Ransomware Ransomware Everywhere Not a Single Place to Hide! But, Microsoft has a simple solution to this problem to protect millions of its users against most ransomware attacks. Two massive ransomware attacks — WannaCry and Petya (also known as NotPetya) — in a month have caused chaos and disruption worldwide, forcing hospitals, ATMs, shipping companies, governments, airports and car companies to shut down their operations.

In one of the worst publicly announced ransomware extortion's to date, South Korean hosting company Nayana has announced they will pay nearly $1 million ransom to un-encrypt nearly 3400 websites!.

Everybody likes to share photos when on holidays using Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, etc.. However, sharing too much information can lead to unexpected consequences like what happened to John Terry. Back ...

If you think you are downloading apps from Google Play Store and you are secure, then watch out! Someone has managed to flood third-party app stores and Google Play Store ...

May 2017 shaped up to be the busiest ransomware month to date. The bare statistics speak for themselves: a total of 79 new strains came out and 38 existing ones received updates.

A ransomware attack has hit computers across the world, taking out servers at Russia's biggest oil company, disrupting operations at Ukrainian banks, and shutting down computers at multinational shipping and advertising firms.

More than 50 speed and red light cameras across Victoria have been infected with a ransomware virus WannaCry.


Hoax Email Alert

The Commonwealth Bank has issued a warning to all customers to be alert for a scam SMS.



Have you seen a Cyber-attack map before? they are fun to look at as you can see which attacks are taking place at any point in time in a very ...

Researches have found a new virus that affects Windows, MacOS, and Linux and is being spread through Facebook messenger. This virus can be sent from a friend as well as ...

Kaspersky published a report on insights gleaned from a global network of honeypots designed to emulate IoT devices. It said that attacks started arriving within seconds and “over a 24-hour period there were tens of thousands of attempted connections from unique IP addresses.”

The Australian government has created a new military unit tasked with both defending the country's critical infrastructure against cyber attacks and launching offensive cyber strikes on foreign actors.