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Pegasus, the Most Terrifying Spyware with an Ancient Greek Name

Pegasus, the most terrifying spyware developed by the Israeli cyber-arms firm NSO Group, borrows its name from ancient Greek mythology. Pegasus, the mythical winged divine horse, is one of the most recognized creatures in Greek mythology. The cyber-surveillance company’s Pegasus spyware...

Increasing Malware Spread in Greece

An increase in the spread of malware through mobile storage devices, such as USBs, CDs and DVDs, was recorded in Greece during the first half of 2014, according to data released by Kaspersky Security Network. More than 2,615,000 cases of...

Greek Authorities Alert for "Shylock" Malware

The officers of the Cyber Crime Unit of the Greek Police are alert after the appearance of the "Shylock" malware in Greece. According to a Europol announcement, Shylock has infected at least 30,000 computers running Microsoft Windows worldwide. Intelligence suggests that Shylock...

Greek Hackers Attacked 250,000 Computers Around the World

Two Greek students of informatics aged 31 and 27 years old had developed a malicious software called "Lecpetex" which was spreading through social networking sites stealing digital currencies, the so-called bitcoins, from more than 250,000 computers around the world. The Cyber...