January 24, 2021 2:27 pm
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Tag: Malware

Cybersecurity industry has never had more significant task to carry out than guarding strategic associations and businesses from digital assaults during the coronavirus pandemic

Why cybersecurity threats have increased during Covid-19 pandemic

Cybersecurity industry has never had more significant task to carry out than guarding strategic associations and businesses from digital assaults during the coronavirus pandemic
Symantec uncovers Lazarus Group's use of malware for FASTCash attacks to empty cash from ATMs

Symantec uncovers Lazarus Group’s use of malware for FASTCash attacks to empty cash from ATMs

In another major incident in 2018, cash was taken from ATMs in 23 separate countries. To date, the Lazarus FASTCash operation is estimated to have stolen tens of millions of dollars.
Are you migrating to Cloud? Here is how you can ensure Cloud security

Cloud Migration: Here is how you can ensure Cloud security

Too often, organisations assume a certain level of protection from a cloud service provider and don’t take steps to ensure applications and data are just as safe as those housed in the data center.
Nikhil Taneja, Managing Director-India, SAARC & Middle East, Radware

The Top 5 Malware: Here’s what you can do to defeat them

Despite malware being a pivotal attack vector, companies are unable to defend against data-theft malware running wild in their network.
Android phishing malware, cybersecurity, cyberattack, technology, Google, Play Store, Mobile Apps Security, phishing, malware

Android phishing malware can steal your social networking password without giving slightest hints

Google recently removed 85 apps from the Play Store after it was discovered that they were infected with a malware that can steal social-network credentials from the devices of the users.
According to reports, the malware – Judy – was published by South Korean gaming studio Kiniwini under the name ENISTUDIO Corp (Photo/Agency)

Millions of Android smartphones may be affected with Judy malware, Google forced to remove infected apps from Play Store

Google removed apps that uses Judy malware to generate large amounts of fraudulent clicks on advertisements, generating revenues for the malware creator

New malware StoneDrill discovered which destroys everything on the infected computer

So far, at least two targets of the StoneDrill wiper have been identified, one based in the Middle East and the other in Europe
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