Locky Ransomware

February 22, 2016By Nathan Wyman

A new form of ransomware has hit the scene, and although this one has a playful nickname it is no fun at all. The bad news is that “Locky” ransomware will encrypt virtually…read more

Threat Recap Week of Feb. 15

February 19, 2016By Connor Madsen

A lot happens in the security world, some big and some small, and many stories get lost in the mix. In an effort to keep our readers informed and updated, we present the…read more

Threat Recap: Week of Dec 7th

December 11, 2015By Connor Madsen

Top 5 Week of Dec. 7 UAE Bank Hack In the last week, a major financial institution in the United Arab Emirates was hacked, with customer information being ransomed for a sum of…read more

What’s in a name?

December 2, 2015By Dan Para

Any time a malware variant hits the news we get numerous requests for information. It is typically quite difficult to provide any information based on names that have been given to threats. A…read more

Vaporizer chargers can contain malware

November 21, 2014By Tyler Moffitt

Vaporizers (AKA E-cigarettes) have been gaining some serious traction and widespread use over the past few years. The sudden surge of popularity isn’t too surprising considering the fact that the health implications of…read more

What To Know About Apple and WireLurker

November 6, 2014By Yegor Piatnitski

Everyone’s heard the saying ‘Macs aren’t malware-proof’, right? Oh, you haven’t? Count me not surprised. It could be due to the fact that that’s not an actual saying, but the more likely reason…read more

Spamvertised ‘June invoice” themed emails lead to malware

June 17, 2014By Dancho Danchev

Cybercriminals continue spamvertising tens of thousands of malicious emails on their way to socially engineer gullible end users, ultimately increasing their botnet’s infected population through the systematic and persistent rotation of popular brands….read more

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