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Google Wants You To Beef Up Your Account Security With Its Own Hardware Token
27th Jul 2018 [24 days ago] from ESET Research
The company credits hardware-based two-factor authentication with practically eliminating the problem of phishing attacks that have targeted its own employees of late The post Google wants you to beef up your account security with its own...
Chrome Now Flags HTTP Sites As “not Secure”
26th Jul 2018 [25 days ago] from ESET Research
This is bad news for many websites that have yet to embrace encrypted connections The post Chrome now flags HTTP sites as “not secure” appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
New Underminer Exploit Kit Delivers Bootkit And Cryptocurrency-mining Malware With Encrypted TCP Tunnel
26th Jul 2018 [25 days ago] from TrendMicro
We discovered a new exploit kit we named Underminer that employs capabilities used by other exploit kits to deter researchers from tracking its activity or reverse engineering the payloads. Underminer delivers a bootkit that infects the...
Microsoft Office Vulnerabilities Used To Distribute FELIXROOT Backdoor In Recent Campaign
26th Jul 2018 [25 days ago] from FireEye Research
Campaign DetailsIn September 2017, FireEye identified the FELIXROOT backdoor as apayload in a campaign targeting Ukrainians and reported it to ourintelligence customers. The campaign involved malicious Ukrainian bankdocuments, which contained...
Fake Banking Apps On Google Play Leak Stolen Credit Card Data
26th Jul 2018 [25 days ago] from ESET Research
Fraudsters are using bogus apps to convince users of three Indian banks to divulge their personal data The post Fake banking apps on Google Play leak stolen credit card data appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Attack Inception: Compromised Supply Chain Within A Supply Chain Poses New Risks
26th Jul 2018 [25 days ago] from Microsoft
A new software supply chain attack unearthed by Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (Windows Defender ATP) emerged as an unusual multi-tier case. Unknown attackers compromised the shared infrastructure in place between the vendor...
I Saw What You Did…or Did I?
26th Jul 2018 [25 days ago] from ESET Research
It might seem legit but there are several reasons why you should not always hit the panic button when someone claims to have your email password The post I saw what you did…or did I? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
LifeLock Bug Exposed Millions Of Customer Email Addresses
25th Jul 2018 [26 days ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Identity theft protection firm LifeLock -- a company thats built a name for itself based on the promise of helping consumers protect their identities online -- may have actually exposed customers to additional attacks from ID thieves and...
Hook, Line, And Sinker: How To Avoid Looking ‘phish-y’
25th Jul 2018 [26 days ago] from ESET Research
Top tips to help you avoid being caught receiving or sending phishing-looking emails The post Hook, line, and sinker: How to avoid looking ‘phish-y’ appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Be Like A Moomin: How To Establish Trust Between Competitors So We Can Fight Cybercrime
24th Jul 2018 [27 days ago] from Microsoft
Do you know the Moomins? Theyre a tight-knit, happy cartoon family. And theres a lot they can teach us about collaboration.
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