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Stay safe online - 2020-04-07
Hackers abuse misconfigured Docker servers to release Kinsing malware

Hackers abuse misconfigured Docker servers to release Kinsing malware

Misconfigured Docker API ports left exposed without passwords used to spread new crypto-mining malware. More
HP computer owners beware: HP Support Assistant flaws remain unpatched

HP computer owners beware: HP Support Assistant flaws remain unpatched

The pre-installed HP Support Assistant software on Windows computers is riddled with vulnerabilities. More

Twitter privacy issues: Firefox cached files sent through DMs

Twitter privacy issues: Firefox cached files sent through DMs

Twitter revealed that a bug allowed private files shared via the platform to be stored inside Firefox cache for up to seven days. More
News Security  2020-04-03
Zoom hack allows hackers to compromise Windows and steal credentials

Zoom hack allows hackers to compromise Windows and steal credentials

Studying and working from home can lead to hacker attacks since Zoom hack is real due to UNC path injections. More
News Security  2020-04-02
Resurface of Zeus Sphinx trojan: threat actors abusing COVID-19 crisis

Resurface of Zeus Sphinx trojan: threat actors abusing COVID-19 crisis

Phishing surrounding coronavirus outbreak continues - scam emails deliver a new version of Zeus Sphinx banking trojan. More

Covid-19. Online safety issues during the quarantine: how to manage your privacy

Covid-19. Online safety issues during the quarantine: how to manage your privacy

#StayHome Tech – Private Internet Access VPN. Considering how the recent COVID-19 pandemic has been evolving, people all over the world are being encouraged to #StayHome, no matter if they're sick or not. More
News Security  2020-03-31
Personal data of almost 5 million Georgian voters exposed online

Personal data of almost 5 million Georgian voters exposed online

A data dump containing 4,934,863 Georgian voters' personal information was found being sold on the underground forums. More
News Security  2020-03-30

While dealing with COVID-19, hospitals also have to deal with Ryuk

While dealing with COVID-19, hospitals also have to deal with Ryuk

Ryuk ransomware does not leave hospitals alone despite the fact that doctors are already busy with Coronavirus disease patients. More
Rare phishing attack: company delivered malware-laden USB drive

Rare phishing attack: company delivered malware-laden USB drive

The so-called BadUSB attack executed with the help of a letter that included a gift card from BestBuy. More
TrickBot uses a malicious Android app to bypass 2FA by various banks

TrickBot uses a malicious Android app to bypass 2FA by various banks

TrickBot malware developers released malicious Android application to bypass the two-factor authentication protection used by various banks. More

BlackNET malware spread via the fake Corona antivirus tool

BlackNET malware spread via the fake Corona antivirus tool

Two websites providing misleading protection software were investigated by cybersecurity specialists. More
Google Play Store distributed malicious ad-fraud apps designed for kids

Google Play Store distributed malicious ad-fraud apps designed for kids

Tekya malware was downloaded almost 1 million times. Check Point security researchers found that Android applications designed for kids distributed malware dubbed Tekya. More
News Security  2020-03-24

Coronavirus phishing attacks continue: now deliver Netwalker ransomware

Coronavirus phishing attacks continue: now deliver Netwalker ransomware

The overworked members of the healthcare sector are being targeted with coronavirus-themed phishing emails. More
News Spam and phishing  2020-03-23
Sodinokibi creators leak and sell data stolen from organizations

Sodinokibi creators leak and sell data stolen from organizations

Hackers follow each others' techniques: Sodinokibi distributes data stolen from victims on hacker forums. More
Data breach at Canadian ISP Rogers: open database to blame

Data breach at Canadian ISP Rogers: open database to blame

Rogers' third-party service provider left an unprotected database open. More
News Security  2020-03-20

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