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Process Ghosting: A New Executable Image Tampering Technique in the Wild

In addition to advancing hacking strategies, cybercriminals often try different tactics to evade security detections. In one such tactic discovered recently, security researchers from...

New Malvertising Campaign Found Distributing Trojanized Version of AnyDesk

Digital advertising is one of the fastest-growing media. The entire world is hooked to cell phones and hence digital ads are often found on...

Has Your Organization Addressed These 3 Common Employee Habits?

Cybersecurity risks are a major concern for most organizations globally. Cyberattacks are often seen as threats from outside, but sometimes inadvertent actions from employees...

Magecart Group 12 Found Deploying PHP Web Shells to Skim Users’...

Malicious web shells have been wreaking havoc by enabling remote access, executing arbitrary commands, and controlling servers. It’s a technique mostly used by Magecart...

Think Before You Scan! Malicious QR Codes in the Wild

Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, people across the globe have encountered dramatic changes in their daily lives. From the way we used...

REvil Ransomware Gang Targets Apple’s Supplier, Quanta; Threatens to Leak Blueprints

The REvil ransomware gang reportedly hacked Taiwanese manufacturer Quanta Computer, which among others, manufactures Apple’s iWatch and MacBook devices. As per the REvil gang’s...

Internet Swamped with Over 100K Pages Serving Malicious PDFs

Cybersecurity researchers found threat actors using search engines to lure business professionals into installing a Remote Access Trojan (RAT) inadvertently. According to an analysis from...

Saint Bot – A New Malware Downloader Spotted

Security experts from Malwarebytes discovered a new malware strain used in phishing attacks to install credential stealers and additional malware payloads. Tracked as Saint...

What is DDoS and How Can I Better Defend My Business...

DDoS attacks are attempts to flood your network resources and disrupt the normal flow of traffic. Think of it as a sudden traffic jam...

FBI Removes Malicious Web Shells from Microsoft Exchange Servers

The FBI executed a court-authorized operation to copy and delete malicious web shells from hundreds of vulnerable systems in the U.S. that were running...

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