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Eltima Software's Elmedia Player and Folx Infected With Malware

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

Downloads of Folx and Elmedia player were infected with Proton, a Remote Access Trojan, after Eltima’s servers were hacked. The Proton backdoor lets attackers access browser information, keylogs, usernames, passwords, macOS keychain data, and more. 362 kata lagi


ipfilterX Codename Einherjar

>Date 20/10/2017


-Blocked Threats:
-Updated Threats: [3]
-IP Added Record: [+70K]
-Ranges Revision in progress:


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The Register: Canadian spooks release their own malware detection tool

The Register: Canadian spooks release their own malware detection tool. “Canada’s Communications Security Establishment has open-sourced its own malware detection tool. The Communications Security Establishment (CSE) is a signals intelligence agency roughly equivalent to the United Kingdom’s GCHQ, the USA’s NSA and Australia’s Signals Directorate. 7 kata lagi

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Eltima's Elmedia Player has been infected with malware - updated, now clear again

Update: the article below remains important if you downloaded an affected product before yesterday (19 October) afternoon. Eltima has now restored normal function, and their downloads are free from malware again. 226 kata lagi


Sockbot Android malware discovered in eight popular apps on Google Play

If you still aren’t being cautious about which apps you choose to download on your Android phone or tablet, perhaps this latest report will convince you to start taking the warnings seriously. 259 kata lagi


SUPERAntiSpyware - Review

What is SUPERAntiSpyware?

SUPERAntiSpyware is an application that will help keep you and your digital life safe from prying eyes. What I mean by this is there are numerous threats online to our digital privacy, from Trojans, Worms and Rootkits. 371 kata lagi


Malware in firmware: how to exploit a false sense of security

When it comes to cyberthreats, we in ESET-LATAM Research often see ransomware, banking trojans (especially in my home country – Brazil), botnets or worms. As a consequence, other types of dangerous malware that run inconspicuously might get less of our attention; as is the case with firmware malware or bootkits. 1.180 kata lagi

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