Posts Tagged: trojan

Email & PowerPoint-Based Malware Attacks

Email & PowerPoint-Based Malware Attacks

June 21, 2017

As if there weren’t already enough reasons to distrust your emails, a ransom ware attack in late May shows that hackers have the power to steal money and information without your input. Well, actually they don’t, but that’s not what all the headlines said a week ago. Many cyber attacks and news articles rely on […]

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Fighting Fake AntiVirus Software

Fighting Fake AntiVirus Software

November 29, 2016

The invention of antivirus software has caused a lot of computer users to be spared from a whole lot of hassle. Due to the vast amount of viruses and malware on the internet, there is a large variety of antivirus programs for consumers to choose from, but be wary when downloading antivirus software because everything […]

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Computer Security Watch – Aug 5 2014

Computer Security Watch – Aug 5 2014

August 5, 2014

Ding! Ding! Round Two! Today’s Top Threat Downloader.Sesafer The Downloader.Sesafer does as the name suggests, it is a Trojan horse that will download potentially malicious files to your PC and infect your machine. While it’s on your machine it will do its best to steal your information! Today’s Top Stories When Were Computer Viruses First […]

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Computer Security Watch – July 31 2014

Computer Security Watch – July 31 2014

July 31, 2014

A Guiding Light Today’s Top Threat Trojan.Scieron!gen2 The second generation of the Scieron family Trojan has been making its way through the internet lately. The premise of this virus is to open a back door on your computer, and then steal information all the while downloading more unwanted files. Today’s Top Stories WWCD?: Clark Griswold’s […]

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New Cyber Threat Attacking Companies in Canada, the Philippines and Other Countries

New Cyber Threat Attacking Companies in Canada, the Philippines and Other Countries

September 20, 2012

Hackers utilizing a RAT, otherwise known as a Remote Access Trojan, named Mirage have been engaging in a systematic cyber espionage campaign against a plethora of targets, including a Canadian energy company, a large oil firm in the Philippines and several other countries since April, according to Dell’s SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit. This is the […]

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