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Jan 09

LightsOut Adware Attack Prevents Users From Closing Ads

Researchers have recently discovered a new adware attack dubbed “LightsOut.”

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Jan 02

Chrome Extension Contains Cryptocurrency Miner

A Chrome extension, called Archive Poster, enables users to “quickly re-blog, queue, draft, and like posts right from another blog’s archive,” but it has been found to also infect the user’s browser with a cryptocurrency miner.

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Dec 22

Digmine Virus Spreads Via Facebook Messenger

A new cryptocurrency mining virus has risen, this time the virus is spreading through Facebook’s messenger app and is targeting Google Chrome desktop users.

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Dec 19

Google AdWords and Google Sites Used to Spread Malware

A new malware scam has surfaced in the wild.

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Dec 18

Dune Game Leaks Sensitive Data

Recently, researchers have discovered that the Android app “Dune!”, has been diseased with OWASP flaws is continuously leaking sensitive data.

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Dec 15

Eighty-five Google Play Store Apps Were Stealing Credentials

Over 85 apps in the Google Play store were found to be stealing credentials for the Russian networking platform, VK.com.

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Dec 13

Top Five Cyber-Security Predictions for 2018

This year has shown us some of the biggest cyber threats in history, with millions of consumers and businesses having been hit by the WannaCry attack, and the Uber and Equifax breaches--to name a few.

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Dec 13

Spider Ransomware

A new form of ransomware has surfaced that is spreading through infected office documents. The ransomware is dubbed “Spider” and the primary targets appear to be users in Bosnia, Serbia, and Croatia.

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Dec 13

Fidget Spinner App Sending Users’ Data to China

A researcher reverse-engineered an AiTURE fidget spinner Android app and discovered that it was collecting and sending data from other apps to a server in China, without the user’s knowledge or consent.

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Dec 11

1.4 Billion Credentials Found on Dark-Net

Researchers have found a 41GB data file which contains 1.4 billion user credentials in plain text.

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