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Why ransomware? Let’s ask the bad guys [source: helpnetsecurity]

To be honest, this is not something that should come as a surprise. Many are involved with cybercrime because they feel that they are safe from arrest. It is also one of the few crimes that offer a helpdesk! Indeed within the majority of ransomware demands victims are given the option of...

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A bad wi-fi router flaw led to a responsible disclosure[source: cyberscoop]

Tens of thousands of long-range WiFi routers used to provide home wireless broadband, especially in remote or rural areas, are riddled with vulnerabilities that could let a hacker take over IT networks, security researchers said Tuesday. The vulnerabilities, some of which can be exploited remotely if the router’s management interface...

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Microsoft Office Docs New Vessel for Loki Malware [source: darkreading]

Loki malware, built to steal credentials, is distributed via Microsoft Excel and other Office applications rigged with malicious ‘scriptlets’ to evade detection. A stealthy new attack distributes Loki malware in Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and other Office applications. The attack, which was discovered by Lastline Labs, is tough to detect in...

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Buyers Beware of Tampered Gift Cards [source: krebsonsecurity]

Prepaid gift cards make popular presents and no-brainer stocking stuffers, but before you purchase one be on the lookout for signs that someone may have tampered with it. A perennial scam that picks up around the holidays involves thieves who pull back and then replace the decals that obscure the...

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