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A new scam has been tracked by Malwarebytes that affects the Chrome browser on Windows. The tech support scam gets the browser to freeze, prompting users to call a fake support number to free it.
Proofpoint has released a report outlining how hackers managed to create malware-filled fake update-ads for popular Internet browsers that millions of people were exposed to while on PornHub.
New ransomware has recently been seen searching victims' computers for illegally downloaded content in addition to social media accounts before threatening them with a bogus penalty notice.
A new malware designed for macOS users has been detected by security researchers. It attacks users via a purported Google Chrome download, which instead installs a fake software to the computer.
Trend Micro has detected a malvertising campaign against web users in Japan. It turns out that the ads were using a certificate issued by Let's Encrypt. The ads led to sites which would infect PCs.
A new malicious advertising campaign has hit popular adult websites and could infect millions. The campaign was discovered recently and is said to have started on November 21st.
Adobe's Flash player just cannot catch a break, it seems, with the latest attack corrupting ads displayed on Yahoo with malware and infecting users without the need for any interaction.