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What is a Rumba Ransomware

What is a Rumba Ransomware?

Malware Type: Ransomware Family: STOP First Identified: January 19th 2019 Variant of: Djvu Ransomware Infection Through: Vulnerability of Pirated Software, Fake Windows Updates Ransom Size: $980 or $490 Ransom Message: _openme.txt Can be Decrypted: Yes Removal and Termination: Deploy the…

Nonocore RAT Malware

Nanocore RAT Malware – How to Remove this Virus from Infecting

Nanocore is a remote access Trojan virus otherwise known as RAT Malware which is used in both targeted and non-targeted attacks. Ever since malware engineers created it, RATs have aided online criminals in launching attacks even on mobile devices for…

Antivirus protection

The Best Antivirus Protection Software for 2019

Antivirus protection software is critical for every PC as it does a virus scan to detect and remove viruses. Without it, you risk losing your personal information, your files, and even the cash from your bank account. We’ve tested more…

What is Cyber Attack

The 7 Deadly Cyberattacks to be Watched Out

What is a Cyber Attack? Cyberattacks are attacks launched from one or more computers against another computer, multiple computers or networks. Cyberattacks are divided into two broad categories: Attacks that aim to disable the target computer or knock it offline…

what is fork bomb

Fork Bomb Virus

Fork bomb is also called wabbit or rabbit virus that was crafted by malicious hackers to launch denial-of-service attack on the target system. The virus replicates itself and corrupts the available system resources. It slows down the performance of the…

What is Shamoon Virus

What is Shamoon Virus?

Shanmoon was discovered by Seculert, Symantec, and Kaspersky Lab on 16 August 2012 that targets 32-bit NT kernel versions of Microsoft Windows. It is a modular virus and is also known as W32.DisTrack. This virus was crafted for cyber-warfare as…

what is cryptowall

What is CryptoWall?

CryptoWall belongs to the ransomware family that uses advanced techniques to infiltrate computers and hides from its victims. Simply put, the Cryptowall is a Trojan horse that encrypts files on the jeopardized computer and then proceeds to threaten the user…

Zero Day Attacks

What is zero-day exploit

A zero-day exploit is a software flaw or a vulnerability. Hackers use this as an exploit to attack the user’s system even before the software vendor identifies it and a security patch fix is available. These zero-day exploits can go…

what is petya ransomware

Petya Ransomware Attack: What is it and How can it be stopped?

The latest ransomware in the cyberspace called “Petya” is infecting computers around the world at an incredible speed. It uses a vulnerability in the Windows OS that Microsoft patched in March 2017 — notably, it is the same virus that…

NotPetya Ransomware

What is NotPetya? How to Prevent this Virus from Infecting

NotPetya virus outwardly resembles the Petya ransomware in many ways, however, the fact is that it’s different and a lot more dangerous than Petya. When Petya affected numerous systems even the best antivirus and virus removal programs failed to deduct…

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