A new security risk for TeamViewer users has been reported. Network security course specialists detail the finding of a critical vulnerability in the remote access platform that could allow threat
The developers of TeamViewer, the widely used remote desktop software, recently confirmed a cyberattack against the company that occurred in 2016, reported web application security testing. A representative of the
Remote support software company TeamViewer said Tuesday it issued a hotfix for a bug that allows users sharing a desktop session to gain control of the other’s computer without permission.
The malware can affect anyone downloading the wrong mail attachment and unzipping the file onto their computers. TeamSpy is back and it’s turning TeamViewer into the spying tool that no
Users of the TeamViewer remote-access service have beencomplaining in recent weeks about how their systems have been hacked into, unauthorized purchases made on their cards, their bank accounts emptied. Initially it
Remote-control tool wobbles offline, blames bad passwords for compromises. Updated TeamViewer users say their computers were hijacked and bank accounts emptied all while the software company’s systems mysteriously fell offline. TeamViewer
Crooks use your PC to hide their IP, funnel Web traffic. BackDoor.TeamViewer.49 is the name of a backdoor trojan discovered by Russian security vendor Dr.Web, who claims it will install the