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According to local media reports, Russian courts and government agencies have been hit by a previously-undocumented strain of data-wiping malware known as CryWiper. The malware was first discovered in August...
From November 9-10, 2022, Bitdefender attended the Cyber Defense Initiative Conference (CDIC) 2022 at the BITEC convention center in Bangkok, Thailand. CDIC is one of the largest Cybersecurity and Information Security Conferences in Thailand and Southeast Asia and is epresented by both the public and private sectors.
Meta fired dozens of contractors and employees embroiled in a scandal involving unauthorized access of users' accounts for numerous reasons, including to steal money. Facebook has an internal mechanism developed for a particular...
Bitdefender Mobile Security has received a significant upgrade with Chat Protection, which now fends off threats on WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Discord and Telegram, besides the SMS and notification protection offered by Scam Alert. A boom in attacks in recent years has followed unlikely vectors, such as SMS. Despite the prevalence of instant messaging apps in day-to-day communication...
Decentralized finance (DeFi) platform Team Exchange was hit by a devastating attack yesterday that cost the service over $14.5 million in crypto tokens.
Hacktivists hit Iran's Atomic Energy Organization and claimed to have stolen more than 50GB of critical documents on the country’s nuclear program operations. Thousands of emails, messages and other types of data have been taken from an email server by a hacktivist group named Black Reward. The Iranian Atomic Energy Agency initially denied it was hacked or had any security issues, but the group posted proof of their intrusion...
Google has announced that corporate users will finally get client-side encryption (CSE) for Gmail and Google Calendar, giving its services an important security boost.
Security experts have identified a new strain of Android spyware used in attacks against devices in the Middle East that can steal victims’ data and carry out cyber espionage.
Zimperium, the mobile security firm that made the discovery, claims that the malware, dubbed “RatMilad,” can facilitate extortion, eavesdropping on conversations, data theft, blackmail and other vicious attacks.
Ransomware Attacks on Home Users Are Frighteningly Common, Bitdefender Data Reveals. Here Are 3 Tips to Stay Safe at Home
Although the media focuses on ransomware attacks on businesses, many attacks still quietly unfold in the consumer space as well. Bitdefender data shows the most notorious names in ransomware now dedicate a considerable portion of their resources to hitting home users.
US-based game publisher 2K recently disclosed that an attack against its help desk might’ve jeopardized their customers’ security. Attackers compromised its support platform and targeted customers with phony tickets injected with the Redline information-stealing malware.