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September 2013

Taking about new and sophisticated Android malware, we may have a winner. A malware that uses Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) servers to send stolen information to the malware author has made its entry. When it comes to sophistication, this mobile malware is known to outrun most malware families. Part...
IT Returns of SRK, Salman Khan, and Sachin Tendulkar Hacked Looks like cyber criminals have their eyes on Bollywood as well. Reportedly, a Chartered Accountancy (CA) student has been charged with hacking into the income tax returns of Bollywood stars Sharukh Khan and Salman Khan. Industrialist Anil Ambani and sport...
Previously we had reported about the “FBI virus”. The virus locks the computer screen and stops the user from using the infected machine until they agree to pay a certain amount of money to the cybercriminal. Today, we will discuss a new entry in the list of file encrypting ransomware;...
Microsoft warns Users of Critical Internet Explorer Vulnerability All supported versions of Internet Explorer, as reported by Microsoft, have a new security vulnerability. This security flaw can allow a hacker to use remote code execution (RME) and gain access to the victim’s computer. Incidents of malwares exploiting IE 8 and...
The Redmond Giant has issued a critical security advisory in the interest of Internet Explorer users. Reports are in that, a security vulnerability in all supported versions of IE has been let loose. What is the Vulnerability? In its official security advisory, Microsoft has reported the vulnerability to be a...
If you thought there is only a black market for stolen mobile phones, drugs, pirated software, etc., then you could be wrong. Online black market is something that is taking root across the world, and one of its most lucrative commodities is your personal identity information. The digitization of our...
2,900 Online Banking Infections Hit India in the Second Quarter of 2013 Reportedly, the second quarter of 2013 witnessed a whopping 1,45,000 online banking infections globally. 2% of this figure, which comes to 2,900, appears to have occurred in India. Security analysts were able to detect a malware that redirects...