System administrators whose boxes are running on Linux have recently reported a massive wave of attacks on the famous SSH port (also known as Port 22).
We will define an e-threat as being a general term for any type of threat, be it malware, spyware, adware, grayware, hacktool and so on.
We know, it's sad but true. Our last weeks super-star,
As technology gets cheaper and cheaper, the number of personal computer rapidly escalates.
Backdoors are security risks that allow attackers to remotely and stealthily access a computer using either plain-text or fully visual interfaces.
This weeks e-threats activity was pretty odd. We have proxy servers, trojans, patchers and the one that beats them all, a worm that does nothing but spread.
The vundo trojan is usually a dll with a random name located in system32 directory. The length of the file name is usually 5 to 7 characters (depending on the...
Trojan.Vundo, it works with random named files in
Trojan.Vundo is a trojan with adware components which spreads either as a BHO (Browser Helper Object) or a standalone application.