malware

Mac Malware blocked if you fix this simple Setting

In the last week two different types of OS X malware made their debut and it has Mac users biting their nails about the possibility of an unprotected Mac. Backdoor.MAC.Eleanor and OSX/Keydnap, the two newest Ma...

HummingBad Malware targets 85 million Android devices…

  As reported on the blog last week, malware has had a taste for Android devices. The HummingBad software is another type of Android malware that has infected 85 million users globally. HummingBad infects Andro...

Windows 10 – Taking Tricks from Malware

  Microsoft has been long pushing its users to jump aboard the Windows 10 train. But have they crossed the line? Tech writer for Computer World, Preston Gralla, explains how Windows 10 took over his wife&#...

Threats That Are Spoofing Mobile Enterprise Apps

Malware has taken to mobile applications, namely those in the enterprise. Enterprise employees use mobile applications to share data, send packages, manage email, and otherwise juggle the needs of a functioning...

Bank Accounts Targeted by Silent Malware

  Another level of sophisticated malware has hit the online banking platform in the form of a virus called “GozNym”. GozNym has already helped hackers steal over $4 million from banks in the Un...

Kansas Heart Hospital- Paying the ransom still wasn’t enough

The Kansas Heart Hospital in Wichita, recently found themselves at the mercy of a ransomware nightmare. Seeing as the demands were not unattainable or extremely high, the hospital decided to simply pay the Bitc...

Antivirus – Top 4 on the Market in 2016

  Keep your computer healthy and your stress low, with an easy to manage antivirus software. A wealth of options exist, so with the help of researcher Neil Rubenking at PCMag, we have comprised a list of t...

Businesses Beware- FBI warns Ransomware is on the rise

The FBI released statements of warning this week about the rapid growth of ransomware attacks. As attacks become more frequent and sophisticated, it is crucial that businesses are proactive about ransomware pre...

What to do if you suspect Malware? We have the answers

Most often one does not know that they are infected with Malware until it is indefinitely too late. A few signs can lead you too believe you might be infected, such as incredibly slow PC performance, browser po...

ATM’s – The Next Target For Hackers

Use of outdated operating systems like Windows XP and lack of security means it’s still possible to crack ATM security, warn researchers. As one of the millions of people who frequent their banks ATM at l...