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File infectors are malware that are capable of attaching themselves to executable files, e.g. “calc.exe” and “notepad.exe”. When we run an infected file, we don’t notice that “calc.exe” is infected, since it still shows the calculator running properly. But, behind the scenes, the malware is doing its malicious activities. In this post, we will look […]

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If thieves gain control of sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) on your computer, your identity can be stolen.  Information such as your social security number, driver’s license number, date of birth, or full name are examples of files that should be encrypted.  Confidential business data like individual customer information or intellectual property should also be […]

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We wrote more than two month ago about fake emails in German pretending to come from various known online shops that contain attached archives with malware. The email pretended that the attached files were invoices that the receiver of the email forgot to pay. A special characteristic of these emails was and still is that […]

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