossible to decrypt .cerber files. The infection uses RC4 cipher with a 16-byte key to encrypt...
wordpress

Website Visitors at Risk Because of Expired WordPress Plugin Domains

Website visitors are put at risk because of webmasters who are using an older WordPress plugin version with an expired domain.The security company Sucuri was the one to bump into the...
shinolocker friend or foe

The New “Educational” ShinoLocker Ransomware – Friend or Foe?

A new “educational” ransomware named ShinoLocker was developed and presented at Black Hat 2016 by the security researcher, Shota Shinogi. Shinogi explains that his only intention for creating ShinoLocker was to...
us companies hit by ransomware

50% of American Companies Hit by Ransomware in 2015

A survey exposes that, in the course of the last year, 50% of American companies have faced a least one ransomware attack.The report was assigned to Osterman Research by the security...
renaming office files

Renaming Office Files Allows Macro Malware Evade Detection

Cybercriminals have come up with a new technique for macro-based malware distribution, published the Cisco`s security team.In 2007, Microsoft decided to change the default file formats in the Office suite and...
door hack

Surprisingly Cheap Device Cracks Hotel Room Doors in Seconds

An unusually cheap device which can open hotel room doors was created by the security researcher with Rapid7, Weston Hecker.The gadget cost only $6 and it is very compact with the...