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Feb 23, 2017 - Blog

ARE YOUR KEYSTROKES BEING RECORDED?

Think about everything you’ve downloaded to your PC over the past six months. Can you remember each program or file you downloaded, and where that download came from? Most likely not, and even if you can, you may have gotten more than you...

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Feb 23, 2017 - Blog

ARE VIGILANTES SPREADING HELPFUL MALWARE?

Malware which has compromised over ten thousand routers is receiving attention this week as it has exhibited activity which is beneficial to the infected users. Linux.Wifatch wasdiscoveredby an independent security researcher almost a year ago, at...

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Feb 23, 2017 - Blog

ANONYMOUS WI-FI FROM TWO MILES AWAY

One of the last barriers to remaining anonymous on the internet is the correlation between a user’s IP address and their physical location. While VPNs and the Tor browser can mask a user’s IP address by relaying their connection through proxy...

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Feb 23, 2017 - Blog

ANDROID XBOT: BANK TROJAN OF THE FUTURE?

A newly discovered Android trojan mimics the Google Play Store payment interface to phish for users’ credit card details. Dubbed the Xbot trojan by theteamat Palo Alto Networks in California, the trojan is also capable of mimicking the login pages...

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Feb 23, 2017 - Blog

AIRBNB PHISHING: STEALING YOUR REPUTATION

Users of Airbnb should be wary of logging into the service from third-party websites. According to thispostfrom Malwarebytes’ Christopher Boyd, “we saw a fake Airbnb login asking for credentials which appeared to be hosted on a compromised car...

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Feb 23, 2017 - Blog

AGGRESSIVE PHISHING SCAM TARGETS DOMAIN OWNERS

A new phishing campaign is targeting the owners of internet domains in an attempt to spread malware. The emails are presented as a notice of domain suspension, claiming that the user’s domain (registered website address) has received several...

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