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3 Tips for Protecting Against the New WhatsApp Bug

Messaging apps are a common form of digital communication these days, with Facebook’s WhatsApp being one of the most popular...

Family Safety Privacy & Identity Protection

The Risks of Public Wi-Fi and How to Close the Security Gap

As I write this blog post, I’m digitally exposed, and I know it. For the past week, I’ve had to...

McAfee Labs

IE Scripting Flaw Still a Threat to Unpatched Systems: Analyzing CVE-2018-8653

Microsoft recently patched a critical flaw in Internet Explorer’s scripting engine that could lead to remote code execution. The vulnerability...

McAfee Labs

Shamoon Attackers Employ New Tool Kit to Wipe Infected Systems

Last week the McAfee Advanced Threat Research team posted an analysis of a new wave of Shamoon “wiper” malware attacks...

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McAfee Labs Threats Report Examines Cybercriminal Underground, IoT Malware, Other Threats

The McAfee Advanced Threat Research team today published the McAfee® Labs Threats Report, December 2018. In this edition, we highlight...

McAfee Labs

Shamoon Returns to Wipe Systems in Middle East, Europe

Destructive malware has been employed by adversaries for years. Usually such attacks are carefully targeted and can be motivated by...

McAfee Labs

Pay-Per-Install Company Deceptively Floods Market with Unwanted Programs

For the past 18 months, McAfee Labs has been investigating a pay-per-install developer, WakeNet AB, responsible for spreading prevalent adware...

McAfee Labs

WebCobra Malware Uses Victims’ Computers to Mine Cryptocurrency

McAfee Labs researchers have discovered new Russian malware, dubbed WebCobra, which harnesses victims’ computing power to mine for cryptocurrencies.

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Fallout Exploit Kit Releases the Kraken Ransomware on Its Victims

Alexandr Solad and Daniel Hatheway of Recorded Future are coauthors of this post. Read Recorded Future’s version of this analysis. ...

McAfee Labs

‘Operation Oceansalt’ Delivers Wave After Wave

In the latest findings from the McAfee Advanced Threat Research team, we examine an adversary that was not content with a single campaign, but launched five distinct waves adapted to their separate targets.

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