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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#288 KeyBase keylogger usage explodes after getting leaked online
KeyBase is a spyware family that can capture keystrokes, steal data from the user's clipboard, and take screenshots of the victim's desktop at regular intervals.

The malware was created in February 2015 but was seen for the first time in June when the same Palo Alto researchers stumbled upon an unprotected server (control panel) where KeyBase was sending its screenshots.
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#289 Malware and skimmer, explosions and hammers: How attackers go after ATM
#288 KeyBase keylogger usage explodes after getting leaked online
#287 Drupal update fixes 10 vulnerabilities, one critical
#286 Op-ed: The international politics of VPN regulation
#285 Malicious websites exploit Silverlight bug that can pwn Macs and Windows
#284 Have we been hit by hackers? No idea, CIOs admit
#283 PWC report: businesses are leaving themselves vulnerable due to lack of understanding over risks.
#282 Advertisers need four apps to identify you
#281 G DATA Mobile Malware Report (PDF) - 758,133 new Android malware Q4 2015
#280 CTB-Locker/Critroni finds new legs targeting websites
#279 Windows 10 is showing ads on your lockscreen, here's how to turn them off
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