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It appears that not even the iconic Windows logo is safe from malware(opens in new tab) anymore, as some cybercriminals managed to successfully hide malicious code inside it. Cybersecurity experts at Symantec claim to have spotted one such campaign using a process of hiding malicious code in otherwise harmless images, otherwise known as steganography. It […]

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The BlackCat ransomware crew has been spotted fine-tuning their malware arsenal to fly under the radar and expand their reach. “Among some of the more notable developments has been the use of a new version of the Exmatter data exfiltration tool, and the use of Eamfo, information-stealing malware that is designed to steal credentials stored […]

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The LockBit ransomware-as-a-service group has paid the first payment of $50,000 as part of their bug bounty program for researchers willing to aid in cybercriminality. The ransomware collective had announced in June that it will pay individuals who find exploitable vulnerabilities as well as bugs in the software it uses to maliciously encrypt files that […]

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