A new strain of Android malware called xHelper is making the rounds. What makes it notable is how persistent it is, with some saying it’s unremovable!
Hackers have developed many tricks to get their malware payload onto people’s systems, and we saw the first case of WAV files carrying malware recently.
Malware developers are hard at work disguising their payloads as educational material. A majority of the pirated textbooks online contain malware within.
Malware distributors can hide their attack by making a direct copy of a popular website, such as a VPN site, and provide a download with hidden malware.
Malware and rootkit can wreak havoc to your server. Luckily, there are plenty of tools to scan your Linux server for malware and rootkit, and they are free.
What if a virus infects your PC and hides when you open the Task Manager? This is what the Norman miner malware does, making it hard to detect.
85 Android apps were downladeda total of 8 million times from Google Play. These photography and gaming apps flooded users with spam.
Destructive malware is still very much out there. It’s just not targeting your home PCs anymore! It is now targeting business, where the real money is.
Hidden malware is something we should always be wary of. With the number of malware apps in Google Play Store, do you still trust it?
With yet another “ordinary” app being found and labeled as malware in the Google Play Store, what can Google due to help protect Android users more?
Recently, Microsoft went into red alert after Windows came under attack from a fileless malware called Astaroth. Find out more about Astaroth and how to protect yourself.
A new malware, Agent Smith, has infected as many as 25 million Android devices, replaacing installed apps with malicious versions.
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!
Ransomware is one of the worst kind of malware that extorts money from individuals. Learn what is ransomware, how it works and how you can prevent it.
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.