Yet another HP Keylogger

Previously, Hewlett Packard had a keylogger embedded in their audio driver and now there’s one found in their synaptics keyboard driver. This driver can be found on most modern HP laptops. Vulnerability Details Security researcher Michael Myung discovered the keylogging code in the keyboard driver while trying to control the keyboard back-light. The code looks for…

Malware found in CCleaner Installer

CCleaner infected with Malware

About the Attack: Pirform released an announcement yesterday (18th September, 2017) informing their users that CCleaner v5.33.6162 and CCleaner Cloud v1.07.3191 had been compromised, as an attacker managed to place malicious code inside the official CCleaner releases. Users who had installed either of these versions, estimated to be 2.27 million people, may have had non-personally identifiable…

Domain Renewal Scam

We get calls from customers about domain renewals and we understand why it’s a confusing subject. Since domain renewals usually occur only once every 2 years, it’s something you’re not used to handling. You also need to watch out for dodgy companies sending unsolicited letters and emails saying “renew your domain now”.  Although the letter will…

Is a password enough to be secure?

Once upon a time having good password was called good security, but not anymore. There are too many ways to attack your account to depend on eight characters, no matter how complicated they are. Just last week we had two customers give away their passwords by opening an official looking email and typing their username…