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Microsoft Reveals Fiendish Phishing Tactics

Phishing, namely the fraudulent attempt to gain an individual's personal information or credit card information via the use of emails and fake websites, continues to be a favored tactic employed by hackers to part users with money and information that can be used for identity theft. In a recent blog post has revealed three of the more cunning phishing operations they discovered for the year of 2019. Over the years protections against phishing have increased and become incredibly effective, preventing billions of malicious phishing emails from reaching end-users. This has in a sense created an arms war between cybercriminals and those looking to secure machines and networks. Researchers at Windows’ Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection noticed an escalation in the tactics used as well as techniques involving the abuse of legitimate cloud services like those offered by Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and others. The fir...

Snatch Ransomware has a New Trick

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Great Cannon Resurrected

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PyXie RAT Stealing Credentials and Passwords

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Search.yahoo.com Redirect

Search.yahoo.com is a popular website that can be used as the browser homepage or default Internet search engine. Recently, there is a rise in ...

Segurazo Unwanted Application

Segurazo is described as anti-virus software that includes real-time protection, threat detection, and protection of data and passwords. In fac...

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Your Apple iPhone Is Severely Damaged by (6) Viruses! POP-UP Scam (Mac)

This scam website is designed to trick its visitors into downloading and installing various questionable applications like fake VPN (Virtual Private Network) clients, and apps of other type. This page claims that device (iPhone) is infected with viruses and encourages visitors to remove them with one or another application. At the time of the research it offered to download some app called "Free App". We advise against downloading and installing software that is advertised on pages like this one or other deceptive, unofficial sites. This deceptive page is disguised as one of the Apple websites. Once visited, it says that Apple iPhone is severely damaged by 6 viruses. According to this page, user's browser is damaged by some trojan-type viruses that infected it through some recently visited corrupted pages. It is stated that these viruses might cause damage to sensitive data, Fa...

DMR64 Ransomware

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MessengerDeck Adware

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SpyHunter 5

Overview: Simply put a rootkit is a program or, more often, a collection of software tools that gives the hacker remote access to and control ov...

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware

Malwarebytes Anti-malware Pro costs $24.95 for a lifetime license and includes additional features not available in the free version, such as rea...

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Combo Cleaner: Antivirus and System Optimizer (for Mac computers)

  Supported platforms: At time of testing, Combo Cleaner was only available for Mac computers running the Mac OSX 10.10 (Yosemite), Mac ...

Avast Internet Security

Cost Many antivirus producers are wondering what it takes to make a successful paid for suite. What needs to be included to justify the price ta...

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