We’ve been told for decades to install and update antivirus software as a first line of defense against virus infections and malware threats; but what happens when hackers use your antivirus to actually infect your system?
Security researchers with Proofpoint have identified a banking malware campaign that has been infecting Android devices since January. They are calling it “Marcher” and so far it has only infected users in Austria but could soon spread worldwide.
Several months ago, a strange new ransomware dubbed ONI - 鬼 - which can be translated as “demon” or “devil” began infecting Japanese networks via an infected Word document in a .zip file.
US-CERT has issued a warning about a new ransomware variant that is reportedly spreading worldwide.
$1,500 in Bitcoin will buy you software - malware - that will force an ATM machine to spit out all of the money inside simply by attaching a USB thumb drive to an open port.
It used to be common for a computer to have a virus infection, then there was spyware and malware infection but the new wave of ransomware is making those who operate within the dark web very wealthy.
True story: We had a customer upset this week because he didn’t understand why we had just sold him his PC with Windows XP (we actually sold it to him in 2005) and now we are telling him he has to upgrade. Check the date of this post, I’ll wait…. Yes this just happened and it happens quite frequently. Here is the best theory I can come up with as to why.
The fight against malware, viruses, spyware and identity theft gets tougher after a popular app - CCleaner - is targeted and actually contained the malware it was designed to remove.
Very few people haven’t heard about the approximately 143 million americans who have had their personal information stolen in the Equifax data breach - it's getting worse.
The Better Business Bureau sent a warning about an ongoing phishing scam that is targeting businesses.