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Tomas Meskauskas
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Founder and general operator of PCrisk.com.
Founder and general operator of PCrisk.com.

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The group called Tick, who have also been called Redbaldknight and Bronze Butler in the past, have been launching espionage campaigns targeting those in Japan and South Korea for a number of years.
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GandCrab developers have released the decryption keys for Syrian victims.
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Security experts often sound like the worst stuck record ever. “Update your software,” “update your hardware,” “update your operating system,” are said verbatim and on repeat constantly. The reason for all the repetition is that users to do not follow this simple advice.
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On Thursday, October 4, 2018, Bloomberg published an article which claimed that Chinese spies were able to gain privileged access to just under 30 major US companies.
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LoJax is possibly the first case of an attack leveraging the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) boot system being used in an attack by a threat actor.
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On September 28, 2018, Facebook announced that it had suffered a major security breach. The social media giant simultaneously announced that 50 million user accounts were accessed by unknown attackers.
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Recent reports across multiple platforms would indicate that hackers are still able to exploit the Google Play Store to upload malware with the intention of infecting Android devices. This is by no means a new phenomenon but hackers prove again that they are a resourceful bunch.
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A recently discovered malware strain can be seen as a Swiss Army knife. Not only can it function as ransomware it can also log and steal their keystrokes and add infected computers to a spam-sending botnet.
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Banks and other financial institutions have long been the targets of hackers. Not only do they deal with massive amounts of funds daily, but they are also entrusted with valuable personal information that stealing it is a major goal for many cyber criminals. This treasure trove of personal information includes credit card data, customer information, and the wealth of corporate data that can be sold off or exchanged by those looking to make a quick profit or get an edge over a business competitor.
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Last week this platform published an article which covered the emergence of a new exploit kit called Fallout discovered by security researchers at FireEye. Initially the exploit kit has been used to distribute the SmokeLauncher trojan and the GandCrab ransomware. This week, it has started to distribute a new ransomware called SAVEfiles via malvertising campaigns.
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