If you receive an image file sent by someone, even your friend, on your Facebook Messenger, LinkedIn or any other social media platform, just DO NOT CLICK ON IT.
Even JPG image file could eventually infect your computer with the infamous Locky Ransomware.
Earlier this week, we reported a new attack campaign that used Facebook Messenger to spread Locky Ransomware via .SVG image files,
If you came across any Facebook Message with an image file (exactly .SVG file format) send by any of your Facebook friends, just avoid clicking it.
An ongoing Facebook spam campaign is spreading malware downloader among Facebook users by taking advantage of innocent-looking SVG image file to infect computers.
If clicked, the file would eventually infect your PC with the nasty Locky Ransomware,
Microsoft malware researchers say Locky ransomware authors are changing tactics again to evade detection.
A massive wave of Locky ransomware delivered via DOCM attachments is targeting the healthcare sector this month.
After a mysterious three weeks off the grid, Necurs has returned to spewing massive volumes of email containing improved versions of the potent Locky ransomware and Dridex banking Trojan.
Researchers tracked a Locky ransomware and spam attack that spoofed an Amazon shipping email that included an estimated 100 million sent missives.
Mac users, even you are not left untouched!
The World’s first fully functional Ransomware targeting OS X operating system has been landed on Macs.
Ransomware – one of the fastest-growing cyber threats – encrypts the important documents and files on infected machines and then asks victims to pay ransoms in digital currencies so they can regain access to their data.
In last few years, we saw an innumerable rise in ransomware threats ranging from Cryptowall to Locky ransomware discovered last week.
Now, another genre of ransomware had been branched out from the family of CTB-Locker Ransomware with an update to infect “Websites”.
The newly transformed ransomware dubbed “CTB-Locker for Websites” exclusively hijacks the websites by locking out its data, which
The IRS warns businesses and consumers about a significant increase in tax-related phishing and malware attacks.
If you receive a mail masquerading as a company’s invoice and containing a Microsoft Word file, think twice before clicking on it.
Doing so could cripple your system and could lead to a catastrophic destruction.
Hackers are believed to be carrying out social engineering hoaxes by adopting eye-catching subjects in the spam emails and compromised websites to lure the victims into