BleepingComputer is being sued by Enigma Software because of a negative review of SpyHunter.
A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here.
All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).
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A new ransomware was discovered last week that incorporates some interesting features such as ICMP communication with Command & Control server and a unique payment/key retrieval mechanism. This ransom also has a flaw in its key storage method that could allow user's to retrieve their decryption key under the right circumstances.
BleepingComputer.com is being sued by Enigma Software, the creators of SpyHunter, for a review posted in our forums. The site needs your help to fight a frivolous lawsuit and defend its RIGHT TO FREE SPEECH! If we cannot fight this lawsuit it will only encourage companies to abuse our legal system for censorship.
This Monday, Lawrence Abrams, the owner of BleepingComputer.com, will be on the live IT Jetpack online show discussing computer security, ransomware, and other topics related to computer techs and IT business owners. This show airs on Monday, February 1 @ 12:00 noon EST with a pre-show starting at 11:40am EST.
A new deal was released for 97% off of a Linux Power User Course Bundle. These courses normally go for $693.00, but have been discounted 97% to $19.00 USD. This bundle offers five online courses that help you go from a Linux Command Line Novice to a Linux Ninja through 22 hours of online courses.
Oracle announced yesterday that they will be deprecating the use of Java browser plugins starting in JRK 9, with it ultimately being removed altogether in future versions of the Java runtime environment. This is a important step in browser security as Java is a common target for exploit kits and attackers.
Today we have a new deal where you can save 26% off of the NES30 Pro Bluetooth Game Controller. This retro pocket sized game controller allows you to connect to a variety of game consoles such as Xbox, PS4, WiiU, Raspberry Pi, Android, and iOS in order to easily play mobile games.
A new ransomware has been spotted called 7ev3n that encrypts your data and demands 13 bitcoins to decrypt your files. A 13 bitcoin ransom demand is the largest we have seen to date for this type of infection, but this ransomware also has another surprise as it does a good job trashing your system.
We have a new deal today for a Pay What You Want: Learn to Code 2016 Bundle where 10% of the proceeds go to the Save the Children charity. With the Pay What You Want bundles, you are able to get the following courses for as little as you want to pay while helping charities.
A vulnerability for the LeChiffre ransomware has been discovered that allows Fabian Wosar of Emsisoft to create a free decryptor for it. This articles explains how to use the decrypter to recover files encrypted by LeChiffre for free.
Today Malwarebytes released their latest security offering called Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware. Malwarebytes Anti-Ransomware, or MBARW for short, is currently in beta and is a small utility that runs in the background while quietly monitoring computer for behavior associated with file encrypting ransomware.
In a post on the BleepingComputer.com forums, the developer of the Magic Ransomware infection is blackmailing the author of the open source Hidden Tear and EDA2 Ransomware Project. The malware developer's demands are simple; take down the Hidden Tear project or their Magic ransomware's victims lose their keys forever.