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Predator Pain, Limitless keyloggers are simple, effective

Trend Micro researchers observing two keyloggers have released their findings in a paper.

News New attack uses ransomware to drop trojans and keyloggers

New attack uses ransomware to drop trojans and keyloggers

The Internet Crime Compliant Center issued a warning on Thursday about a new scam that might be rooted in an initial ransomware infection.

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Hotel business center computers see uptick in keylogger malware

Attackers are targeting hotel business center computers with keylogger malware, according to a U.S. Secret Service advisory to companies in the hospitality industry.

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Zorenium bot not likely to infect iOS, or perform other advertised abilities

There is no proof that the Zorenium bot can infect devices running iOS, as well as perform other advertised attacks, according to Symantec.

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France unveils new terrorist surveillance law

French Prime Minister Manual Valls introduced a new bill late last week that would allow intelligence agents to spy on suspected terrorists.

News NightHunter campaign dates back to 2009, targets credentials and other data

NightHunter campaign dates back to 2009, targets credentials and other data

Using phishing emails, attackers are targeting various industries with unique keylogger malware as part of an ongoing campaign, NightHunter, that dates back to 2009.

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Pleasant Password Server

Pleasant Password Server (PPS) is a simple yet effective way for organizations to manage their passwords everywhere.

News New Zbot malware campaign discovered by researchers

New Zbot malware campaign discovered by researchers

The campaign was first noted on Wednesday morning, where more than 40,000 malicious emails were quarantined by researchers.

News "Human error" contributes to nearly all cyber incidents, study finds

"Human error" contributes to nearly all cyber incidents, study finds

A new IBM report reveals that organizations experienced more than 91 million "security events" last year.

News Six charged in global StubHub scheme, company defrauded out of $1 million

Six charged in global StubHub scheme, company defrauded out of $1 million

Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance announced on Monday that six individuals are charged for their roles in a global scheme that defrauded StubHub out of $1 million.

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