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Cybercriminals reporting competitors to Google to spread their own malware

Malware authors have been impersonating Ubisoft, Steam and other large game companies in order to serve Google DMCA 1201 notices to irreversibly takedown their competitors. In a move as sneaky as a ... read more

The Cybersecurity 202: These political candidates are running on their cybersecurity expertise

But several state-level candidates are making it central to their pitch to voters, arguing that states are on the front lines facing Russian hackers trying to undermine their elections and ... read more

Mobile malware continues to increase: McAfee Mobile Threat Report Q1, 2019

Bypassing the Store, Part 2 At least part of this growth is due to cybercriminals adapting to security restrictions and finding new ways to bypass Google security. Popups or overlays had been blocked ... read more

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Hackers Use Google’s Ad Network To Spread “Fake Login” Malware

Such malware has even found its way onto Google’s AdSense network, according to a report on ... even soliciting their phone numbers through pop-up messages on PCs in order to send a link to the ... read more

Mobile Security Report: Banking Trojans and Cryptocurrency Malware Grew by at Least 60 Percent in 2017

Share Mobile Security Report: Banking Trojans and Cryptocurrency Malware ... malware, which impersonated legitimate apps to victimize millions of Google Play users. Another was MoqHao, a menace that ... read more

Construction Cybercrime Is On the Rise

But when it comes to spreading the warning to others ... “For many SMB companies, they are much safer in the cloud than in their own environment,” he says, adding, “We are one of the SMBs I am talking ... read more

Tech Firm in Steele Dossier May Have Been Used by Russian Spies

“You could say the same thing about Google’s ... large scale malware campaigns over the past decade,” the report concluded. “Gubarev and other XBT executives do not appear to actively prevent ... read more

Why You Should Never Pay A Ransomware Ransom

There is some good news in the CyberEdge report, however. The numbers show that the majority of victims -- nearly two-thirds -- are refusing to pay. Of those victims, about 86% were able to recover ... read more

The evolving threat landscape – What to look out for in 2019

Attackers make their way onto a network and once in, they escalate their own privileges and spread ... malware apps to their phones, tablets and other devices running Android and iOS. The favoured ... read more

That Time Of Year Again: Cisco Systems Releases Its Annual Cybersecurity Report

The report ... to build encryption into their own malware) increased difficulty in white-listing (can’t just drop access to Google Drive if that’s the corporate standard) Another finding in the report ... read more

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