An email with the subject of NDISPlan pretending to come from random names @ndis.gov.au <firstname.lastname@example.org>with a zip attachment is another one from the current bot runs which try to download various Trojans and password stealers especially banking credential stealers, which may include cridex, dridex,dyreza and various Zbots, cryptolocker, ransomware and loads of other malware on your computer. They
Everyone has browser extensions and/or plug-ins installed on their computers – whether they chose to install them or not. Sometimes, plug-ins can make our surfing experience better, but now lots of software vendors force users to install programs and modify their software attributes for their own benefit. For instance,
If you’re planning to migrate to Windows 10 you can do so with the reassurance that all Net Protector products are fully compatible with the new operating system so your security will continue to work following migration
Microsoft is putting a lot of weight behind its new operating system Windows 10. It’s free for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users
A Trojan is a harmful piece of software that users are typically tricked into downloading and running on their computers. After it is installed and activited, Trojan attacks the computer leading to deletion of files,data theft,or proliferation of viruses.
Trojans can also create back doors to give access to hackers.
The cyber criminals are sending fake emails about tax refund with the subject line ‘Raquel Betger shared “Tax Refund Notification.pdf” with you’ . They are trying to trap innocent users aimed at extracting bank details in the pretext of tax refund notification. The mails that you may receive about income tax refund is not sent by any government authorities as mentioned in the email.
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