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New Self-Deleting Trojan Malware Discovered By Microsoft

04/16/2013, Microsoft, one of the major names worldwide where software is concerned, has stumbled upon a rather interesting discovery. First of all, a little context to help us get started off on the right footing. Microsoft does have their own anti-virus solution on...

Android Malware Infections Tripled In 2012

04/15/2013, The smartphone used to be a safe environment to develop for, especially in its early days when there was no such thing as malware or viruses, or other kinds of malicious code. Well, times have definitely changed over the years, where the explosive growth...

South Korea Blames North For TV Stations, Banks Cyberattacks

04/10/2013, A few weeks ago, we reported on three South Korean television broadcasters and two banks becoming victims of a widespread malware attack, which resulted in serious network outages. The attack was perpetrated by “Whois Team,” which according...

South Korean Broadcasters, Banks Crippled By Malware Attacks

03/20/2013, The digital world is starting to become a scary place with reports of numerous popular services getting hacked. We’ve seen ZenDesk, Evernote and even Dropbox suffer from hacker attacks, but a report is coming in from South Korea that may show how...

Notorious Cyberspy Caught By His Own Malware

10/30/2012, The nation of Georgia discovered a botnet trying to steal sensitive government documents, and what did they do? They gave the cyber-spy a taste of his own medicine, infecting his computer with the very same software he was targeting governments with. His...

FTC shuts down telemarketing scammers posing as tech support

10/03/2012, The FTC today froze the assets of 14 companies involved in a long-term scam. These companies, usually based in India, cold-called up English-speaking consumers posing as a representative of a major tech company, such as Microsoft, Symantec (makers of...

Shamoon malware allegedly deals death blow to infected computers

08/17/2012, I guess it is a given these days to know that one ought not to simply open up any attachments in the email, as you can never quite tell whether there is some malicious code behind that file or not. For those who prefer to throw caution to the wind, it is...