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Chaos malware targets multiple...

According to researchers from Lumen-based Black Lotus Lab, a new Chaos malware is targeting multiple architectures to spread DDoS, cryptocurrency miners, and install backdoors. The malware is written in Go...

Hackers compromise GitHub accounts with...

GitHub warns that cyber attackers are compromising user accounts through a sophisticated phishing campaign. The malicious messages notify users that their CircleCI session has expired and that it is imperative...

New ransomware tool uses unique...

Threat actors are now updating the data exfiltration tool Exmatter with a unique data corruption feature, which attackers could switch to perform ransomware attacks in the future. The new unique...

Hackers target Microsoft SQL servers...

Microsoft SQL servers are being targeted with FARGO ransomware according to AhbLab Security Emergency Response Center (ASEC) researchers. MS-SQL servers are considered database management systems that store data for internet...

Bitdefender free decryptor for LockerGoga...

Bitdefender has published a free decryptor, which is supposed to help LockerGoga ransomware victims to restore their files without having to pay a ransom. The decryptor was developed thanks to...

Microsoft’s Edge news feed exploited...

Security researchers at Malwarebytes have uncovered an ongoing malvertising campaign that injects ads into Microsoft’s Edge News Feed, redirecting potential victims to websites that promote tech support scams. The Threat...

U.S. Seizes $30 Million Worth...

Chainalysis, a U.S. company, said it had worked with the FBI to recover more than $30 million in cryptocurrency stolen from online video game maker Axie Infinity by North Korea-linked...

Steps to Recover Lost and...

Losing files can generally be a painful experience, especially when it comes to a lot of vital information and Linux users are not exempted. Often, when these files are deleted,...

The Safest Browsers for Linux...

Security remains a top priority for Linux users worldwide. Apart from security, users are interested in browsers that can guarantee privacy. especially in a world where third-party applications and social...

Linux Server Security Best Practices...

Whether your system is running in a local office or remotely in a data center, security is vital to any environment. Unfortunately, there are often considerable security concerns associated with...

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