Swiss users are being heavily targeted by a number of spam campaigns delivering the Tiny Banker (TinBa or Busy) e-banking Trojan.
A recent incident at the White House showed that small aerial vehicles (drones) present a specific security problem.
Kaspersky Lab researchers who have recently analyzed a copy of the malicious QWERTY module have discovered that the malware is identical in functionality to a Regin malware plugin, and are convinced that the developers of both pieces of malware are either the same or are working closely together.
Bitdefender is warning Microsoft Office users against the emergence of a new spam campaign that is looking to trick antispam filters in order to allow spam to pass freely into mailboxes.
For most people, a ransomware infection is not a huge tragedy: they pay the bogus fine (or not), and ultimately get their computer back either because the criminals unlock it or because they clean up the machine themselves.
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