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Spammers are turning to an old technique known as hailstorm to slip past anti-spam and anti-malware filters. Researchers say that hailstorm spam, first spotted in 2008, has been improved and is once again being used, only this time to spread Dridex banking malware and Locky ransomware. “Hailstorm attacks have become much more prevalent in 2016,” […]

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Most people associate malvertising with malware and the Windows platform. Indeed, the vast majority (and most damaging) attacks that happen thanks to malicious ads will typically target Windows users via exploit kits. But other systems are not immune to malvertising, at least in other forms. Case in point, rogue advertisers have plans for Mac users as […]

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80 percent of European IT security professionals expect their business to be threatened with a DDoS ransom attack during the next 12 months, according to Corero Network Security. The research, which polled over 100 security professionals at the Infosecurity Europe conference in London, highlights the growing threat of cyber extortion attempts targeting businesses in the […]

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