'BloodyStealer' Malware: How to Avoid Cyberthreat That Steals Gaming Accounts of Victims

'BloodyStealer' Malware: How to Avoid Cyberthreat That Steals Gaming Accounts of Victims

A report from Kaspersky revealed that a malware named "BloodyStealer" has infiltrated gaming accounts, and steals information from them. The said malware, which was sold in underground forums, snatches private data, and sold them to cybercriminals.

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MALWARE ATTACK

'BloodyStealer' Malware: How to Avoid Cyberthreat That Steals Gaming Accounts of Victims

A report from Kaspersky revealed that a malware named "BloodyStealer" has infiltrated gaming accounts, and steals information from them. The said malware, which was sold in underground forums, snatches private data, and sold them to cybercriminals.

by Staff Reporter

RANSOMWARE

Windows Print Spooler Flaw Detected: How to Prevent 'PrintNightmare' Ransomware Attacks

A research report revealed that a Windows print spooler flaw may have been exploited and used by cyberattackers in spreading ransomware against users.

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CHROME

Google Chrome Security Update After 'Zero-Day Vulnerability' Exploits Released: How to Download

Google released a Security Update for their Chrome internet browser. This is after they found out that eight security exploits were active inside the browser's programming, including a zero-day exploit that may comprimise a user's private information.

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CHROME

Google Chrome Security Update After 'Zero-Day Vulnerability' Exploits Released: How to Download

Google released a Security Update for their Chrome internet browser. This is after they found out that eight security exploits were active inside the browser's programming, including a zero-day exploit that may comprimise a user's private information.

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PASSWORD

Kaspersky's ‘Random Password Generator’ Can Create Passwords 'That Can Be Easily Cracked:' How to Create Stronger Passwords

Kaspersky's own Password Manager was said to be generating passwords that are not "randomized," and instead, susceptible to "brute-forcing." The analysis that revealed this said that there are many flaws in the tool's programming.

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MULTFACTOR AUTHENTICATION

Twitter Allows the Use of Security Keys for Multifactor Authentication: How to Add It to Your Profile

Twitter now allows the use of security keys for the site's multifactor authentication. These security keys is a great substitution to other forms of authentication such as authentication apps and SNS messaging.

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MALWARE ATTACK

Google Removes Android Apps That Steal Facebook Passwords: How to Retrieve Compromised Account, Avoid Suspecting Apps

Google remove nine Android smartphone apps in their Play Store for suspected malware inside. The apps, ranging from app locks to phone optimizationapps to horoscope reading apps, are riddled with said malware that can snatch the victim's Facebook log-in credentials.

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HACKER

LinkedIn Data Breach June 2021 Affects Almost ALL Users: How to Know if Your Account Has Been Hacked

Last June 22nd, over 700 million LinkedIn profiles were breached and then posted for sale in a hacker forum. According to an article, said data were sold for $5000.

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HACKER

LinkedIn Data Breach June 2021 Affects Almost ALL Users: How to Know if Your Account Has Been Hacked

Last June 22nd, over 700 million LinkedIn profiles were breached and then posted for sale in a hacker forum. According to an article, said data were sold for $5000.

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MALWARE ALERT

Cyber Attackers Unleashed Cryptomining Malware 'Crackonosh' Masked as Free Games: How to Avoid Virus-infested Free Games

A BBC report stated that hackers are uploading malware-laced "cracked" versions of major vidoe game titles for free. "Crackonosh," the malware hidden in these games, is mining a total of more than $200 Million dollars in cryptomoney.

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MALWARE ALERT

Cyber Attackers Unleashed Cryptomining Malware 'Crackonosh' Masked as Free Games: How to Avoid Virus-infested Free Games

A BBC report stated that hackers are uploading malware-laced "cracked" versions of major vidoe game titles for free. "Crackonosh," the malware hidden in these games, is mining a total of more than $200 Million dollars in cryptomoney.

by Staff Reporter

PHISHING

‘Abandoned’ Game Pre-Order Scam Warning: How to Recognize, Avoid Fraud E-Mails

Blue Box Game Studios, the makers of "Abandoned," posted on twitter that the alleged sent emails about the preorders of the game were false as it uses their own contact details. This is an example of a scam email, or phishing email, that can be recognized and avoided.

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SECURITY

1.2TB of Private Data Stolen From Facebook, Netflix, Amazon and More up For Sale for $100

A custom Trojan-type malware has said to infiltrated more than 3 million computers, stealing more than 1.2 terabytes of data from 2018 to 2020. According to the report, the data includes 26 million log-in credentials, including passwords, and other 6.6 million files.

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ONLINE SECURITY IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND

Multifactor Authentication: How Does This Security Feature Will Keep You Safe Online, Best Apps to Use

With several major data breaches and cyberattacks reached the headlines, many people are now considering online security to protect their accounts. The best solution for this problem is a cyber security technology called Multifactor Authentication, or providing additional security info aside to an account password.

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