GPU could be the next hacker target
Published in Graphics


Rootkits for everyone

A team of anonymous developers who created a Linux rootkit that runs on GPUs has come up with a proof-of-concept malware does the same on Windows and say a Mac OS X is nearly ready.

Linux malware went un-noticed for years
Published in News


Yet it was supposed to be so safe

For at least five years, and probably longer, Linux and BSD servers have been used as spam machines thanks to a backdoor cased by a security flaw.
ESET researchers have found that the spammers are connected with a software company called Yellsoft, which sells DirectMailer, a "system for automated e-mail distribution" that allows users to send out spam.

High amount of Android malware
Published in News


Symantec's Internet Security Threat Report released

Symantec's latest Internet Security Threat Report claims that 17 percent of all Android apps are malware.

Purge your computer of Beebone
Published in News


Botnet has been downed

UK firms have been urged to purge their computers of Beebone distributed malware after the botnet was downed by an international operation.
The AAEH botnet was killed off by Europol's European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3) the Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce (J-CAT), Dutch police and the FBI.

Router malware injects porn into webpages
Published in Network


That is our excuse and we are sticking to it

If your boss gets upset with you for watching porn at work you should immediately blame his routers.

Android apps being used for blackmail
Published in News


Extortion – there is an app for that

Cybercriminals in South Korea and Japan are using Android apps that can steal private data and record conversations for sex extortion.

Canadians get in on malware making
Published in News


We should blame Canada more often

The nation famous for not being America and thumping baby seals with baseball bats apparently conducts false flag cyber-attacks on other nations.

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Squeeze your node and cough



Although there are still not that many



Catch them in your handkerchief