7even ransomware

7ev3n Ransomware Reborn as 7ev3n-HONE$T

A brand new type of the 7ev3n Ransomware has been recently discovered by the security researcher Mosh. The new variant of the ransomware has rebranded itself as 7ev3n-HONE$T and it will...
harasom decrypt

Decrypt Harasom Ransomware for Free

The Harasom trojan-ransomware family encrypt files and blocks the desktop with a screen-locker. Notification purporting to come from a government body or security-related organization informs the user of some fake-legal transgression...
scam

The UK is Wounded by the Fake Mandate/Invoice Scam

The fake mandate/invoice scam (also known as BEC – Business E-mail Compromise) is a phenomenally simple though successful scam. It has bought in great amounts of revenue for the dark side...
stealth trojan

New Trojan Utilizes Stealth Techniques to Avoid Memory Detection

Remote Access Tools (RATs) have been used by hackers since the 'nineties. One of the first was an open-source program, Back Orifice which was created by the cDc hackers (Cult of...
apple scam

New SMS Phishing Scam Targets Apple Clients’ IDs and Passwords

A new phishing trip is underway, trying to catch users' passwords and Ids. While phishing is now commonly trying to discover personal data such as bank credentials, this one appears to...
teslacrypt 4.1a

TeslaCrypt 4.1a: Refreshed and Ready for Action

The ransomware that started out in February 2015 infecting gamers is back in the game again. In the past two weeks there have been two updated versions released with increased evasion...
crack

CryptoBit Ransomware May Be Crackable

A new ransomware specimen has started infecting computers called CryptoBit (not to be confused with the specimen launched in September 2013 called CryptorBit, which was quickly decrypted by Nathan Scott). CryptoBit...
exploit kits

Exploit Kits: Modern Malware Becomes too User-friendly

There has recently been a rise in malware launched by exploit kits (or EK). This malware provides a delivery method for infiltrating operating systems and introducing many kinds of cyber-crime software....
new pos malware

PoS Malware ‘Multigrain’ Steals Credit Card Details via DNS

The updated version of NewPoSThings malware has been rolled-out. It harvests card credentials at point-of-sale terminals and disguises the data transfer to C&C servers as DNS requests. Earlier versions of the...
bitcoin malware

New PWOBot Malware Mine for Bitcoin, Log Keystrokes

The Palo Alto Networks security researchers have discovered a new malware family, called PWOBot. The strain is coded in Python and it can execute a wide range of attacks via its...