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
A British hacker has told a German court he took $10,000 from a Liberian ISP to hack almost a million German routers. He said he was sorry and that it was a mistake.
Technicians around the world are scrambling to apply computer patches and restore systems amid fears that a global malware attack could wreak a new round of havoc as businesses reopened on Monday morning.
Cybersecurity experts have detected similarities between the ransomware used in the recent global attacks and earlier code from a North Korean hacking ring. However, they have warned that the clues could be misleading.
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