Tag: cybercrime

Look out, someone has released the Kraken — or at least a ransomware strain named after it. Kraken Cryptor ransomware first made its appearance back in August, but in mid-September, the malicious beast emerged from the depths disguised as the legitimate spyware application SuperAntiSpyware. In fact, the attackers behind the ransomware were able to access ...
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The GandCrab ransomware, which first appeared in January, has been updated rapidly during its short life, with Version 5.0.2 appearing this month. In this post we will examine the latest version and how the authors have improved the code (and in some cases have made mistakes). McAfee gateway and endpoint products are able to protect ...
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Financial companies continue to innovate with their online products and services, bringing conveniences for customers, but challenges when it comes to security. This is because the current “fintech” (financial technology) landscape doesn’t just include traditional banks with online services. New players, like cryptocurrency sites, robo advisors and online loan providers have all joined the party. ...
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