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iOS, Android, XBox users in the crosshairs of a new malvertising campaign

Recently a new malvertising campaign was discovered that targets users of mobile and other connected devices and uses effective ...

Twilio: Hackers introduced malvertising code into an exposed SDK

Twilio revealed that the TaskRouter JS SDK has been violated by cyber criminals after acquiring ...

Fake ProtonVPN installer infects Windows PCs with Azorult malware

Security researchers have uncovered a new hacking campaign aimed at spreading Azorult malware. The hackers behind the campaign are abusing the ...

Abuse of legal TDS platform to distribute malware

Cyber ​​criminals breached Keitaro's legal TDS (Traffic Direction System) platform and used it to redirect users to exploit kits RIG ...

The team behind malvertising was detected in the Windows 10 App

The team behind the recent malvertising cases that appear through Windows 10 apps and games ...

Malvertising campaign displays millions of malicious ads

Using the HiBids ad platform, cybercriminals provided malicious ads to millions of unsuspecting users worldwide. The malicious ads contained banking trojans and malvertising, according to ...

Malvertising campaign with ransomware that infects without clicks

A malvertising campaign used to carry out a ransomware attack hit two UK universities and was capable of infecting all ...

Malvertising hits routers instead of computers

New Malvertising Attack: The DNSChanger exploit kit has returned more efficient than ever. The new DNSChanger is widely used for malicious attacks aimed at ...

Malvertising Campaign distributes CrypMIC Ransomware

Heimdal Security security experts are warning of a new wave of malvertising that redirects users to malicious websites that ...

The Pirate Bay Malvertising Campaign promotes Cerber Ransomware

Over the weekend, Malwarebytes and RiskIQ detected malicious ads on the Pirate Bay torrent portal, pushing ransomware and PUP (Potentially ...

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Fines at Valve, Capcom and Zenimax for geo-exclusion of games

Following a European Commission investigation, a group of video game publishers was fined € 7,8 million following allegations of geo-exclusion practices. In...

Bitcoin helps the middle class survive the pandemic

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