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Nexus Android banking trojan targets 450 financial apps

An Android banking trojan named Nexus is being used by multiple threat actors to target 450 financial applications, cybersecurity firm Cleafy has warned. The malware appears to still be in its early stages of development, but it offers several features to perform account takeover (ATO) attacks against banking portals and cryptocurrency services, such as credentials… Read More »Nexus Android banking trojan targets 450 financial apps

Script Viruses

Script Virus: The Sneaky Virus Hiding In Your Scripts

Script Virus: The Sneaky Virus Hiding In Your Scripts Script viruses are a form of malicious code that can be embedded into scripts, such as JavaScript and VBScript. A script virus is designed to allow attackers to gain unauthorised access to computers or networks, allowing them to steal confidential data or disrupt computer operations. Script… Read More »Script Virus: The Sneaky Virus Hiding In Your Scripts

How to Detect New Threats via Suspicious Activities

How to Detect New Threats via Suspicious Activities Unknown malware presents a significant cybersecurity threat and can cause serious damage to organizations and individuals alike. When left undetected, malicious code can gain access to confidential information, corrupt data, and allow attackers to gain control of systems. To avoid these damaging circumstances, it is important to… Read More »How to Detect New Threats via Suspicious Activities