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Daniel Zimmermann

Daniel Zimmermann has been writing on security and malware subjects for many years and has been working in the security industry for over 10 years. Daniel was educated at the Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Germany and currently lives in New York.

Neutrino Botnet Seizes Web Shells of Other Hackers

Neutrino Botnet Seizes Web Shells

Positive Technologies experts said that Neutrino’s operators changed their tactics and for more than a year, they have been seizing web shells of other hackers and infecting not ordinary users, but servers. Analysts write that the next round of development of the malware began in 2018. If earlier this malware …

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Open Source Android Spyware AhMyth Enters Google Play Store

AhMyth entered Google Play

Another spyware program managed to bypass the filters of Google Play Store, the official store of applications for Android. The talk is about the AhMyth component implemented in a legitimate program, the source code of which has been available on GitHub for more than two years. AhMyth is a remote …

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How to Delete Catchtheclick.com Redirect (in 3 Simple Steps)

What Is Catchtheclick.com? Catchtheclick.com and various other unwanted websites may start turning up on your open web browser every so often after some adware obtain set up on your device. Adware is normally dispersed via free software websites and also websites offering software splits. After obtaining installed along with the …

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How to uninstall Xtron PC Speedup

Xtron PC Speedup is a security app from rogue software family. When installed on the your PC, this program runs continuous task-bar warnings and notifies specifying that your system has lots of errors or viruses. What is scarier is its ambition to misinform users by exaggerating the scan report showing …

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Experts named the main cyberthreats for “smart cities”

Major cyberthreats to smart cities

According to ABI Research, due to lack of funding, some sectors of the economy will be extremely vulnerable to cyberattacks. In particular, experts named the main cyberthreats for “smart cities”. In 2024, financial, information and communications technology (ICT) and defense industries will account for 56% of the projected total cybersecurity …

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