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Beware: Cybercriminals Leveraging Coronavirus to Exploit Computer Users and Spread Malware It hasn't taken a lot of time for threat actors to realize the social engineering opportunity that the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) has presented them. The respiratory infection that originated in...
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WebDiscover Browser

WebDiscover Browser screenshot

WebDiscover Browser is an adware threat developed by a Canada-based company named WebDiscover Media. Once installed on a PC, the malicious app makes a series of unwanted changes to all browsers installed on the computer, leading to a deteriorating online surfing experience. WebDiscover replaces the default home pages and search engines of affected Internet browsers with its own WebDiscover Homepage and WebDiscover Search, respectively. Furthermore, the malicious app modifies the “new tab” settings so that the corrupted browsers launch the malware's own search portal page when the user opens a new tab. Chrome users may not even recognize WebDiscover as an unwanted program and think they...

Posted on July 3, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

How to Fix Mac Error Code 43 When Copying Files

How to Fix Mac Error Code 43 When Copying Files screenshot

Getting an OS system error message while working on a project can be quite an unpleasant surprise. Whether relating to MS Windows, or Mac OS, such a bug is always bound to disrupt your normal computer work. While some errors tend to be system-specific, others can affect both Windows and Mac-based systems, albeit designating totally different problems. The so-called Code 43 error message, for example, is primarily associated with device driver problems in Windows PCs, on the one hand, and file transfer issues on Mac machines, on the other. If you are using Windows and looking for a way to fix this specific error, click here for a guide with possible solutions. If you are a Mac user,...

Posted on January 30, 2019 in Computer Security

Shlayer Trojan

Shlayer Trojan screenshot

The Shlayer Trojan is a cyber-threat aimed at Mac users who might be interested in trying out application stores other than the official App Store by Apple. The Shlayer Trojan might be promoted to the users as an independent application delivery platform that offers discounts on premium software. The Shlayer platform was reported of delivering harmful programs, unwanted browser extension, unrequested Internet settings modifications, promoting questionable shopping helpers and distributing supposedly free premium applications. The Shlayer Trojan was recognized by computer security researchers in January 2019 when the users started reporting fake Adobe Flash updates to Web browser vendors....

Posted on February 15, 2019 in Mac Malware, Trojans

CoronaVirus Ransomware

CoronaVirus Ransomware screenshot

The CoronaVirus Ransomware (also called CoronaVi2022 Ransomware) is a file-locker, which was released in the wild recently, and it seems that its author has opted to use the name of the Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19), which is a disease that is threatening users worldwide. Just like the disease it is named after, the CoronaVirus Ransomware also threatens users worldwide, but in a different way – it will try to encrypt their files, and also overwrite the contents of their drive's Master Boot Record (MBR). The latter operation may cause a lot of trouble, since the victims' computers will not load their operating system and, instead, they will display a copy of the CoronaVirus...

Posted on March 12, 2020 in Ransomware

Hackers Spreading Malware via Coronavirus Maps Online

Hackers Spreading Malware via Coronavirus Maps Online screenshot

The ongoing outbreak of the coronavirus is now disrupting business across the world, but apparently cybercriminals have no days off, since they're just as active as they were before the beginning of the outbreak. It appears they are now capitalizing on the fears of the people regarding the pandemic. It was back in January that the hackers started using the coronavirus threat as a focus of an email campaign that infected users with malware, and now they are expanding their operations to coronavirus outbreak maps that follow the number of infections and deaths across the world. Many organizations are feeling the pressure from these attacks, such as John Hopkins University who created...

Posted on March 11, 2020 in Computer Security

APT Attack Spreads Malware Using Coronavirus Theme

APT Attack Spreads Malware Using Coronavirus Theme screenshot

The APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) group was spotted sending out spear-phishing emails that allegedly have detailed information about COVID-19, a.k.a. Coronavirus, but instead, they infect the victims with a custom remote access Trojan (RAT). The group is using the coronavirus pandemic to infect unsuspecting victims with a previously unseen malware. The malware is dubbed 'Vicious Panda' by researchers, with the attackers using it in a campaign at the moment. Researchers managed to find two Rich Text Format (RTF) files that were targeting the Mongolian public sector during the outbreak. Once the files are open, a unique and custom-made remote access Trojan is executed. It develops a list...

