Most Android users are, once again, in danger of having their devices compromised by simply previewing specially crafted MP3 or MP4 files.
Global research from Neustar reveals more activity around targeted, smaller assaults aimed at distracting firmsí IT departments while malware is installed to steal valuable corporate data.
Faced with the infamous Windows Blue Screen of Death, many unexperienced computer users' first reaction is panic. It is this reaction that cyber crooks are counting on.
A critical vulnerability has been found in the latest version of WinRAR, the popular file archiver and compressor utility for Windows, and can be exploited by remote attackers to compromise a machine on which the software is installed.
Attackers have developed a botnet capable of 150+ Gbps DDoS attack campaigns using XOR DDoS, a Trojan malware used to hijack Linux systems, according to Akamai.
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