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New IoT bot ‘Reaper’ more destructive than Mirai: eScan

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What is a Ransomware and how does it work? Explained

Ransomware has become one of the major topics of discussion these days with the huge attacks on government offices, schools, and hospitals. Let’s have a...

What’s the Difference Between Viruses and Malware?

These days many of us talk about like malware and spyware a lot more than the virus. Have you ever wondered what exactly are...

A Decryption Key is now available for the Original Petya Ransomware

The master key for the popular trouble making ransomware Petya has finally been released. This is not the latest Petya/ExPetr which created havoc in...

Researchers hack a computer using DNA

Researchers inject malware code in a strand of DNAWith each passing day, hackers are using innovative ways to breach cyber security systems....

WannaCry hero ‘Marcus Hutchins’ arrested and charged with malware offences in...

Marcus Hutchins accused of creating Russian banking Trojan ‘Kronos’ Not so long ago, Marcus Hutchins, a 23-year-old British security researcher with the blog name “MalwareTech”...

New variant of Fruitfly malware for macOS found after years

Fruitfly malware Can Control a Mac’s Webcam and KeyboardA malware designed for MacOS was identified earlier this year. Now, there has emerged...

7 Worst Cyberattacks in Recent History

Malware and hacking tactics are becoming more advanced, and users need to be prepared against attackIt’s one thing to click the wrong...

Beware! Locky Ransomware Is Now Using JPEG/JPG Images

Recently that hackers are using Facebook Messenger to spread the ransomware using .SVG files. Now, security researchers have identified that hackers are using .JPG images...

Threat to chrome browser beware of it

A malware known as eFast Browser is deleting your original chrome browser and instead of that it is installing by itself. It will become...

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