Malware

Polymorphic Refers to the Ability of Malware to Change

Polymorphic refers to a malware’s ability to change itself and its identifiable features to avoid detection in the case of malicious programs. Some forms of malware, including viruses, trojans, keyloggers and many more, can take a polymorphic shape. This strategy involves constantly changing features such as a file name or encryption keys, so that traditional…

How Can I Handle DNS Vulnerabilities?

Believe it or not, all domain names (nodes) in one file, the host file, were listed at the beginning of the Internet. Today the host file has only been deleted so that an IP address can be redirected to a certain domain name, which the operating system first checks before the DNS servers are queried….

Easy Website Malware Removal Instantly

How to patch your website malware? If your page is compromised, it is most important that you take the right action to repair it. This instruction will show you how to retrieve your website at a time with one step. Check for infections on your PC You will eliminate the possibility that your PC was…

Introduction to the Tutu Software and its Safety Aspects

Tutu app: What is it? Today’s Tutu App allows you to download and install premium games and apps for free, as well as in Android and iOS. At the same time, most users question whether or not the Tutu App is secure. Let’s talk about it here after the normal introduction… Tutu App is an…

Dexphot Malware uses Evade Detection Randomisation, Encryption and Polymorphism

Microsoft has been tracking malware for more than a year using numerous evasion techniques, including random file names, fileless install and polymorphism. Microsoft which calls Dexphot malware has found that it has tried deploying files that have modified 2 or 3 times an hour. The polymorphic malware was targeted at thousands of devices and executed…

Current ‘ Ginp ‘ Trojan Payment Card Information Credentials for Android

A newly found Android banking trojan with a narrow goal list and two-stage overlays is capable of robbing login and credit card credentials, reports ThreatFabric. Dubbed Ginp and discovered in October, the malware is around since June and since then has had five major updates with the new version copied from the trojan Anubis. Ginp…

Overview of Web Application Penetration Testing Checklist

The penetration check is a method by which trained security experts (such as penetration testing or ethical hackers) test a code to detect its security vulnerabilities. The purpose of such a test is to validate the security vulnerabilities that may exist in the code so that hacking community does not exploit it (or benefit from…

Ransomware Spreads DopplePaymer via Committed Credentials: Microsoft

The DopplePaymer ransomware spreads over current Domain Admin accounts, not exploiting the vulnerabilities targeting BlueKeep, Microsoft notes. The malware that security researchers believe is involved in the recent attack against the state-owned Mexican petroleum company Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex), has been running since June 2019, with some earlier samples dating to April 2019. DopplePaymer was originally…

Cryptocurrency Stealer Official Monero Website Stealer

The Monero Cryptocurrency official website was recently hacked and the attackers replaced a fake version of legal wallet files available for download. The infringement of the Linux CLI wallet was discovered on November 18 after somebody found that it did not match the hashings provided by software developers. An investigation has shown that a fake…

Ten Best Network Security Scanning Tools

In today’s world, network security needs no introduction or explanation. We all know that the term network security means securing any computer network so that nobody accesses, manipulates or malfunctions the network in any way. Therefore, we have rules, policies and instructions concerning computer network monitoring and security. Network scanning is integral to the maintenance…