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Ramsay malware attacks PCs, which isolated from the outside world

Ramsay attacks isolated PCs

ESET analysts discovered the infrastructure of a previously unknown Ramsay malware with some very interesting features. Ramsay attacks and collects data from PCs, which are isolated from the outside world. Having penetrated into such a system, the malware collects Word files and other confidential documents, hides them in a special …

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Grandoreiro Banker Spreads Through Fake Coronavirus Videos

Grandoreiro spreads through fake videos

ESET analysts warned about surge in the activity of the banking Trojan Grandoreiro amid COVID-19 pandemic. The bunker is distributed through fake coronavirus videos. Experts report that Grandoreiro, previously written in Delphi, was distributed mainly through spam, through fake messages about the need to update Java or Flash. “We have …

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Kr00k Wi-Fi-chips vulnerability affects over a billion devices

Kr00k Wi-Fi Chips Vulnerability

At the RSA 2020 conference, ESET specialists spoke about the new Kr00k vulnerability (CVE-2019-15126) that can be used to intercept and decrypt Wi-Fi traffic (WPA2). Researchers believe that the Kr00k vulnerability in Wi-Fi-chips affects more than a billion devices. This problem affects any device that uses the solutions of Cypress …

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Winnti hacking group attacked Hong Kong universities

Winnti attacked Hong Kong universities

ESET experts found that during protests that began back in March 2019, Winnti attacked two unnamed Hong Kong universities. The attacks were detected in November 2019 and began with the discovery of the ShadowPad launcher, which was found on several devices at two universities (shortly after the previous Winnti campaign …

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