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How LoveBug changed malware forever

20 years ago, a student in the Philippines unleashed a computer virus that not only brought millions of computers to a halt, but became a catalyst for the multi-billion dollar ransomware industry.

When cybercrime and nation-state warfare collide

Cybercrime has evolved and accelerated at a disturbing rate in recent years, from its emergence as a new phenomenon to the rapid formation of a global marketplace of professional cybercrime services.

Governments experience surge in cyberattacks

The US was attacked most frequently by actors from Russia (22 percent), Ukraine (12 percent) and China (9 percent), and almost all attacks (99 per cent) were carried out by bots.

Fake Covid-19 antivirus infects victims with trojan

The trojan is capable of deploying DDOS attacks, taking screenshots, stealing Firefox cookies and saved passwords, implementing a keylogger, executing scripts and taking control of Bitcoin wallets.

Global tension points to a future of destructive malware

In the aftermath of major political incidents, nation-state actors are already under orders to conduct campaigns aimed at countering the incident, spreading disinformation or straightforward revenge.

Evidence of compromise present in almost all enterprise networks

According to a new report from Positive Technologies, 97 percent of companies with at least 1,000 employees show signs of suspicious network activity.

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