AppCheck Anti-Ransomware Is A Nice Security Software You Should Use At Home (Free) Or At The Office (Paid)

WannaCry Ransomware ; AppCheck Anti-Ransomware Is A Nice Security Software You Should Use At Home (Free) Or At The Office (Paid)
As you may know, the ransomware malware is that type of virus that encrypts all your data and asks for a ransom if you want everything back. It has grown a lot lately, becoming a big threat for both enterprise and home users. In this article I will make a mini-presentation of AppCheck Anti-Ransomware, a complementary security solution that has been designed by Checkmal to run alongside your antivirus software on Windows. AppCheck Anti-Ransomware is created by a Korean developer and can run...
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The GreyKey Is An Expensive Device That Can Crack Any iPhone

The GreyKey Is An Expensive Device That Can Crack Any iPhone
A security company named Grayshift has created a device that hacks any iPhone device on the market. It comes with two lightning cables, permitting the users to unlock two Apple devices in the same time. The device has the dimensions of a mini pc and is highly portable. Depending on the password complexity, the cracking takes from a few hours to a few weeks time. After it is cracked, the passcode is displayed on the iPhone screen. After the iPhone is cracked, the data is copied on the GreyK...
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Haven app can turn your old phone into a surveillance system

Haven
As you may know, Edward Snowden is the guy that has leaked in the press a bunch of NSA documents and created a caused a big scandal with this. Recently, Edward has developed Haven, an open-source, free Android application that transforms your old mobile phones into surveillance systems. It uses the device's camera, audio recording ability and the accelerometer to detect movement and notify the user. Despite the strong encryption methods, every device is vulnerable to physical, in-person ta...
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The Ultimate Guide For Protecting Yourself From Malicious CPU Minigolf Websites

The Ultimate Guide For Protecting Yourself From Malicious CPU Mining
Lately, the crypto currency mining has risen a lot. Many malicious sites have started using the CPU to mine for Monero bitcoin, similar to what PirateBay did until they were caught. Also, the Trend Micro team has discovered Digmine, a crypto malware that spreads through Facebook Messenger and infects the systems with Monero miners. The virus spreads via Facebook Messenger, when the malicious videos are opened in the Chrome browser, allowing the hackers to access the infected account and sprea...
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OSArmor Is An Anti Exploit Free Software That Blocks Malicious Processes From Running

OSArmor Is An Anti Exploit Free Software That Blocks Malicious Processes From Running
As you may know, OSArmor is a free anti exploit software that stays in the Windows Tray and protects the computer against auto executable scripts. The software has been designed by the NoVirus Thanks and is officially supported on Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. Main features: Block execution of pif, com and double file extensions. Block USB spreading malware. Prevent "important" system modifications via bcedit.exe. Block direct execution of scripts and exe files from archi...
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Opera 50 NoCoin Feature Will Prevent Malicious Sites From Performing CPU Bitcoin Mining

Opera NoCoin
Starting with Opera 50 stable, the Chromium based internet browser will receive two awesome changes: enhanced VPN service, which will be using the Opera data centers instead of the SurfEasy LLC ones used in the present and a new function called NoCoin, designed to block websites from performing CPU mining while you navigate on the internet. The revised VPN function: Starting with the new VPN function, Canada, US, Germany, Netherlands and Singapore will be replaced with Europe, America and Asia...
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How To Remove The Troubleshooter Malware That Generates Fake BSODs And Asks Users To Buy A Non Existent Windows Defender AV

How To Remove The Troubleshooter Malware That Generate Fake BSODs And Asks Users To Buy A Non Existent Windows Defender AV
According to Myce, the security researchers from Malwarebytes have discovered a malware called Troubleshooter, which generates fake Blue Screen of Deaths (BSODs) and asks the user to buy Windows Defender Essentials (fake Windows Defender version) to clean the computer. The malware inserts a BSOD image and disables the key combinations that permit the user to close the windows (e.g. ALT+F4) and asks for 25$ on Paypal, for buying the fake version of Win Defender. A security resea...
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Get Shadow Defender for free

shadow defender
Shadow Defender is an easy-to-use security solution (for Windows operating systems) that protects your PC/laptop real environment against malicious activities and unwanted changes. Shadow Defender can run your system in a virtual environment called ‘Shadow Mode’. ‘Shadow Mode’ redirects each system change to a virtual environment with no change to your real environment. If you experience malicious activities and/or unwanted changes, perform a reboot to restore your system back to its original...
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Get MalwareFox for free

malwarefox
Malwarefox is advanced, yet simple-to-use anti-malware solution for Windows computers. It gets rid of adware, spyware, browser hijacker and other malware and keeps PC safe from Ransomware. It provide aggressive detection capabilities and effective malware removal tool to keep your systems safe and secure. Considering the advent newer form of cyber crimes, Anti-Malware software have become necessity these days. This is because traditional Antivirus programs are incapable of catching every thre...
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After few months Locky ransomware reappeared

locky ransomware
According to a Malwarebytes article, after it went dark for months, Locky ransomware returned with two new 'flavors'. The new versions use new command and control servers. They also use two new affiliate IDs: AffillD3 and AffillD5. The way that the ransomware is spreading has not changed much. It still uses phishing e-mails that contains malicious code into MS Office files or archived attachments. Back in 2016, Locky ransomware was in top 3 along with Cryptowall and Cerber. It came back in...
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