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Rising PDF Threats: Cybercriminals Exploit WikiLoader, Ursnif, and DarkGate

Rising PDF Threats Cybercriminals Exploit WikiLoader, Ursnif, and DarkGate

Rising PDF Threats: Cybercriminals  In a recent report released by HP Wolf Security, alarming trends regarding PDF-based malware attacks have been uncovered. Cybercriminals are leveraging PDF documents as vectors to spread malicious software, with notable threats including WikiLoader, Ursnif, and DarkGate. The analysis conducted by HP Wolf Security reveals a concerning 7% increase in PDF-based […]

Navigating Career Choices: SoC vs. VAPT

Navigating Career Choices: SoC vs. VAPT

In the fast-paced world of technology, choosing a career path can be a daunting task. The decision between a System on Chip (SoC) career and one in Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing (VAPT) is especially critical, as it involves a blend of personal interests, skills, and long-term career goals. This article aims to guide you […]

Unveiling SpectralBlur: A New macOS Backdoor Threat Linked to North Korean Hackers

Unveiling SpectralBlur: A New macOS Backdoor Threat Linked to North Korean Hackers In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity threats, a new and sophisticated macOS backdoor has emerged, known as SpectralBlur. Attributed to North Korean hackers, this clandestine threat poses a significant risk to macOS users globally. The discovery of SpectralBlur underscores the continued advancements of […]

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