Keyloggers: More Than Just Logging Keystrokes

Keyloggers: More Than Just Logging Keystrokes

Keyloggers are a common type of malware. Upon infecting your computer, they will record your keystrokes. Everything you type will potentially be seen by the hacker who deployed the keylogger. Whether you’re typing a sensitive email or logging in to a bank...
The Challenges of Kernel-Based Keyloggers

The Challenges of Kernel-Based Keyloggers

Some keyloggers are more harmful than others. All keyloggers, of course, are designed to record keystrokes. If your computer is infected with a keylogger, it will record all of your keystrokes. From emails and documents to payment information and passwords, everything...
How Data Enrichment Can Be Applied to Cybersecurity

How Data Enrichment Can Be Applied to Cybersecurity

For a stronger and more effective cybersecurity strategy, you may want to take advantage of data enrichment. Many businesses now include data enrichment as part of their overall cybersecurity strategy. They still use traditional methods to identify and prevent cyber...
5 Telltale Signs of Scareware

5 Telltale Signs of Scareware

Have you encountered a pop-up message indicating that your computer is infected with malware? While legitimate antivirus software may use pop-up notifications such as this, it’s a common tactic with scareware as well. Scareware isn’t legitimate antivirus...
File Corruption and Malware: What You Should Know

File Corruption and Malware: What You Should Know

Have you encountered one or more corrupted files on your computer? If so, your computer may be infected with malware. File corruption is a common symptom of a malware infection. Whether it’s a virus, trojan, ransomware or any other malware, it may corrupt some...