Monthly Archives: May 2018

New Malware Uses a Facebook-YouTube-Chrome Combo to Steal Bitcoins

The FacexWorm has been around since late last year, but it has been continually upgraded to be more efficient in stealing Bitcoins. It’s use of a select blend of social media to propagate itself makes it rather unique and may … Continue reading

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World Cyberwar I

Minor skirmishes in preparation for an all out cyberwar have been taking place in the Middle East for a number of years now. Since the Stuxnet attack on Iran’s nuclear facilities in 2010, the region has seen a number of … Continue reading

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The Dangerous Rise in Code Injection Attacks

So what’s code injection and why is it dangerous? In terms of a malware exploit, code injection is performed by an attacker to make a legitimate application do something it shouldn’t. Attackers place or inject code into an application or … Continue reading

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