An old exploit of Microsoft Office is still circling the Internet. The problem is, this exploit was fixed back in 2017, and it’s still doing damage to this day!
Microsoft is starting to display advertisements in Windows, and now malicious ads were found in the pool of adverts. Here’s how to safeguard yourself.
As users switched from torrenting to illegal streaming, malware developers have also come up with malware that target illegal streaming. Here are 3 of them.
Internet artist Guo O Dong intentionally loaded up a laptop with six of the most dangerous viruses and is selling it for more than $1 million.
During tax season, scammers can slip in their scams while people are in a frenzied state and get their malware onto the victim’s computer.
Recently, Office Depot and Support.com were collectively fined $35 million dollars for lying to customers about fake malware reports. Here’s how to protect yourself.
A recent strand of malware called SpeakUp is using backdoor attacks to get a miner onto servers running Linux. Here is what you need to know about it.
There is plenty of cryptocurrency malware around. The latest attack aims to silently redirect payments to the attacker instead of the intended recipient.
A new malware was discovered that uses Twitter and meme as its command center. Here’s how it works and how to protect yourself.
One strain of malware was found on 22 apps with over 2 million downloads before it was taken off of the market. This has caused some concern over how Google vets their apps.
What happens if viruses change their “signatures” to avoid detection by antiviruses software? This is what polymorphic and metamorphic malware are about.
Google removed 13 malware apps from the Play Store, but this was after it was discovered the Google malware apps were downloaded 500.000 times.
Are you an avid PS4 gamer? If so, you might be interested in a recent exploit that can make anyone fall victim to a message-based attack.
Gamers who are looking for ways to cheat at Fortnite found that they are getting more than they bargained for. A new malware targetting Fortnite cheaters was uncovered.
A banking trojan disguises itself as a genuine app so as to access your banking details. Learn all about banking trojans and how to keep yourself safe.
Somehow spyware disguised as anti-malware, Adware Doctor, was allowed into the Mac App Store. It was removed after gaining 6,000 positive reviews.
Because of an exploit with Safari, hackers can interfere with downloaded zip files, leaving Macs open to malware, but there’s an easy workaround.
The Lazarus Group has made a new strain of malware, AppleJeus, which is designed to steal cryptocurrency funds and can infect Mac computers as well.