Tag Archive | "malware"


17 May 2006 | 5,402 views

No Your Car CANNOT get a Bluetooth Virus

It’s gone round and round and round, now cars have Bluetooth, that they can get viruses like Cabir, I’m sorry but if an Anti-virus company like F-Secure can’t infect a car with a virus, I don’t have much hope for the others. The rumours came from a Lexus story in SCMagazine (The story is no […]

Continue Reading


14 May 2006 | 5,129 views

Open Source Blamed for Rootkits?

This is the biggest load of shite I’ve read this year I think. Rootkits are becoming more prevalent and difficult to detect, and security vendor McAfee says the blame falls squarely on the open source community. In its “Rootkits” report being published today, McAfee says the number of rootkits it has collected as malware samples […]

Continue Reading


07 May 2006 | 4,817 views

New Trojan Targets World Cup Fans – Troj/Haxdoor-IN

Ah, first we had the ransomeware, yesterday the trojan targetting WoW users, now we have the World Cup trojan.. It really must be Trojan season. A Trojan horse that poses as a World Cup wallchart has begun circulating on the net. The Haxdoor-IN Trojan horse is been spamvertised in messages, written in German, that purport […]

Continue Reading


06 May 2006 | 13,702 views

New Password Stealing Trojan Targets WoW Players

It really does seem like the Malware/Spyware folks are really into making money nowdays, what with $15 spyware kits and Viruses that place your machine under lockdown until you pay the ransom.. What happened to people just doing stuff for learning, for enhancement of knowledge, deep understanding..not a quick few hundred dollars. I have to […]

Continue Reading


28 April 2006 | 7,895 views

Trojan Writers Coding for Money – Freezes PC for Ransom

A new term has been coined, yes indeed.. Ransomeware That’s what they are calling this new threat, infects your PC then freezes it until you send some people some money. A new kind of malware circulating on the Internet freezes a computer and then asks for a ransom paid through the Western Union Holdings money […]

Continue Reading


24 April 2006 | 6,530 views

DIY Spyware – Get Into it for just $15

I remember some time ago there was a VB virus creation kit, there’s actually quite a few. Yah I know, it’s extremely lame. But what to do, it seems less and less people can actually think nowdays, let along think of something original, or wow…even DO SOMETHING ORIGINAL? So what’s the big money maker now? […]

Continue Reading


13 March 2006 | 30,401 views

VMWare Rootkits, The Next Big Threat?

Lab rats at Microsoft Research and the University of Michigan have teamed up to create prototypes for virtual machine-based rootkits that significantly push the envelope for hiding malware and that can maintain control of a target operating system. The proof-of-concept rootkit, called SubVirt, exploits known security flaws and drops a VMM (virtual machine monitor) underneath […]

Continue Reading


09 March 2006 | 17,709 views

Windows Rootkits

Windows Rootkits are a big rarity in this modern web hacking tehnology… I won’t speak exactly about rootkits, because it’s impropriate to call them that way… why? Well rootkits are programs that aid you in getting access to root level users… So in the case we are using Windows rootkits we should call them admkits […]

Continue Reading


06 March 2006 | 7,289 views

Anti-Spyware Software Wars – Can’t they get along?!

Last year, we noted how some security products could cause conflicts that would cause computers to lock up — but there’s another (less troublesome) trend that’s happening as well: security products declaring competing products as malware and removing them. Just a little over a week ago, the latest version of Microsoft’s anti-spyware offering declared Symantec’s […]

Continue Reading


27 February 2006 | 7,578 views

Malware Honeypot Projects Merge – mwcollect and nepenthes

Looking to streamline the collection of malware samples, two of the biggest honeypot projects mwcollect and nepenthes have merged operations. The two projects, which passively trap viruses, spyware and other forms of malicious software by emulating known vulnerabilities, will combine operations to develop a single malware collection tool, according to an announcement my mwcollect head […]

Continue Reading


Popular Tags

computer-security · darknet · exploits · google · hacking · hacking-networks · hacking-websites · hacking-windows · hacking tool · Hacking Tools · Information-Security · information gathering · malware · microsoft · network-security · Network Hacking · Password Cracking · penetration-testing · Phishing · Privacy · Python · scammers · Security · Security Software · spam · spammers · sql-injection · trojan · trojans · virus · viruses · vulnerabilities · web-application-security · web-security · Web Hacking · windows · windows-security · Windows Hacking · worms · XSS ·