According to reports, 25 million Android devices around the world were infected by way of a plague referred to as Agent Smith, of which 15 million are in India. The Agent Smith virus pops ads on infected phones and is reportedly infecting devices through third-party app stores.
Protection researchers have learned an ongoing phishing campaign distributing a brand new remote access trojan (RAT) and actively concentrating on industrial banking purchasers with keyloggers and understanding stealers.
NPAV Lab has discovered a new phishing attack on 04th June 2019. Hackers have created a phishing email which has an official company logo, email id and other details which trick users to believe that it is legitimate mail.
Guess who decided to show up? No, it’s not Santa Claus, it’s the Emotet banking trojan that’s been around for a while and aims to harvest user’s sensitive financial information. Be careful!
NPAV Cybersecurity Labs has researched and discovered that hackers are spreading malware which can steal users passwords from various applications.
Recently NPAV Cyber Security Research Lab has come across a malware which infects the PCs. It will show such fake message regarding “Update your Flash Player”.
Users are tricked into downloading and running this Malware executable.
The Hermes ransomware, like all other ransomware encrypting the files on your infected computer and appending .HRM extension. The malware also uses advanced encryption in order to render a unique decryption key for each file or set of files.
The latest variant of Locky Ransomware is released. Distributed via spam email containing infected attachments or links to malicious websites.
Once infected, it will scan your PC for .doc, .docx, .xls, .pdf etc files and encrypt them adding an .asasin extension.
Aleta – a latest variant of BTCWare, encrypt user files with extension [email@example.com].aleta
Upon encryption a ransom note !#_READ_ME_#!.inf will be left at user desktop regarding payment information and [firstname.lastname@example.org].aleta will be appended.
A new strain of ransomware is spreading in this month called “HDDCryptor” or “DiskCryptor“. As the name suggests, it will encrypt complete drive and overwrite MBR (Master Boot Record) to show a ransom message.
The victims will find their computers booting to a screen asking for a password, which is the decryption key.