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From the blog:

Scranos Rootkit

Scranos is a new player to the global malware scene that leverages many well-known and some new methods to obtain login credentials and bank information. It can also steal or manipulate information from several online accounts to access your Amazon, Airbnb, Facebook, Steam, and YouTube accounts...

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WinRAR Vulnerability

Recently a vulnerability has been found in WinRAR that can allow a malicious ACE archive to drop malware onto your system. This flaw has been present in WinRAR for 19 years but was just noticed earlier this year...

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TrickBot

TrickBot is once again making itself known during tax season and attempting to steal your hard-earned money. TrickBot was originally discovered in October of 2016 but has since changed and evolved dramatically into one of the most prolific attacks today...

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Anatova

Anatova is the nickname given to a new brand of sophisticated ransomware that looks to encrypt your personal or business files and then demands payment to decipher them...

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How to remove Vidar

Vidar is a relatively new keylogging, data-stealing malware campaign. It is generally distributed through malicious advertisements on less-than-reputable sites such as bit torrent or free video streaming sites. These malvertisements redirect their victims to various exploit kits such as Fallout and GrandSoft, which in turn will infect your machine with various malevolent payloads such as Vidar...

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How to remove Hancitor

Hancitor, also known as Chanitor, is known for dropping its payloads rather than downloading them post-infection, as well as for a unique phishing approach to trick users into downloading and activating Microsoft Word documents with malicious macros...

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How to remove Loki

Delivered through malicious spam campaigns, Loki focuses on stealing credentials off the victim computer and runs a keylogger. Loki also communicates back to a Command and Control server (C&C) to report what it finds and to receive commands if needed...

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How to remove ServHelper

ServHelper is a new backdoor with a downloader variant first appearing in November of 2018. Named by the prolific creators "Ta505", ServHelper Spreads through email campaigns using a quantity over quality approach that has proven to work, albeit, less effective than the Emotet strategies discussed previously in this blog. ServHelper seems to be largely targeted toward businesses but could change to focus on individuals in future campaigns...

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How to remove Emotet

You may have heard of the Trojan Emotet before, first appearing back in 2014 stealing banking information, it has since evolved into a multi-faceted threat that targets everyone. It uses social engineering through emails to attempt to convince the user to open a Microsoft Word document and run its malicious macros. Even more worrisome is that once they have infected a target, they attempt to take over the victims Microsoft outlook desktop application. If successful Emotet will go through all sent emails and contacts, before sending out a new wave of spam emails...

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