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Latest Emsisoft News

VaultCrypt ransomware offers fake customer support

Alerts & Outbreaks [Mar, 29, 2015]

VaultCrypt ransomware offers fake customer support

Like most other variants of ransomware, VaultCrypt encrypts files, but instead of directly asking for a ransom, it directs users to their so called “customer support” website.

Installer hijack vulnerability threatens almost half of all Android devices

Alerts & Outbreaks [Mar, 26, 2015]

Installer hijack vulnerability threatens almost half of all Android devices

Almost 50% of all Android devices are vulnerable to an Installer hijack. This may lead to unauthorized installation of adware or malware.

Unauthorized certificates being used for Google domains

Alerts & Outbreaks [Mar, 26, 2015]

Unauthorized certificates being used for Google domains

Google discovered that several domains have been issuing unauthorized SSL certificates, which were misused to insert a man-in-the middle proxy. Chrome and Firefox users are safe.

Antivirus, Anti-Malware, Anti-PUP? What is Emsisoft really?

Emsisoft Lab, Emsisoft News [Mar, 25, 2015]

Antivirus, Anti-Malware, Anti-PUP? What is Emsisoft really?

Numbers don’t lie: it seems we have literally become an “Anti-PUP” company! Almost 80% of all malware we detect is made up of potentially unwanted programs (PUPs).

Twitch user accounts possibly compromised

Alerts & Outbreaks [Mar, 25, 2015]

Twitch user accounts possibly compromised

The popular gaming network Twitch sends out emails to customers telling them that their private data may have been leaked. Accounts have been un-linked and passwords reset.

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