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Spambot Discovered with 711 Million Breached Email Accounts

The biggest Spambot that contained more than 711 million email accounts has been found on a server in the Netherlands. This is most likely...

Google Play Store Affected by More Malware Apps

Recent research by two companies reported a couple of malware apps in the Google Play Store. Earlier, there were a couple of them reported, and now...

Google Play Store Infected with 3 of 4000 Malicious Android Spy...

Though Google constantly updates its Play Store and takes measures to prevent malicious apps from making their way into the Android ecosystem, a few...

Kaspersky Free: Essential Malware Protection for the Entire World by November

Kaspersky Lab, the renowned cyber security and antivirus solutions provider, has recently made an announcement promising total protection for your files and malicious activity...

Beware Old Google Chrome Extensions, Adware Being Injected by Unknown Buyer

An unknown company is actively buying up old Google Chrome extensions and using it to inject adware in order to make money. The modus...

New WhatsApp File Sharing Feature: Does it Pose a Security Risk...

WhatsApp’s new feature lets users share any file type, including zip files.WhatsApp, a powerful and popular messaging app, is the among the world's most...

Windows Defender SmartScreen on Microsoft Edge Offers Secure Browsing

Microsoft Edge, the default browser on Windows 10, and is touted to be a fast and safe browser. Aside from constantly adding new user-friendly...

Can AppLocker on Windows 10 Provide Adequate Malware and Ransomware Protection?

AppLocker on Windows 10 is an often-underrated security layer that addresses what is now coming to the forefront of enterprise security - threats from...

Petya Ransomware’s Author Wants to Help NotPetya (GoldenEye) Victims, Reaches Out...

The author of the original Petya ransomware that made news more than a year ago, known only by the name Janus, is now reaching out...

Petya Ransomware’s True Purpose Revealed – Data Destruction, Not Money

Just yesterday, a type of ransomware first identified as Petya, then subsequently named NotPetya or GoldenEye, started infecting about 2,000 machines across Europe, targeting...