Archive for May, 2022

Beware Zip Attachments In Emails Could Be Qbot Malware

The owners of the Qbot botnet are changing things up.  The botnet's normal Modus Operandi for distributing their signature Qbot malware has been to push their malicious code via phishing emails which ...

This Banking Malware Can Fake Calls From Your Bank

There's a new strain of malware that specifically targets Android users that you should be aware of.  Dubbed simply "Fakecalls," it is a banking trojan that boasts a powerful new ability we ...

Large Company Snap-On Tools Recently Hit By Data Breach

If you have any tools in your garage, odds are good that at least a few of them are Snap-on tools.  The brand is ubiquitous in the United States and the company ...

Microsoft Edge Gets Overall Performance Boost

If you rely on Microsoft's Edge browser to surf the web, you're in luck.  The Redmond Giant has recently made some modifications to the browser's "sleeping tabs" feature, which improves its overall ...

HP Warns Users About Critical Security Vulnerability

Are you one of the legions of users who rely on the Teradici PCoIP client?  If so, be aware that whether you're running Windows, Linux, or macOS, there's a raft of new ...

Windows 11 Will Soon Get New Security Features

If you're a member of the Windows Insiders group, you may already be aware of this. If you missed the company's announcement be on the lookout for some new security improvements in ...

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Update Addresses Zero Day Exploit For Some Apple Devices

Update Addresses Zero Day Exploit For Some Apple Devices

If you're not familiar with the term, a Zero Day exploit is a security flaw that the software vendor is[...]
New Phishing Attack Delivers Three Types Of Malware To Victims

New Phishing Attack Delivers Three Types Of Malware To Victims

Phishing campaigns get more effective the more closely they can imitate a trusted source.  Recently, security researchers at Fortinet discovered[...]
Microsoft Warns New Sysrv Botnet Variant Is Dangerous

Microsoft Warns New Sysrv Botnet Variant Is Dangerous

Security researchers employed by Microsoft have recently spotted a variant of the Sysrv botnet.  They have dubbed the new variant[...]

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