Cybercrime & Digital Threats
YouTube Videos Promise Private Key Generator for Bitcoin Addresses, Lead Users to Info-stealing Trojan InsteadNovember 13, 2019YouTube videos were being used in a scam to deliver an information-stealing Trojan called Predator the Thief.
- November 11, 2019Another company has disclosed that that they were hit by a ransomware attack, this time involving the encryption of the customer data of SmarterASP.net, a popular hosting service provider for ASP.NET.
- November 07, 2019An Android bug allows threat actors to transfer a malicious application to a nearby Near Field Communication (NFC)-enabled device via the Android Beam.
Ransomware Attacks Hit Spanish Companies, Paralyzes Government Services in Canadian Territory of NunavutNovember 05, 2019Ransomware made headlines again, starting with a campaign that hit companies in Spain, including Cadena SER, the country’s largest radio network. In another part of the globe, threat actors managed to infect government systems in Nunavut.
- October 31, 2019Almost 4,000 domains and 62 phishing kit variants used to target Microsoft users were uncovered within an observation window of 262 days, according to new report.
- October 29, 2019Esports competitions continue to gain momentum, making the entities involved more attractive targets for cybercrime.
- October 28, 2019A look into cryptocurrencies' state and how cybercriminals abuse miner malware to profit at the expense of legitimate businesses, how to find signs of infection, and recommendations to defend systems from its abuse.
- October 25, 2019Threat actors launched phishing attempts against several humanitarian and non-governmental organizations.
- October 22, 2019A security company found cryptocurrency miner malware running undetected in more than half of the workstations in a European international airport.