‘Refer a Friend’ Ransomware Program

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A new, under development ransomware called Popcorn Time has a “refer a friend” option meant to appeal to the victim’s worst instincts.

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Malware Found on New Windows Computers (Not What You Think)

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An investigative team for a Seattle television station discovered that finding malware on clean computers to be an everyday practice at Office Depot.

It appears that the office supply giant, Office Depot, isn’t adverse […]

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Redesigning Tor, Goodbye OpenOffice & More…

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Also included: Remembering Vernon Adams, Red Hat vs. VMware, a new distro release, openSUSE Leap and ransomware that deletes files.

FOSS Week in Review

The summer of ’16 is all but over. Good […]

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Top Websites Hit With Malware Ads

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Some of the biggest online advertising networks this weekend served malware laden ads to some of the Internet’s highest trafficked websites.

Some of the most visited sites on the Internet began delivering malware laden ads […]

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Wetware: The Most Important Trend in Malware

Hex dump of 2003’s Blaster worm, that left a message for Microsoft CEO Bill Gates.

On Thursday, Christine Hall looked at the economy of cybercrime. I also took a peek […]

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