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Windows Systems Targeted in Pro-Hamas BiBi Wiper Malware Attack

IT Toolbox

The post Windows Systems Targeted in Pro-Hamas BiBi Wiper Malware Attack appeared first on Spiceworks. The wiper also deletes shadow copies of files, largely preventing chances of recovery.

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ZenRAT Malware Targets Windows Users Via Fake Bitwarden Password Manager Installation Package

Tech Republic Security

We talked to Proofpoint researchers about this new malware threat and how it infects Windows systems to steal information.

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New Chaos Malware Targets Linux and Windows for Crypto Mining & DDoS Attacks

IT Toolbox

The post New Chaos Malware Targets Linux and Windows for Crypto Mining & DDoS Attacks appeared first on Spiceworks. Chaos is written in Go, has Chinese (unclear if Mandarin or Cantonese) characters and has its C2 infrastructure located in China.

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Kaspersky uncovers fileless malware inside Windows event logs

Tech Republic Security

The cybersecurity company says this is the first time they have seen this type of malware hiding method. The post Kaspersky uncovers fileless malware inside Windows event logs appeared first on TechRepublic.

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Atomic Stealer Distributes Malware to Macs Through False Browser Downloads

Tech Republic Security

Atomic Stealer malware advertises itself through ClearFake browser updates disguised as Google's Chrome and Apple’s Safari.

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Stealthy malware that opens a backdoor into Windows web servers discovered

TechSpot

Backdoor.Frebniis, or simply Frebniis, is a stealthy new malware discovered by Symantec researchers that leverages a vulnerability in IIS to put a backdoor into Windows web servers. Unknown cyber-criminals have actively exploited targets in Taiwan. To infect a system, hackers first need access to an IIS server. Symantec analysts have.

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How to scan your Windows PC for malware

The Verge

If you think your PC is infected with some kind of malware or you just want to do a scan as part of a digital cleanup, Windows has a built-in security tool that can help you on your way — no third-party software to install or pay for. It’s called Windows Security. Windows Security’s built-in virus and threat protection feature.

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