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Desktop Window Manager vulnerability CVE-2021-28310 exploited ITW

Kaspersky experts believe CVE-2021-28310, a zero-day Microsoft Windows vulnerability, may already have been exploited in the wild.

Screenshot cryptoscam in Lightshot | Kaspersky official blog

Cybercriminals are using a well-known feature in the Lightshot app to defraud cryptoinvestors.

APKPure is not safe, distributes Trojans | Kaspersky official blog

The APKPure app store for Android has been infected by a malicious module that downloads Trojans to users? devices.

Text files weaponized by vulnerability in macOS | Kaspersky official blog

Cybercriminals exploited the CVE-2019-8761 vulnerability in macOS to attack users through text files.

Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 196 | Kaspersky official blog

In this week?s edition of the Kaspersky podcast, we discuss the state of financial cyberthreats.

Ransomware: From blockers to cryptors and beyond | Kaspersky official blog

How ransomware has grown from simplistic screen blockers into monsters paralyzing airports and shipping companies.

How ransomware makes victims pay | Kaspersky official blog

After an organization lost children?s personal data to a ransomware attack, the crooks behind it leaned on schools and parents to get paid.

PHP language backdoor | Kaspersky official blog

Some cybercriminals attempted to introduce a backdoor into PHP language source code, but their attempt failed, so we analyze the takeaways.

Malware adapted for the Apple M1 | Kaspersky official blog

What's new in the malware adapted for the Apple M1, is this malware dangerous, and how you can protect yourself from it.

Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 195 | Kaspersky official blog

For this edition of the Kaspersky podcast, Dave and Jeff discuss extortionware, a dumb mafia member, data breaches, and more.