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COVID-19 (Coronavirus) themed malware attacks are now common. The subject matter automatically contains at least two of the primary social engineering triggers, fear and urgency, making it an obvious lure for use by criminals. Even a long-standing China-based APT has begun to use the threat in a new spear-phishing campaign. Researchers from Check Point Research […]

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While there may be more than 1 billion pieces of malware prowling the internet for a chance to infect victims, one particular piece of nastiness has been inflicting financial losses and security headaches for years. Known as ransomware, its sole purpose is to block access to computer systems or files until the victim pays a […]

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Researchers have discovered a new SMS phishing campaign targeting mobile numbers in the United States aiming to steal online banking credentials and install the Emotet malware wherever possible. SMS phishing campaigns, also known as smishing, follows a straightforward recipe. Victims receive an SMS message with an embedded link, sending them to a malicious site. Sometimes, […]

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