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Chat app Telegram is tricking users into installing cryptomining malware

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary Telegram – cryptomining malware: A must-read story from techrepublic.com calls out a revealing fact that Telegram users have become the victims of right-to-left coverage attacks, which makes them think of the Javascript file as a .PNG file with encryption and command and control software installed at runtime. Attacks were reportedly limited to Russia,

Remove those nasty adware from your PC properly

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on removing adware from your PC: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from blog.malwarebytes.com on how to remove adware from your PC How to delete adware Your way out is relatively simple. If you think there’s an adware issue on your PC, you can manually delete it in a few

Rise of the Hivenet Botnets That Think for Themselves

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Hivenet Botnets: A must-read story from darkreading.com describes a surprising fact that intelligent botnet clusters can identify and attack different attack vectors at once. In the past few years, a new development has taken place: Predicting software systems are using artificial intelligence techniques for programming. Recent advances in these tools use

North Korean Hacking Group “Lazarus” Targeting Banks & Bitcoin Users Via Sophisticated Malware

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Lazarus Hacker Group: Gbhackers.com reflects the truth about a new malware campaign, called Hao Bao, was launched by North Korean hacker group Lazarus, specifically targeting cryptocurrencies and financial institutions through sophisticated cyber-attacks. Lazarus hacker group In early 2017, Lazarus, a North Korean hacker group, actively circulated a large number of spear phishing

New Saturn Ransomware Actively Infecting Victims

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Saturn Ransomware: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from bleepingcomputer.com recaps a revealing story on MalwareHunterTeam this week found a new ransomware called Saturn. The ransomware will encrypt the file on your computer and then attach the .saturn extension to the file name. Saturn ransomware is actively distributed,

Is My Smart Home Telling People What I Do Every Day?

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Smart Home: A recent story from securityboulevard.com gives the truth that 2017 will always be called the beginning of a smart home takeoff year. Researchers estimate that Amazon has so far sold more than 15 million Echo devices. In addition, Google has sold another 5 million Google Homes. By 2022, the entire

North Korea’s Olympic Diplomacy Hasn’t Stopped Its Hacking…Still to come

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on North Korea Cyber Activities: A must-read story from wired.com reveals the truth about North Korea may seem virtually attractive. Its hockey team, combined with South Korea, has become the global symbol of dictator Kim Jong-un and calling for a better relationship with the South. Kim’s sister led the Pyeongchang charm offensive.

Kotlin-based malicious apps penetrated Google market -2 case studies

Malwarebyte Labs revealed Kotlin, an open source programming language and official programming language that fully supports Android. Google said Kotlin includes security features to make apps “health-by-default.” Many applications have been built by Kotlin, from the hottest startups to Fortune 500 companies. (Twitter, Uber, Pinterest) Kotlin Kotlin, which is simple and expressive, reduces the amount