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Multiple Facebook Pages Caught Spreading Remote Access Trojans Since 2014

Researchers from cybersecurity firm Check Point have uncovered a Facebook campaign that has been spreading malware since 2014. The campaign was operating under the...

Trump Government Could Ban End-To-End Encryption

Trump is after many things and wants to put an end to a lot of things. This time, the Trump-led administration might ban end-to-end...

Apple’s “Sign In With Apple” Button Is Not Safe, Claims OpenID

Alongside the single sign-on (SSO) buttons of Google and Facebook, we are soon going to see another option in the form of Sign In...

This Malware Created By A 14-Yr-Old Is Bricking Thousands Of Devices

A new malware called Silex is on its way to brick thousands of IoT devices. The malware has been developed by a 14-year old...

Google Calendar Being Used For Phishing: How To Stay Safe From...

Cybercriminals often seem to find a way to fulfill their malicious intent and the new way in town is phishing via Google Calendar, popularly...

100 Million Dell PCs At Risk Due To Criticial Bug In...

The SupportAssist software comes pre-loaded on most Dell laptops and desktops. It's used to check for different hardware and software issues that could arise...

Bird Miner: This Cryptominer Malware Emulates Linux To Attack Macs

One of the biggest disadvantages of using pirated software is the increased risk of letting your computer get infected with malware. Cybercriminals often bundle...

All-In-One Malware ‘Plurox’ Can Hack Your PC In ‘Three Different Ways’

Kaspersky security team has discovered a new strain of malware called Plurox, which packs a cryptominer, backdoor, and worm-like plugins, all into one. Plurox is...

US Lawyer Who ‘Sucked’ Money From ‘Porn Lovers’ Faces 14-Year Prison...

We have seen numerous examples of how legal tools are used by people to achieve their goals. US-based lawyer Paul Hansmeier was one such...

Zero-Day Flaw In Firefox Is Getting Exploited By Hackers; Update Now!

Mozilla has issued a warning of a zero-day flaw in Firefox browser that is currently being exploited in the wild. But the good news...