No Way Home’ Pirated Downloads Contain Crypto-Mining Malware

Peter Parker may not be a cryptocurrency intellectual criminal, but the name Spiderman is increasingly becoming associated with the mining landscape. ReasonLabs, a leading provider of cybersecurity detection and prevention software, recently discovered a new way of hacking malware on customer computers in the guise of the latest Spiderman movie. As perhaps the most talked … Read more

Keep an eye on your passwords leaked in hacks or data breaches

Data breaches are becoming all too common and in the event that your personal data, such as login details, has been breached, you are unlikely to find out until users are notified by the affected company or website. However, there are tools that can give you a nice notice and window to change your account … Read more

14 New XS-Leaks (Cross-Site Leaks) Attacks Affect All Modern Web Browsers

Researchers have discovered 14 new types of cross-site data leakage attacks against various modern web browsers, including Tor Browser, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari, and Opera, among others. Collectively known as “XS-Leaks”, browser errors allow a malicious website to collect personal data from its visitors as they interact with other websites in … Read more

Over 500,000 Android Users Downloaded a New Joker Malware App from Play Store

A malicious Android app with more than 500,000 downloads from the Google Play app store has been discovered to host malware that stealthily filters users’ contact lists on an attacker-controlled server and enrolls users in premium paid subscriptions. unwanted without your knowledge. The latest Joker malware was found in a messaging-focused application called Color Message … Read more