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WiseSoft Adware

Similar to CPU Miner, WiseSoft is a rogue application that usually infiltrates systems without consent (the "bundling" method). Developers use WiseSoft to mine cryptocurrency. For this reason, this app is categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP). As mentioned above, criminals employ WiseSoft to mine cryptocurrency. This process drains system resources and, thus, computer performance might significantly diminish. WiseSoft's developers claim that this PUP "mines" only when the system is in idle state. Therefore, the software supposedly does not affect the user-experience. In fact, cyber criminals should never be trusted and you are advised to uninstall WiseSoft immediately. Furthermore, most PUPs cause unwanted redirects to various malicious websites. Some generate ads that conceal underlying content, and that might also redirect to malicious sites. Therefore, PUPs create security risks and dimi...

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Cyber criminals have been spreading ransomware viruses on Windows-based computers for some time. These types of infections became popular in mid-2006 and continue to infect personal computers and extort money from their victims. Recently, security research began showing a rise in Android-based mobile ransomware infections. Commonly, ransomware viruses exploit the names of authorities including the FBI, USA Cyber Crime Investigations, and The ICE Cyber Crime Center - making fake claims that users must pay an amount of money (for supposed law violations such as watching pornography, using copyrighted files, etc.) in order to unblock their devices. In most cases, cyber criminals employ the Green Dot MoneyPak, Ukash, or PaySafeCard pre-paid card services to collect fake fines from unsuspecting mobile device users. Tablet and mobile phone users should be aware that paying these fines as ordered by these messages ...

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“BestBuy” Hacker Pleads Guilty

On Friday, 21 July 2017, a 29-year-old man pleaded guilty to hijacking over 900,000 routers from Deutsche Telekom’s network towards the end of 2016. The attack which leveraged a customized version of the Mirai malware according to the hacker accidentally denied many Germans and German companies without access to the internet impacting on their ability to conduct business. The hacker has not been named by authorities but has gone by the nickname “Spiderman”, “BestBuy”, and “Popopret”. The hacker may be sentenced to 10 years in prison, with sentencing scheduled for 28 July 2017. Admissions in Court While during court proceeding the 29-year-old accused admitted that it was never his intention to cause the routers to stop functioning completely. Rather it was his intention to use the hijacked routers as pawns in a DDoS attack. Accidently his version of Mirai shut down routers rather than assisting in executing the D...

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