A type of "ransomware" hitting users across Europe demands payment for alleged copyright violations, according to a Swiss security blog.
This post initially misstated the price of the Anticrypt software. Exquisys no longer charges for it.
Victims of the Ramvicrype Trojan horse must find tools to repair encrypted files.
The strength of the 2.1 is that it does DVD playback brilliantly, but also manages to produce good quality stereo audio--for a hefty price.
Low ransom request and a self-termination date on the code suggest this is a test attack.
The Interactive Advertising Bureau doesn't like how tens of millions of people use ad-blocking software. IAB's general counsel has a counterattack: block the blockers.
Almost as certain as death and taxes is the cockroach. Now one artist has turned the tables on the pesky arthropod by taming it with some tech components and Twitter.
Malware is downloaded onto users' machines after they click on the message "lol is this your new profile pic?"
The company is telling Page owners to expect status updates to reach a smaller percentage of fans.
The folks at CineFix have dreamed up a retro video game around the classic Coen brothers film, and it's got bowling, an angry John Goodman, and enough White Russians to appease the most devout Lebowskians.