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.
This app can steal all money from your bank account, never download
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!
Team Kerala Cyber Warriors, a hacking group based out of India, have begun to install ransomware on web sites based out of Pakistan.
Last week group of Hackers were able to gain the access of Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (UHBVN) power company’s computer systems and Encrypted the billing data of their customers.
The criminal group behind previous Ransomware campaigns have now switched their focus to delivering a Monero cryptocurrency miner.
Monero price has gone from $132 on November 21 to $457. and now $374 as on 26-Dec-2017. That’s 3.4 times the price in one month.
The Aesir (Locky) is a new variant of the Locky ransomware infection.
Aesir (Locky) virus is distributed through spam emails same as other variants of ransomware. Below is an email that is infected with a randomware such as Aesir (Locky) virus.
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.
Think twice before opening any attachment received with spam emails!!
May contains malicious script to take logs of your keystrokes and screenshots of your sensitive information.
A new trojan is distributed via email spam that contains a Microsoft Excel file attachment. When opened, this file will attempt to trick users into enabling the macro feature.
A brand new type of the 7ev3n Ransomware has been recently discovered. This ransomware will encrypt your data and then ransom your files for approximately $400 USD in bitcoins. It is currently unknown how it is being distributed or what encryption type it uses.
After 7ev3n-HONE$T encrypts your data, it will rename your files to sequential numbers using the .R5A extension.