|Since September 19, the number two most frequently blocked website for our customers has been coinhive.com. This post will describe what CoinHive is, what it is doing, and why we are blocking it.
It is good to be paranoid when it comes to cybersecurity.
Google already provides various advanced features such as login alerts and two-factor authentication to keep your Google account secure.
However, if you are extra paranoid, Google has just int…
|Malwarebytes attends it-sa in Germany—Europe’s largest expo for IT security. Post written in English and German.
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|An old Microsoft Office feature has been brought back to the forefront as way to distribute malware without relying on macros or exploits.
The post Old MS Office feature weaponized in malspam attacks appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs.
Hacking ATM is now easier than ever before.
Usually, hackers exploit hardware and software vulnerabilities to hack ATMs and force them to spit out cash, but now anyone can simply buy a malware to steal millions in cash from ATMs.
Hackers are selling …
With the rise in cyber-crimes, ethical hacking has become a powerful strategy in the fight against online threats.
In general terms, ethical hackers are authorised to break into supposedly ‘secure’ computer systems without malicious intent, but with t…
It was not just Yahoo among “Fortune 500” companies who tried to keep a major data breach incident secret.
Reportedly, Microsoft had also suffered a data breach four and a half years ago (in 2013), when a “highly sophisticated hacking group” breached …
If you think KRACK attack for WiFi is the worst vulnerability of this year, then hold on…
…we have got another one for you which is even worse.
Microsoft, Google, Lenovo, HP and Fujitsu are warning their customers of a potentially serious vulnerability in widely used RSA cryptographic library produced by German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies.
It’s noteworthy that this
|Two new mobile adware variants were found in the Google Play store—all in one week.