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Very happy that Malwarebytes decided to merge with Adwcleaner!
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This guide is for the VMC Media Player and Fatalerror Scam program from the Rogue.Tech-Support-Scam family. When this infection is installed it will pretend to be installing the VMC Media Player, but will instead install a file called fatalerror.exe, which display fake Windows crashes. It will then automatically shutdown your computer, while displaying a Thank You prompt. Once the computer reboots, your Windows desktop will be replaced with a fak...
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For about a week since Stampado was discovered being sold on the darkweb for the cheap price of $39 USD, no samples were available. That changed today when two samples of Stampado appeared on VirusTotal. It is currently unknown if these samples are from a live distribution campaign or were submitted by the distributor/developer to te
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The Fake Norton Security Scan tech support scam is a Trojan from the Rogue.Tech-Support-Scam family that displays a fake scan window called Norton Security Scan. This window pretends to be a scan by a Norton product that states that high risk threats were detected and that you should call the listed tech support number. It is important to note that this is not a scan from a Norton product and Symantec or Norton are not involved in any way with th...
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This was a slow ransomware week in the beginning, but picked up steam towards the end. This week we had 1 new decryptor, 4 new ransomware infections, a new variant of CrytpXXX, and the reemergence of PadCrypt.
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80 percent of organizations based in the United States have been targeted by ransomware attacks over the past 12 months. That's just one of the major findings of Understanding the Depth of the Ransomware Problem in the United States, a report commissioned by security firm Malwarebytes and conducted by Osterman Research.
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This week we have leaked keys, analysis of a new family, 1 new ransomware variants, 3 new ransomware infections, and 1 new ransomware decryptor. It was a big week for the Petya and Mischa devs as they opened their Ransomware as a Service to the public and leaked 3,500 decryption keys for the Chimera Ransomware.
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The devs behind the Mischa and Petya ransomware have leaked approximately 3500 RSA decryption keys for the Chimera Ransomware. These keys are in hex format, but can be converted back to their normal format and used within a decryptor by a security company or professional.
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Version 52.0.2743.82 of Google Chrome was released today that contains 48 security fixes. Of those 48 fixes, 17 were highlighted as coming from external sources and being eligible for a bounty for their disclosure.
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