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Monthly Archives: November 2012

It’s The Most Dangerous Time of the Year!

The holidays are a time for family, friendship, giving and compassion.  They are also a time for cyber criminals to scam people into downloading malware, giving up personal information and even doing non-stop surveys. This blog post will go over a few tricks that you might want to keep an eye out for during this […]

From server hack to client side ransomware

Insecure websites are responsible for most malware infections. In this post I will show you how a typical WordPress site that was poorly configured got hacked, leading unsuspecting visitors to a very bad surprise. If you can browse the underlying structure of a site, it is usually not a good sign. It does not mean […]

Meet Malwarebytes Anti-Rootkit

Did you know the term ‘malware’ refers to more than just viruses and worms? Did you know that there are types of malware that infect your system at so deep a level that the operating system doesn’t even realize they are there? Did you know that some malware could make the files, services and running […]

Citadel: a cyber-criminal’s ultimate weapon?

In old times, a citadel was a fortress used as the last line of defense. For cyber criminals it is a powerful and state-of-the-art toolkit to both distribute malware and manage infected computers (bots). Citadel is an offspring of the (too) popular Zeus crimekit whose main goal is to steal banking credentials by capturing keystrokes […]

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