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    Malicious Tools

    Malicious Tools are malicious software programs that have been designed for automatically creating viruses, worms or Trojans , conducting DoS attacks on remote servers, hacking other computers, and more...

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    Cibercrimen: riesgos y protección

    Perhaps the most dangerous types of malware creators are the hackers and groups of hackers that create malicious software programs in an effort to meet their own specific criminal objectives...

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    In everyday life, there are vandals that seem to enjoy destroying things – even though it can be hard to understand how they derive any tangible benefit from their acts of vandalism. Unfortunately, the same type of behaviour is also present in cyberspace...

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    The fact that Kaspersky Lab has not recorded malware that uses exploits in Android to perform a drive-by attack may seem positive, but only at a first glance.The fact that Kaspersky Lab has not recorded malware that uses exploits in Android to perform a drive...

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    ¿Qué es el pornware?

    Pornware is the name given to a class of programs that display pornographic material on a device. In addition to the programs that some users may deliberately install on their computers and mobile devices – to search for and display pornographic material – Pornware also includes programs that have been maliciously installed, without the user having any knowledge of their presence...

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    ¿Quién crea el malware?

    If you’re mystified as to why someone would want to put so much effort into attacking your computer or your mobile device, let’s take a moment to consider the type of people that become malware creators… and how they benefit from creating malware...

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    Empresas del mercado gris

    In addition to students writing computer viruses and cybercriminals developing malicious software for personal gain, there are also threats from ‘grey business’ operations that undertake activities that are on the edge of – or just beyond – what’s legal.

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    Wild Neutron Targeted Attacks

    Wild Neutron (also known as “Jripbot” and “Morpho”) is a powerful threat actor with a wide range of interests — from big IT enterprises and spyware developers to [online?] terrorist forums and bitcoin-related companies.

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    What is Spyware? - Definition

    Spyware is something of a grey area, as there’s really no copy-book definition of it. As its name suggests, however spyware is generally loosely defined as software that’s designed to...

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    Daños provocados por el malware

    Computer viruses, worms and Trojan viruses can cause many different types of damage to computers, networks, mobile devices and data.

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