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    Blackout in Johannesburg Caused by Ransomware

    A ransomware infection has been reported on the systems of one of South Africa’s leading power suppliers, specifically in the capital, Johannesburg. The incident was...

    Meet the LockerGoga Ransomware

    The LockerGoga ransomware has been targeting industrial and manufacturing companies from the beginning of 2019 Ransomware has long been the curse of the cybersecurity industry. The...

    New DNS Botnet Hijacked Over 100,000 Routers

    Chinese cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a malware campaign that has already hijacked over 100,000 home routers and modified their DNS settings to trick users...

    Banking Malware Uncovered After 5 Years

    Security analysts at Kaspersky Labs have revealed another, complex malware that has been focusing on clients of a few Mexican financing establishments since 2013. Named...

    Malware Hidden In Images Is Used By Hackers

    Malware that utilizes Exchangeable Image File Format (EXIF) data to shroud its code has moved to another stage: GoogleUserContent locales, for example, Google+ and...

    Microsoft Office is Ground-Zero for Zero-Day Exploits

    Microsoft Office is becoming a starting point for exploitation is not a challenge anyone wants to win. Tragically for Microsoft, Office is becoming platform...

    Nocturnal Stealer malware harvests sensitive info

    Nocturnal Stealer malware is available for sale through Deep Web sources, for the low price of 25$. It steals 28 different kinds of cryptocurrency wallets,...

    Old-school malware is being recycled

    Long time ago, malware analysts stored it on floppy disks. But those same guys are seeing more and more of it - because there...

    Banking Trojan Communicates Through Microsoft SQL Server

    Security experts have found a banking trojan originating from  Brazil which works using different methods, including unusual command and control (C&C) server and various...

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