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1. SharkBot Malware (Android)
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... software. We recommend Avast, Bitdefender, ESET or Malwarebytes. Malware in general AbstractEmu, PixStealer, MRAT, Ghimob, and BlackRock are some examples of Android-specific malware. In general, ...
2. Vultur RAT (Android)
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... and BlackRock are some examples of malware designed to infect Android operating systems. Malicious software can have a wide variety of heinous abilities, which can be in different combinations. Furthermore, ...
3. DEMON Ransomware
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... data will be destroyed and/or sold to third parties. For more details, victims are urged to contact these cyber criminals by sending an email to blackingdom@gszmail.com. Typically, ransomware-type programs ...
... and the Black Kingdom ransomware strains have been distributed using the flaws. Recently, it was discovered that Taiwanese computer manufacturing giant Acer had suffered a cyber incident of some kind. ...
5. Black Kingdom Ransomware
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What is the Black Kingdom ransomware? Black Kingdom, also known as GAmmAWare, is a malicious program classified as ransomware. Systems infected with this malware experience data encryption and users ...
... analyzed the malware along with Malwarebytes and VMWare Carbon Black. In a subsequent report published by Red Canary, it was found that the malware can target Apple’s heralded M1 chips. This would make ...
7. CoderWare Ransomware
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What is CoderWare? CoderWare (also known as BlackKingdom) is designed to encrypt victims' files, modify their filenames, and generate ransom messages. It renames encrypted files by appending ".DEMON" ...
8. CovidWorldCry Ransomware
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... server such as Cloud and/or unplugged storage devices. Some examples of other ransomware-type programs are Covm, BANG and Black Kingdom. How did ransomware infect my computer? Most cyber criminals ...
9. Covm Ransomware
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... include Koti, BANG and Black Kingdom. Generally, software of this type encrypts data and creates/displays a ransom message containing instructions about how to contact the developers, pay the ransom, and ...
10. BANG Ransomware
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... made before the infection and was stored in a separate location. Screenshot of a message encouraging users to pay a ransom to decrypt their compromised data: Black Kingdom, Solider, and Cov19 are some ...
11. MassLogger Virus
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... accounts, it can be used for blackmail. Accounts in some way connected to financial information (e.g. e-commerce, online money transfer, etc.) often store these details, which can then be used by criminals ...
12. Zeus Sphinx Trojan
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... for loans (i.e., to lend them money). Data storage accounts can be targeted for ransom/blackmail purposes, especially if they contain sensitive and/or compromising content. E-commerce (online store) ...
... against the World Health Organisation (WHO) which has been linked to DarkHotel. Alexander Urbelis, a cybersecurity expert and attorney with the New York-based Blackstone Law Group, informed Reuter’s journalists ...
14. Beware Black Friday
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The day after Thanksgiving in the United States has become known as Black Friday and has become defined by mad shopping for discounted products. The term may have originated in Philadelphia in the 1960s, ...
Security researchers are seeing an increase in the Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks which abuse the Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) features of home routers. This new technique makes it harder ...
... drive-by download exploit kits such as Blackhole. But now there is yet another reason to fear Citadel as a new variant has been discovered in the wild that could bring Citadel back into the spotlight ...
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