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Myondsshop.com employs deceptive techniques to coax visitors into allowing notification permissions, disguising its true intentions behind a CAPTCHA verification prompt. False Security Assertions: The website falsely... Read more
The "Incoming Mails Suspended" email scam preys on computer users, posing as a notification from email service providers. In reality, it's a phishing attempt aiming to trick recipients into revealing sensitive... Read more
Wiaw ransomware, a variant of the Djvu ransomware family, encrypts files on victims' devices and appends the ".wiaw" extension to their filenames. It operates by altering filenames such as "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.wiaw" and... Read more
RobustService is a dubious process linked to potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) and browser hijackers. It typically infiltrates computer systems discreetly, operating in the background with a reputation for... Read more
In the course of our examination of the goabeefoad.com website, we identified that it uses deceptive strategies, particularly clickbait, designed to lure unsuspecting visitors into granting permission for... Read more
Gluxouvauure.com, a website that may seem harmless at first glance, hides behind a facade of deceit and danger. Let's dissect why this website cannot be trusted. Hidden Dangers in Installers One of the primary reasons... Read more
Avira9 is a form of ransomware that encrypts files and demands payment for decryption. Despite its name, it's not affiliated with the Avira antivirus company. Encryption Process Files encrypted by Avira9 have a... Read more
Payuranson ransomware encrypts files on victims' computers, appending the ".payuranson" extension to filenames. Alongside file encryption, it generates a ransom note ("SkynetData.txt") available in Russian, English,... Read more
Initially appearing innocuous, the website typically presents a video player and prompts users to allow notifications to watch the video. However, consenting to notifications from this site results in a barrage of... Read more
In the ever-evolving landscape of online threats, users must remain vigilant against deceptive websites seeking to exploit unsuspecting visitors. One such misleading website that has emerged is 1XLITE-319958.top,... Read more
The Stonebeard browser hijacker employs deceptive methods for distribution, often bundled with seemingly legitimate software or hidden within misleading download links. Once infiltrated, it goes beyond altering... Read more
Wisz Ransomware is a malicious software that encrypts files on the victim's system, appending the ".wisz" extension to their filenames. This article explores the characteristics of Wisz Ransomware, its modus operandi,... Read more
While investigating suspicious websites, our researchers came across the Task List browser extension, which is marketed as a task management tool facilitating the creation of to-do lists. Upon thorough examination, we... Read more
Users have reported encountering intrusive pop-up notifications on their computers and mobile devices, urging them to grant permission for notifications or activate push notifications from a website named... Read more
LockBit 4.0 is a fresh iteration of the LockBit ransomware, unveiled in February 2024. Coincidentally, this release aligns with the arrest of two LockBit operators by law enforcement agencies during the same month.... Read more