malware

  • Coronavirus spam emails are spreading Emotet Malware

    Coronavirus (COVID-19) is having major impacts on the world. This week we seen Mobile World Congress cancelled, the Chinese Formula 1 GP postponed and now it’s impacting the upcoming Japan 2020 Olympics. To make what is an already terrible global situation worse, cyber criminals are leveraging people’s fears around...
  • PSA: Emotet is one of the biggest risks to your security, spreading fast

    The Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is responding to a widespread malware campaign known as Emotet. Emotet is a Trojan virus delivered via emails sent with malicious attachments. These emails often contain language about “Your Invoice,” or “Payment Details,” and carry either macro-enabled documents, or malicious...
  • How to spot and avoid Android Malware

    Malware for Android users is becoming increasingly common. The security arms race between Google and the bad guys is a never-ending battle. Despite each version of the OS offering increased security, inevitably something created by humans isn’t perfect, so exploits are found and leveraged to inject malicious software on...
  • There’s some BadNews for Android users

    Cyber security firm, Lookout has posted on their blog informing Android users about a new family of malware named ‘BadNews’ that is making its way around the Google Play Store. Google Play statistics shows that millions of users have received the BadNews and it can be found in 32 apps...