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WebCobra malware installs miners for monero and zcash

WebCobra malware installs miners for monero and zcash

McAfee Labs reports that a new type of malware has been found that works as a cryptographic mineral. The malware bears the name WebCobra and takes over his victim's device. Then it starts with cryptographic currency mining, including zcash and monero. Of course, the earnings go to the hackers. The t... Read more

date4 years ago

Malware Trickbot now also uses Excel file to steal login codes

Trickbot, the malware that had previously conventionally gone after bank details, now uses a Microsoft Excel file to capture user login codes. The new module is called pwgrab32 and tries to steal autofill data, browsing history and usernames and passwords from browsers and various other apps via a M... Read more

date4 years ago
“Quantity of Android malware continues to rise sharply.

“Quantity of Android malware continues to rise sharply.

The amount of malware, specifically for Android, continues to grow. That's what researchers at G DATA SecurityLab are reporting today. The number of types of mobile malware increased by forty percent in the third quarter of 2018 compared to the same period last year. The G DATA researchers registere... Read more

date4 years ago
New GPlayed Trojan attacks customers of Russian state bank

New GPlayed Trojan attacks customers of Russian state bank

A new member of the GPlayed Trojan has been discovered. The malware is designed to attack customers of a Russian state-owned bank. Cisco Talos researchers discovered the malware. The researchers revealed earlier this month GPlayed, an "extremely powerful" trojan that pretends to be a Google service ... Read more

date4 years ago
Kaspersky discovers NSA malware DarkPulsar on multiple devices

Kaspersky discovers NSA malware DarkPulsar on multiple devices

Kaspersky Lab reports today that it has discovered computers infected with DarkPulsar. This is malware that is rumoured to have been developed by the American National Security Agency (NSA). Networks in Egypt, Iran and Russia would have to deal with the malware. That's what researchers at Kaspersky ... Read more

date4 years ago
Free malware maker Gazorp offers AZORult attacks

Free malware maker Gazorp offers AZORult attacks

Gazorp, a free malware-maker found on the dark web, lets cyber criminals make their own AZORult attacks. AZORult is a trojan that collects data from a system. It searches for stored passwords, files and login details of the computer itself. The malware-maker was discovered by Check Point Research o... Read more

date4 years ago
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