Posted on March 16, 2020 in Computer Security

Top 20 Countries Found to Have the Most Cybercrime

Have you ever wondered which countries face the most cybercrime? If you have ever wondered which countries have the most cybercrime, then you may be surprised to know that there are few contributing factors that attract cybercriminals to specific regions of the world. Security research firm, Symantec, has discovered specific factors that determine why a certain country is plagued with cybercrime more so or less than another which allowed them to come up with a ranking for each. Symantec has ranked 20 countries that face, or cause, the most cybercrime. In compiling such a list, Symantec was able to quantify software code that interferes with a computer's normal functions, rank zombie systems, and observe the number of websites that host phishing sites, which are designed to trick computer users into disclosing personal data or banking...

Posted on July 9, 2009 in Computer Security

Top 5 Popular Cybercrimes: How You Can Easily Prevent Them

Over the course of the past few years, hackers and cybercrooks armed with sophisticated malware have stolen literally hundreds of millions of dollars from online banking accounts and individuals all over the world. We have said it many times before in recent articles, the days of robbing banks in person are gone and now it all takes place behind a screen of a computer connected to the Internet. The Internet can be the most useful tool in business, school or every-day life. At the same time, the Internet can make someone's life a living hell in the event that one becomes the next victim of a cybercrime. A large percentage of the world's population that uses computers over the Internet are aware of cybercrime and the consequences that they may face if they succumb to a cybercriminals' trap. Others who have no clue as to the dangers they...

Posted on October 12, 2010 in Computer Security


AntiMalware screenshot

A typical deceptive campaign is disguising harmful threats as legitimate security programs in order to steal money from inexperienced victims. AntiMalware is a particularly short-named version of this campaign, with clones with names such as Active Security and Total Security. AntiMalware uses an interface that is very similar to the Windows Defender and legitimate Microsoft security programs, to make the victim believe that AntiMalware is a legitimate anti-malware application. Observing AntiMalware's design, you will quickly spot authentic-looking Windows and Microsoft Security Essentials logos as well as a layout that may seem familiar to most users of legitimate Microsoft Security...

Posted on November 9, 2009 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program

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Laininvitableim.club is a website that has nothing to offer its visitors, and this is why you should not waste your precious time with it. Suppose you are receiving Web browser notifications from the Laininvitableim.club page, it is likely that you have fallen for its tactic. The con that the Laininvitableim.club website uses is called 'Please Click Allow to Continue.' When you try to view the content on the Laininvitableim.club website, you will be asked to prove that you are not a robot. The shady website will require you to click on the 'Allow' button that is displayed on your screen. This is presented as a legitimate security check, but this is certainly not the case. Users who click 'Allow' as instructed will subscribe to the Web browser notifications of the Laininvitableim.club page. The Laininvitableim.club site will not...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Browser Hijackers


The PlusAbout application is an adware program that targets Mac users. The PlusAbout utility is a tool that is likely delivered via low-quality software bundles or bogus application installers. This dodgy application may claim to enhance your browsing quality but will do none of the sorts. The purpose of the PlusAbout application is to hijack your Web browser. When the PlusAbout application is installed on your Mac, it will go behind your back to change your Web browser's settings. This shady activity qualifies the PlusAbout application as a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program). The PlusAbout PUP will redirect users to the 'Safe Finder' search engine every time they try to execute a search query of any type. The 'Safe Finder' search aggregator is not a harmful site, but it is not likely to offer you excellent service. Using the 'Safe...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Mac Malware

'Server Notification' Email Scam

Email tactics have been around for, pretty much, as long as the Internet has been around. However, this remains to be one of the favorite distribution methods for online fraudsters and malware developers alike. One of the latest phishing campaigns that came to the attention of malware researchers is the 'Server Notification' email spam. It is likely that users of Gmail, Hotmail, and Yahoo Mail are all targeted by the 'Server Notification' email spam. The 'Server Notification' email spam attempts to trick users into launching a phishing page, which requires them to fill in the login credentials for their email account. The message of the 'Server Notification' email spam states that users need to provide their login credentials because otherwise, their inbox will be wiped out. To further urge users, the 'Server Notification' email spam...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Adware

flowEncryption Ransomware

Cybersecurity analysts have uncovered a new data-encrypting Trojan lurking on the Web. The name of this threat is flowEncryption Ransomware. The flowEncryption Ransomware is not a very complex project, and according to malware researchers, the threat is yet to claim any victims. This probably is due to the fact that this appears to be a data-locker created for testing and not for real campaigns. Despite the fact that the flowEncryption Ransomware has not yet been used to target users, it is capable of encrypting various filetypes. It is likely that this file-locker would target documents, images, audio files, videos, presentations, spreadsheets, archives, databases, etc. The files that the flowEncryption Ransomware encrypts would receive a new extension appended to their filenames –' .flowEncryption.' This means that a file named...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Ransomware

