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CRYpt0r V2.0 Ransomware is a file-encryption Trojan that uses a ransom note written in Spanish. Its creators may have created it from scratch, without relying on any previously popular ransomware families. When this... Read more
FocusDeploy is a misleading piece of software that appears to only run on Macs. If you find it on your device, you might find it difficult to remove it manually. Even if it seems to be gone from the list of... Read more
Life-without-errors.com runs a well-known scam that tries to convince users that their device is infected by malware. However, the con artists behind this page do not seem to have been paying close attention to their... Read more
Fake software updates pushed as pop-ups or page redirects in your browser are a common way used by hackers to spread malware. One of the most common fake updates that might crop up while you browse online is the fake... Read more
Windows has plenty of hidden folders that serve an important purpose that users are not aware of. Often, these directories are hidden in order to protect them from inexperienced users who might try to modify or delete... Read more
The Gvh65 Ransomware is a new threat, based on the Hive Ransomware. It is impossible to unlock these files for free, and users might have to resort to using data recovery options and software. When the Gvh65... Read more
KeyData is a Potentially Unwanted Program that may end up running on your Mac even though you do not remember installing it. Often, this happens to users because they unknowingly interact with fake downloads, software... Read more
Webcams rarely malfunction unless there is a software issue with them. However, sometimes hardware problems may occur, especially if you have played around with the cabling, or damaged your laptop. Most users who... Read more
The Gh0stTimes Malware is an upgraded variant of a well-known Remote Access Trojan – the Gh0st RAT. Both of these threats have been involved in multiple attack campaigns of the BlackTech hacking group. Unfortunately,... Read more
The Windows Taskbar can be a very convenient way to quickly access your favorite apps by pinning them there. This way, their icon will stay available even once you close them. However, some users complain that they... Read more
GABUTS Project Ransomware is a dangerous file-locker whose author is unlikely to be serious about their ransom demands. Unfortunately, the project is still serious – it is able to cause long-lasting damage to files by... Read more
Redirit1.me is a Web page, which uses misleading prompts to gain access to your browser notifications. The messages it shows may assure you that it is mandatory to press 'Allow' to continue browsing or to see... Read more
Researchers with cybersecurity firm Sophos recently shed light on a new and somewhat unusual scam. The campaign was dubbed CryptoRom and was targeting iPhone users in legitimate dating applications. The way the... Read more
The SillyRAT Malware is a malicious application, which was created by a developer who does not appear to be involved in cybercrime. The app, written in Python, is available on a public GitHub page, alongside its... Read more
The NaS Ransomware is a dangerous piece of malware that could infect your system. Thankfully, it is easy to keep your computer and data safe – up-to-date antivirus software can fully prevent the NaS Ransomware attack.... Read more
In yesterday's Patch Tuesday Microsoft patched 71 vulnerabilities and a handful of zero-day bugs in its products. One of the vulnerabilities patched was a privilege escalation bug that was reportedly already used in... Read more