1. Win32:DNSChanger-VJ (7,28% of all detected Malware) / 2. Win64:Sirefef-A (1,61%) / 3. Adware.BHO.BProtector.A (1,41%) / 4. Win32:ZAccess-PB 1,20%) / 5. Exploit.CVE-2011-3402.Gen (0,78%) / Source: G Data
Recent revelations that Uber paid a $100,000 ransom to two hackers has surprised many experts. But a look back at recent history shows a growing trend; for hackers it’s becoming a lucrative way of life.
A ransomware campaign called BadRabbit has hit Russia's Interfax news agency and caused flight delays at Odessa airport in Ukraine. It follows similar attacks in May and June that caused billions in damages.
Cybersecurity firm McAfee released a ranking of the most dangerous celebrity searches online. The compilation lists the searches most likely to send users to virus-infected websites.
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