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Malware Security Alerts Weekly Report for May 31 - June 6, 2020

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: Hackers are using advanced malware threats to steal online Gamer's passwords through the gaming communication app known as Discord. An updated version of Sarwent malware is being leveraged in ways to access systems remotely through Remote Desktop Protocol ports, which gives hackers unadulterated access to attacked computers. Also, the never-ending COVID-19 pandemic is paving a way for more telecommuting scams where hackers may easily profit off of victimized computer users.

Malware Security Alerts of the Week

Sarwent Malware Screenshot Sarwent Malware
Sarwent Malware is a threat used by hackers to infect attacked systems with additional malware so they may be compromised to steal stored data sometimes from a remote system. Read more
Cuba Ransomware Screenshot Cuba Ransomware
Cuba Ransomware is known as a malware threat to drop malicious files on an attacked system where the files may then start encryption processes to lock up the computer and make demands to the user to pay a ransom fee for supposedly restoring system access. Read more
AnarchyGrabber Screenshot AnarchyGrabber
AnarchyGrabber is a major threat to online gamers around the world where it may be used by hackers to target the Discord gaming communication app. Through such access, AnarchyGrabber may grant hackers access to gamer passwords and login details. Read more
Cube Ransomware Screenshot Cube Ransomware
Cube Ransomware is a malicious threat known to spread through spam emails as an attachment. When computer users open the spam attachment they unknowingly initialize the Cube Ransomware threat where it may seek out certain files and lock them through encryption so the threat can make demands for a ransom payment for supposidly unlocking the files and restoring normal system access. Read more

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This Week’s Most Interesting Computer Security and Malware News

Personal Data from 2.5 Million PSP and Xbox Forum Members Hacked and Exposed Online
The personal data from PlayStation and Xbox gaming forms is at risk where over 2.5 million forum users had their data scoured and exposed online through what appears to be a major hacking incident.
COVID-19 Themed Malware Now Aiming to Wipe Data Off PCs
During the COVID-19 pandemic hackers are now finding clever ways to attack computer users, this time by wiping off data on their PCs through malware that looks like harmless COVID-19 Coronavirus updates or information through email.
COVID-19 Cybercriminal Scammers are Recycling Phishing Kits
Cybercrooks are continually leverating and taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic by recycling phishing kits that are used to trick unsuspecting computer users into giving up personal information on various redirected websites and online forms.