A sophisticated new piece of ransomware targeting Android users and locking them out of their devices by changing the PIN has been discovered by ESET researchers.
A new mobile ransomware variant uses a clever new technique to push affected users to pay the asked-for ransom: it takes a photo of the user with the phone's front-facing camera, and inserts that photo in the ransom message.
A new, improved variant of the Android Simplocker ransomware is lurking on third-party app stores.
If they haven't already, Internet Explorer users would do well to implement the security update provided by Microsoft last month, as among the fixed vulnerability is one that is currently being exploited via the popular commercial Angler exploit kit.
It didn't take long for malware peddlers to take advantage of the huge interest users have shown into Windows 10.
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