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April 26, 2022
Prynt Stealer InfoStealer Keylogger Malware Underground Market Dark Web Gaming

Prynt Stealer is the newest offered malware on the underground market

A new information-stealing malware, dubbed Prynt Stealer, had been spotted by researchers propagating infections among its targets which possesses distinct features, such as keylogger and clipper modules. This new info-stealer attacks web browsers, gaming, and messaging apps, while also capable of carrying out financial compromises. The Prynt Stealer is offered via time-based subscriptions, including $100...
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DeFi Platforms CyberAttack 2022 Decentralized Finance Crypto Cryptocurrency Bitcoin

DeFi platforms become one of the most attacked sectors for 2022

Several reports of cyberattacks targeting the cryptocurrency landscape have been emerging recently, with the Decentralized Finance or DeFi platforms being one of the most attacked. The platform suffered various attacks that caused it to lose massive funds through crypto scams. Security analysts revealed that in 2021, there was over $3 billion worth of digital assets...
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Lenovo Windows Firmware Flaws UEFI Attacks BIOS Notebook Ideapad Legion

Lenovo users are warned of three firmware flaws launching UEFI attacks

Three firmware bugs were found in Lenovo devices, which the tech firm immediately patched after discovering that they could be exploited for Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) attacks. The vulnerabilities were assigned as CVE-2021-3970, CVE-2021-3971, and CVE-2021-3972 and used for deploying and executing UEFI malware through SPI flash implants or ESP implants inside Lenovo Notebook...
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