Trustaira Blog
July 13, 2017        Trustaira Staff

A new malware has been revealed by “Check Point” recently which has attacked more than 15 million android device around the world, rooting phones and hijacking apps to make millions in fraudulent ad revenue. The name of this catastrophic Cyber threat for Android is ‘CopyCat’. How Your Phone Gets Affected? CopyCat impersonate itself a popular application on Third Party App Store that people are downloaded…

Read More »

 
May 21, 2017        Trustaira Staff

In the wake of recent wave of attack and continuous increased news of founding malicious application in PlayStore,  Google has decided to add a new layer of security defense for its android user named Google Play Protect. What’s it’s about? Let’s hear it from Google first. “Backed by the strength of Google, Play Protect brings control to your fingertips while giving guidance along the way….

Read More »

 
May 16, 2017        Trustaira Staff

It is no secret the number of cyber-attacks is on the rise. As more time goes by, cyber criminals are becoming more sophisticated with nature of attacks.  So, we always need to stay alert on this issue as our dependency over technologies is increasing day by day. Usually financial sector, along with energy and national defense sectors, is most affected one from this phenomena.  NOW…

Read More »

 
May 16, 2017        Trustaira Staff

It is 2017, and opening a simple document file may  compromise your system! We are witnessing an ongoing multi-phase ransomware attack all around the world. It may get even worse! A zero-day vulnerability refers to a hole in software that is unknown to the vendor. This security hole is then exploited by hackers before the vendor becomes aware and hurries to fix it—this exploit is…

Read More »

 
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…

Read More »