Wholocked Ransomware

The Wholocked Ransomware is yet another data-locker that is designed to prey on regular users online. The goal of this threat is to breach your system, use an encryption algorithm to lock your files, and then intimidate you into paying for a decryption tool. Propagation and Encryption The Wholocked Ransomware is designed to go after popular filetypes. This means that if the Wholocked Ransomware compromises your PC, it will target all your documents, audio files, images, videos, databases, presentations, archives, spreadsheets and other files. When the Wholocked Ransomware determines what files are present on your system, it will trigger the encryption process. All the compromised files will be marked with a new extension that the Wholocked Ransomware appends to their filenames – '.wholocked.' For example, if a file was named...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Ransomware

IT Ransomware

IT Ransomware is a brand-new data-locking Trojan that appears to be a rather basic project. This file-locker is also known as the CobraLocker Ransomware. Despite not being a very high-end threat, the IT Ransomware is fully capable of causing significant damage to its targets. Unfortunately, the IT Ransomware does not appear to be decryptable for free. Propagation and Encryption Threats like the IT Ransomware often go after a variety of filetypes that are likely to be present on the system of every regular user. This means that the IT Ransomware will not spare any images, documents, presentations, databases, spreadsheets, archives, audio files, videos and other filetypes that are common. As a result of an attack by the IT Ransomware, the majority of your data will be encrypted with a secure encryption algorithm. Every file that gets...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Ransomware

'.google File Extension' Ransomware

Many cyber crooks have been experimenting and trying to develop successful malware using Google's Go programming language. One of the newest examples of this is the '.google File Extension' Ransomware. This file-locker also is known as the GoGoogle Ransomware and the BossiTossi Ransomware. Just like most Go-based malware, the '.google File Extension' Ransomware is not very successful. This data-encrypting Trojan is decryptable for free that eliminates the need to contact the cyber crooks who created it entirely. Propagation and Encryption As soon as the '.google File Extension' Ransomware infects your computer, it will modify the Windows settings to eliminate the System Restore service, as well as wipe out the Shadow Volume Copies. File-lockers often take this approach to make data-recovery very difficult. The '.google File Extension'...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Ransomware

Aris Ransomware

The Aris Ransomware is a nasty Trojan, whose goal is to infiltrate your PC, encrypt your data, and demand a ransom to revert the damage done to your files. Malware analysts have come across the Aris Ransomware only recently. The Aris Ransomware does not appear to belong to any of the well-known ransomware families. Propagation and Encryption The purpose of the Aris Ransomware is to encrypt as many files as possible once it compromises your computer. This is why this Trojan will make sure to lock .png, .jpeg, .jpg, .gif, .svg, .pdf, .docx, .doc, .txt, .ppt, .pptx, .xls, .xlsx, .db, .zip, .rar, .mp3, .midi, .mid, .wav, .webm. .mp4, .mov, and a wide variety of other files that are present on your system. As a result of the Aris Ransomware attack, all of your images, audio files, videos, presentations, spreadsheets, documents, databases,...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Ransomware


The Edondentemp.club is a fake website that tricks users into visiting it by offering engaging, unique content. The goal is to mislead users into subscribing to the shady website's Web browser notifications. To do this, the Edondentemp.club page uses a tactic called 'Please Click Allow to Continue.' When the users try to browse the content that the Edondentemp.club Web page claims to host, they will be left deeply disappointed. The Edondentemp.club site does not host any content. Upon opening the Edondentemp.club website, you will see a prompt that requests you to click 'Allow,' which is presented as a security test that every user needs to complete. Unfortunately, this is a bogus CAPTCHA test that does not serve to prove that you are not a robot. Instead, if you do as the Edondentemp.club site asks you to, you will permit this page to...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Browser Hijackers

