Malware Security Alerts Weekly Report for March 28 - April 3, 2021

Malware Security Alerts Weekly Report for March 28 - April 3, 2021 Description

This week, the SpyHunter malware research team has highlighted a weekly roundup of common and critical malware threats that are currently affecting computers around the world. Take a look at this week's report and stay ahead of trending malware threats!

This Week in Malware Video

This episode discusses the following topics: How CopperStealer Malware is targeting log-in credentials of Amazon, Google, Apple and others. Also, how the Pandemic Ransomware threat is still leveraging the COVID-19 outbreak, in addition to uncovering how web browsers are flooded with Agafurretor.com advertisements.

Malware Security Alerts of the Week

  HAFNIUM Malware
HAFNIUM Malware is a threat that was named by Microsoft and believed to be created by Chinese hackers to steal data from other countries, such as the United States. Read more
  mimikatzMimikatz
Mimikatz is a malicious hacker tool that may be leveraged in a way to inject DLLs into random processes where a remote hacker could then gain access to the infected system or instruct it to carry out malicious activities over the Internet. Read more
  Fxsmash.xyz
Fxsmash.xyz is not only a misleading website, it is considered to be a browser hijacker that has associated components that may modify Internet settings thus causing unwanted advertisements or site redirects that lead to questionable sources. Read more
  Trojan.Flooder.HSF
Trojan.Flooder.HSF is a computer Trojan horse that may load without the user's knowledge where it may then allow botnet actions to take place where the system is controlled by a remote entity and could be easily infiltrated for its stored data. Read more

This Week's Most Interesting Computer Security and Malware News

  Amazon, Google, Apple and Facebook Log-In Credentials Stolen by CopperStealer Malware
The CopperStealer Malware outbreak has been vicious in the recent weeks and it looks to have taken a toll on the theft of login credential from several popular source on the Internet, including those from Amazon, Google, Apple, Facebook and others.