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Trojan

Venmo Scam Text

  Venmo Scam Text Venmo Scam Text is a Trojan horse infection that cybercriminals can use to destroy a computer in a number of ways. Venmo Scam Text can serve as a tool for espionage, data and money theft, system corruption and more. Therefore...

Ransomware

Qarj Virus

*Qarj is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it. Qarj Qarj is computer malware used for blackmailing the attacked users – it locks the victim’s files and it doesn’t release them unless a BitCoin ransom payment is...

Trojan

Rbxfpsunlocker Virus

  Rbxfpsunlocker Virus Rbxfpsunlocker Virus is the name of a highly dangerous Trojan horse infection created by people with malicious intentions and criminal agendas. The ability of Rbxfpsunlocker Virus to secretly sneak inside any computer and...

Browser Hijacker

Holtoakie Virus

Holtoakie If your web browser is constantly being redirected to Holtoakie, or advertisements are popping up while you browse the Internet, then your computer may be infected with browser hijacker. Holtoakie  Virus is a special type of...

Ransomware

Qapo Virus

*Qapo is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it. Qapo Qapo is a ransomware cryptovirus that people with criminal intentions use to extort money from web users. The way Qapo does harm is by secretly encrypting files that belong to...

Ransomware

Qazx Virus

*Qazx is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it. Qazx Qazx is a ransomware threat intended to block access to user data and keep it hostage for ransom. The victims of Qazx usually have their most-used files encrypted by a secret...

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Cyber Security Weekly Recap (27.Feb-05.March)

Billions of IoT and business devices are in danger from new flaws in the TPM 2.0 library. Two critical vulnerabilities (tracked as CVE-2023-1017 and CVE-2023-1018) in the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 reference library specification have been...

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Cyber Security Weekly Recap (20-26.Feb)

Apple Issues Security Alert for Three New Flaws in iOS and macOS New vulnerabilities affecting iOS, iPadOS, and macOS have been added to Apple’s security advisories from last month. CVE-2023-23520 is a race condition in the Crash Reporter...

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Cyber Security Weekly Recap (13-19.Feb.)

New Zero-Day Vulnerability Found in Apple’s iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and Safari On Monday, Apple released updates for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and Safari to fix a zero-day vulnerability that the company said was being actively exploited by malicious...

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Cyber Security Weekly Recap (06-12 Feb.)

Malware Discovered in PyPI Python Packages Four separate rogue packages (named aptx, bingchilling2, httops, and tkint3rs) have been found in the Python Package Index (PyPI). The detected threats have been linked to malicious activities like malware...

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Cyber Security Weekly Recap (30 Jan.-05 Feb.)

Recent Ransomware Attacks on ESXi Servers Take Advantage of a VMware Flaw A new wave of attacks is aimed at deploying ransomware on VMware ESXi hypervisors. The French Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) issued an alert saying, that the attack...

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Cyber Security Weekly Recap (16-22.Jan)

A Backdoor backdoor that borrows features of the CIA’s Hive Malware has been found in the wild. A new backdoor that takes its features from the Hive multi-platform malware suite developed by the United States Central Intelligence...

168飞艇最新开奖结果历史 News Bulletin

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