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Security Researchers Discover New ‘Godless’ Malware For Android

06/23/2016, Google has been making a lot of effort in trying to patch Android every month with monthly security patches. This ensures that your Android phone stays on top of things. However it seems that despite their best efforts, sometimes there are some things...

This Tool Will Help Detect Ransomware On OS X

04/26/2016, Just because there aren’t as many cases of malware infecting Mac computers doesn’t mean that they are immune. That being said if you want to be safe and keep your Mac computer free from ransomware, you will be pleased to learn that security research...

New Phishing Scam Tries To Steal Apple IDs And Passwords

04/21/2016, There have been many phishing scams launched in the past where hackers have tried to steal account information for banks, online websites, services, and etc. That being said there seems to  be a new phishing scam that has been making its rounds, and this...

Security Experts Manage To Crack PC Lockup Ransomware

04/12/2016, For those who have not heard the term ransomware, this is a form of malware that will encrypt your data and not in a good way. Basically it encrypts your data without your knowledge/permission, with the hacker holding the keys to your information. You...

New Malware Attacks When You Type In The Wrong Domain

03/15/2016, How many times have you typed in the wrong domain name? Maybe you meant to type “.com” but ended up with “.co”, or maybe you typed an extra letter in the URL and have been redirected to a different website. This is also how phishing attacks work...

Mac Users Targeted By Ransomware Campaign

03/06/2016, There are many who are inclined to believe that Mac computers are less susceptible to hacks or viruses compared to Windows, which unfortunately isn’t particularly true. In fact just over the weekend, it has been reported by Mac users were targeted by a...

LA Hospital Gives In, Pays $17,000 In Ransomware

02/17/2016, The other day it looks like hackers managed to get ahold of the Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center’s IT system and shut it down. They then demand that the hospital pay them $3.6 million in ransom if they wanted their systems back online and...

New Android Malware Erases Phone With A Single Text

02/16/2016, It’s not uncommon to hear about potentially destructive malware infecting Android devices. That’s one of the downsides of having such a fragmented operating system but there always are best practices that users can rely on to ensure that they...

Google’s VirusTotal Can Now Scan Firmware For Malware

01/29/2016, We’re not sure how many of you guys knew this, but Google has a subsidiary company in the form of VirusTotal. It is a website that lets users upload files so that it will be able to scan for all kinds of malware, so the next time you have a file you...

Malware On Macs Reaches An All-Time High

10/21/2015, Mac computers have typically been known to not have as many malware/virus issues compared to Windows. This isn’t to say that the OS X platform built by Apple is invulnerable, it’s just that there aren’t as many viruses or malware that have targeted...

Apple Claims YiSpecter Malware Was Addressed In iOS 8.4

10/06/2015, Yesterday we reported that according to security researchers Palo Alto Networks, an iOS malware dubbed YiSpecter was discovered. Based on what was described, which was a malware that could infect both jailbroken and non-jailbroken devices, it sounded like...

New iOS YiSpecter Malware Discovered In China

10/05/2015, It wasn’t too long ago that malware for iOS was discovered in China in the form of the XcodeGhost. Turns out that malware for iOS in China might still be running rampant, except that this time a new one has been discovered. Dubbed YiSpecter, this is a...

Apple Publishes Top 25 Apps Affected By XcodeGhost Malware

09/24/2015, Earlier this week there was a bit of fuss regarding Apple’s iOS apps and how some of them got infected by malware and still managed to sneak onto the iTunes App Store. Now for those who are curious and want to learn more about the malware or the apps...