Category Archives: Cybercrime & Hacking

2 Important Lessons to Learn From the Ashley Madison Hack

2 Important Lessons to Learn From the Ashley Madison Hack

No matter how you feel about Ashley Madison’s business model, we can all admit there’s a lot to learn from the website’s recent data breach. In case you don’t have all of the facts, here’s a quick update: Ashley Madison

5 of the World’s Dumbest Cyber Criminals

5 of the World’s Dumbest Cyber Criminals

Just because you can use a computer, it doesn’t mean you’re smart. Movies portray hackers as criminal masterminds who can take down corporations — or even the national electrical grid — with the a few keystrokes. It may be true

Fake Safari patch leads to MacKeeper and ZipCloud

There are several ways to infect systems and spread malicious files. one of the widely used method is the fake application update this because it is something that we do constantly and user trust the application vendor.  over this week

Student created more than 100 Trojans within two years

Over this week Trend Micro published an article about Lordfenix a 20-year-old college student created more than 100 Trojans. This is a relatively big number especially when we know that the malwares were designed to steal users financial information. The

Twitter Phishing Attack Targeting Bank Of America Customers

Computer internet credit card security concept with padlock

Social media is widely used for promoting news and products but at the same time it is used for malicious intent such as promoting phishing websites. over this week Malwarebytes published an article about a Twitter account claiming to be

Duqu Malware Attack Kaspersky Lab Corp

Duqu Malware Attack Kaspersky Lab Corp

Kaspersky Lab have announced over this week a successful malicious attack against the corporate network.  Attack was firstly discovered in the spring of 2015. The report disclosed that cyber criminals used Duqu 2.0 malware to infect companies across several locations

Fake Kaspersky Keygen URL Redirect to Survey and Prizes

We can find many tools that claim to provide security but actually they are hosted by cyber criminal to infect users. Over this week Jovi Umawing from Malwarebytes posted a new malicious website that is supposed to provide Kaspersky Keygen