New ThiefQuest Mac Ransomware Has More to It Than Meets the Eye

New ThiefQuest Mac Ransomware Has More to It Than Meets the Eye screenshot

The threat of ransomware is nearly everywhere nowadays, but most of the strains are aimed to affect non-Apple machines still. Despite the first full Mac ransomware appearing four years ago, there haven't been many new threats aiming at Apple products, compared to the rest. The ThiefQuest malware is a newcomer to the field and fundamentally another name for the EvilQuest threat. ThiefQuest is one that has multiple capabilities that make it more interesting than previous Mac malware. The ThiefQuest ransomware has a new set of spyware capabilities that allow it to pull files from infected computers, look for passwords and cryptocurrency data, run a keylogger to steal passwords, sensitive...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Computer Security


The administrators of the Appearereque.club website use a tactic called 'Please Click Allow to Continue' to seize the Web browser notifications of their visitors. This is a trick that is used by numerous dodgy Web pages online. Once you open the Appearereque.club website, you will see a prompt asking you to click on the 'Allow' button. The Appearereque.club site would state that this is a necessary security check that every user needs to complete before they are granted access to the content of the page. This is not the truth. The security check is fake, and clicking the 'Allow' button will permit the Appearereque.club page to present you with notifications via your Web browser. The Appearereque.club site will not use this permission mindfully and will spam you with advertisements that may promote various overpriced services and...

Posted on July 8, 2020 in Browser Hijackers


The Ytiesbortionrh.club website is an empty page whose goal is to hijack the Web browser notifications of its users. This online tactic is called 'Please Click Allow to Continue.' Numerous low-quality websites online utilize this simple con. If you open the Ytiesbortionrh.club website and attempt to browse the content it claims to host, you will see a prompt that will require you to click 'Allow.' This shady website will request that you have to prove that you are not a robot by clicking 'Allow' before you are granted access to the page. However, this is a bogus security check. If you follow the Ytiesbortionrh.club site's instructions, you will subscribe to the notifications of this dodgy Web page. The Ytiesbortionrh.club website will use your Web browser notifications to bombard you with unwanted advertisements. It is advisable to...

Posted on July 8, 2020 in Browser Hijackers


Countless shady websites online run a low-level tactic called the 'Please Click Allow to Continue.' Typically, such websites do not host any content but would claim to do so to mislead users into visiting them. A perfect example of this is the Findmedia.biz website. You should not waste your time with this Web page, as it has nothing to offer you. If you launch the Findmedia.biz page, you will see a prompt at the top of your screen, which requests you to click 'Allow' immediately. The website will present users with a fake video player that will appear to be loading a video. The Findmedia.biz page will ask the user to click on the 'Allow' button to watch the video. However, there is no video to be viewed. Clicking 'Allow' will subscribe you to the Web browser notifications of the Findmedia.biz website. This will result in the...

Posted on July 8, 2020 in Browser Hijackers


Burstsearch.com is the domain name of a basic search aggregator that does not appear to pose a threat to its users' data or safety. However, this basic search engine is not likely to provide you with the high-quality service that established search aggregators like Google, Yahoo and Bing can. Despite the fact that the Burstsearch.com search engine is not unsafe in any way, it is associated with multiple PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs). These PUPs would pose as useful tools that would enhance users' browsing quality, but their only goal is to promote the Burstsearch.com search engine. Usually, when the user installs a PUP of this type, the application would tamper with the user's settings and set up the Burstsearch.com website as their default new tab page to boost its traffic. If you are being redirected to the Burstsearch.com...

Posted on July 8, 2020 in Browser Hijackers


The Medievable.com website has no content to offer its users despite its claims. Fake Web pages like the Medievable.com site would claim to host interesting content to trick users into browsing the promised content. However, computer users will be highly disappointed when they visit the Medievable.com page. The Medievable.com site runs a tactic known as 'Please Click Allow to Continue.' This is a simple trick that the administrators of numerous shady websites use. When the user opens the Medievable.com website, they will be asked to click on the 'Allow' button, which shows up at the top of their screen. The Medievable.com site will claim that clicking the 'Allow' button is necessary for the users to prove that they are not robots. This is a lie, and following the instructions of the Medievable.com website will lead you to permit the...

Posted on July 8, 2020 in Browser Hijackers
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