VPNFilter-affected Devices Still Riddled with 19 Vulnerabilities

Our IoT Smart Checker allows users to identify if connected devices (e.g. routers, network attached storage devices, IP cameras, and printers) in a given network are vulnerable to security risks and vulnerabilities, such as those related to…

Online survey company hacked, macOS malware scam and Samsung smart phone users get an unwelcome surprise

Online survey company  Typeform hacked, malware scam hits macOS users and Samsung smart phone users get an unwelcome surprise. Many online companies ask customers to fill in ‘How did we do?’ surveys to improve service. But a number…

This Could Be the New iPhone’s Fast Charger

We’ve heard multiple times that Apple’s 2018 iPhones will employ faster charging out of the box, most likely relying on a higher wattage adapter and USB Type-C cable to reach speeds similar to those of the latest Android phones. Thanks to…

BEST PRODUCTIVITY TIPS & TOOLS FOR WEB DESIGNERS

Similar to artists, designers feel stuck many times when working on their designs. They usually come across cranky clients asking for repetitive revisions or stuck in a large complex project. The designers' life is definitely not supposed…

Kaspersky Labs Report Shows Criminals Are Turning Away from Ransomware to Cryptojacking

A new report has found that malicious actors are turning their attention away from ransomware to cryptojacking. In recent years, the cryptocurrency market has become a hot topic, attracting more people keen to make a profit from it. Consequently,…

Beware fake Fortnite games

Impatient Android video-gamers are downloading fake Fortnite games. Be warned parents and Android users: If you download Fortnite on an Android device, you’re installing a fake app from a malware developer. Fortnite is this year’s…

Cisco Talos releases free decryptor for Thanatos ransomware -- ThanatosDecryptor

Getting hit by a ransomware attack is bad enough; it means that your files have been encrypted and you'll be asked to pay a fee in a cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin or Ethereum to unlock them. The problem is that paying the ransom is in no way…

Mylobot Malware Brings New Sophistication to Botnets

The malware pulls together a variety of techniques to gain a foothold and remain undiscovered. Cybercriminals looking to maximize their investments are using evermore sophisticated software techniques and increasingly aggressive steps against…

Router malware worse than experts realize

In May, security experts discovered one of the most widespread malware infections in history. Now, they’re warning businesses and consumers that it’s even worse than their first assessment. The VPNFilter malware poses a threat to small businesses…

Multiple Zero-Day Bugs Found In 390 Axis Camera Models

VDOO, a security company focusing on protected Internet of Things (IoT) devices, found multiple flaws in Axis surveillance companies that attackers could have used to create exploit chains against the devices. VDOO Analyzes Surveillance Cameras…

Syscoin Hacked, Malware Inserted into GitHub Account

Syscoin, an instant payment cryptocurrency, has fallen victim to a malware attack after a hacker reportedly inserted a tainted Syscoin Windows client into the project’s GitHub account.  Syscoin Compromised According to the project’s…

7 detailed tips on how to improve you website in 2018

It’s no secret that Google loves technically excellent sites. If you want your sites to rank as well as possible, there’s no substitute for ensuring that you’re nailing the basics and doing everything you can beyond that. While some…

Remove RSod PC_Locker Red Screenlock Ransomware from Your PC

This article has been created in order to help you by explaining how you can remove the RSod lockscreen ransomware and how to gain access to your files. A fake BSOD locker ransomware has been detected by security researchers. The virus…

Windows security: Here's why we don't fix some bugs right away, Microsoft reveals

Microsoft explains how it decides whether a vulnerability will be patched swiftly or left for a version update.   Microsoft has published a new draft document clarifying which security bugs will get a rapid fix and which it will…

New MysteryBot Android Malware Packs a Banking Trojan, Keylogger, and Ransomware

Cybercriminals are currently developing a new strain of malware targeting Android devices which blends the features of a banking trojan, keylogger, and mobile ransomware. Named MysteryBot, this malware strain is still under development, according…

Mozilla reveals Scout voice-controlled web browser project

Mozilla, the company behind the Firefox browser, is working on a new Web browser called Scout. Unlike its current bowser, Scout will be created with accessibility in mind, enabling users to access content using voice commands. The company describes…

Here are the 4 best ways to train employees for better cybersecurity

87% of companies experienced an email-based threat in the past year, while 35% have been hit by ransomware, according to a Barracuda report. Email security threats remain a pervasive issue for organizations large and small, according…

Sony E3 2018: The Six Biggest Announcements

Sony’s E3 2018 Showcase ran deep rather than wide, with in-depth looks at a few highly anticipated games and only a small dose of surprises. Missed the press conference? We’ve got the highlights here. “The Last of Us Part 2”…

Rampant Kodi Malware? It’s Time to Either Put Up or Shut Up

Over the past couple of years, copyright holders have continuously claimed that people using Kodi to access copyright-infringing content are being exposed to malware. This week, a security expert working with a Hollywood-affiliated group claimed…

BabaYaga is the malware that generates spam links and redirects to potentially malicious websites

Cybersecurity researchers at Defiant have recently discovered a new WordPress malware called BabaYaga. According to the analysis this cyber threat is designed to redirect users to potentially dangerous pages and generate spam links among the…