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How downloading one program can give you six (!) PUPs

Security Knowledge [Apr, 2, 2015]

How downloading one program can give you six (!) PUPs

Because there are multiple players involved in the distribution of potentially unwanted programs (PUPs), you can end up with a sequence of PUPs coming from multiple different sources.

Banking malware Vawtrak attacks financial institutions in Canada

Alerts & Outbreaks [Apr, 1, 2015]

Banking malware Vawtrak attacks financial institutions in Canada

Banking trojan Vawtrak is attacking banks and financial institutions in Canada. The financial malware uses a man-in-the-middle attack to steal information but also has advanced capabilities like remote desktop control, botnet creation and more.

Emsisoft Online Armor support roadmap

Emsisoft News [Mar, 31, 2015]

Emsisoft Online Armor support roadmap

As of today, we have stopped selling Emsisoft Online Armor. New license activations will only be possible until end of May 2015. The official end of technical support will be March 31, 2016.

VaultCrypt ransomware offers fake customer support

Alerts & Outbreaks [Mar, 29, 2015]

VaultCrypt ransomware offers fake customer support

Like most other variants of ransomware, VaultCrypt encrypts files, but instead of directly asking for a ransom, it directs users to their so called “customer support” website.

Installer hijack vulnerability threatens almost half of all Android devices

Alerts & Outbreaks [Mar, 26, 2015]

Installer hijack vulnerability threatens almost half of all Android devices

Almost 50% of all Android devices are vulnerable to an Installer hijack. This may lead to unauthorized installation of adware or malware.

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