Trustaira Blog
May 14, 2017        Trustaira Staff

Update 5 (Monday 16.05.2017 BDT): Now you can add Bangladesh officially to the list of affected countries suffering from this ransomware. Number of affected workstation or laptops varies from 30-50. If you still haven’t install patches that has been released to solve this issue. Please do it now. And refrain yourself from clicking any link coming through mail unless you are absolutely sure of its authenticity…

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April 4, 2017        Trustaira Staff

Previously, there were report about infecting android devices with malware through the Apps downloaded from Android Stores.  It is only getting worse with time. Recently android devices of various vendors were found with pre-installed malware. They were discovered to be loaded with malwares pre-installed somewhere along the supply chain. Check Point Software Technologies said that it found that 38 Android handsets were infected with adware, information-stealing malware…

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March 7, 2017        Trustaira Staff

News of data breach, security leak and system vulnerability incidents have been occurring almost every day in this year. Unfortunately, here comes another BIG ONE!  On a dark web marketplace, someone is selling millions of Gmail and Yahoo accounts. These accounts include personal information such as usernames, emails and their passwords in a plain text format. In the last few months, we have heard of several…

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February 18, 2017        Trustaira Staff

Address Space Layout Randomization, simply known as ASLR, is a memory protection technique. Almost all the Operating Systems use ASLR to guard themselves from different malicious attacks such as Buffer-Overflow. It randomizes the locations where programs run in a device’s memory. It makes it difficult for attackers to execute malicious payloads in specific spots of memory when trying to exploit the system. For years, this…

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January 29, 2017        Trustaira Staff

There is a general thinking among the IT professionals that Linux based devices do not get affected by malware or virus. Well this is not true! A recent report, published by a Russian antivirus company Dr. Web, showed that a cyber-criminal group has turned several thousand Linux-based devices into their proxy servers to do their dirty woks anonymously. A Trojan virus named “Linux.Proxy.10” has been…

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