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Live Coronavirus Map Used to Spread Malware

Live Coronavirus Map Used to Spread Malware

Cybercriminals constantly latch on to news items that captivate the public's attention, but usually they do so by sensationalizing the topic or spreading misinformation about it. Recently, however, cybercrooks have started disseminating ...
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Cybercriminals taking advantage of the Coronavirus

In recent weeks, we have witnessed cybercriminals trying to cash in on global fears about the novel coronavirus. Analysts across various intelligence vendors have observed that cybercriminals are taking advantage of the ...
AZORult Trojan Disguised Itself as Fake ProtonVPN Installer

AZORult Trojan Disguised Itself as Fake ProtonVPN Installer

Security researchers observed samples of the AZORult trojan disguising themselves as fake ProtonVPN installers for distribution. Back in November 2019, malicious actors launched this attack campaign by registering the domain “protonvpn[.]store” with ...
Mapping Out a Malware Distribution Network

Mapping Out a Malware Distribution Network

More than a dozen US-based web servers were used to host 10 malware families, distributed through mass phishing campaigns. Malware families include Dridex, GandCrab, Neutrino, IcedID and others. Evidence suggests the existence ...
STOP Ransomware Variant Installing Azorult Infostealer

STOP Ransomware Variant Installing Azorult Infostealer

A variant of the STOP ransomware family is downloading the Azorult infostealer onto victim’s machines as part of its infection process. Security researcher Michael Gillespie was the first to detect this malicious ...

Necurs Botnet Launches Campaign Against Banks

The Necurs botnet has been observed pushing an unusual malware campaign that almost exclusively targets users and employees within the financial sector. Necurs is one of the largest and longest-lived botnet that’s ...
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