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Exposing Modular Adware: How DealPly, IsErIk, And ManageX Persist In Systems
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from TrendMicro
We have constantly observed suspicious activities caused by adware, with common behaviors that include access to seemingly random domains with alternating consonant and vowel names, scheduled tasks, and in-memory execution via WScript that...
Sipping From The Coronavirus Domain Firehose
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Security experts are poring over thousands of new Coronavirus-themed domain names registered each day, but this often manual effort struggles to keep pace with the flood of domains invoking the virus to promote malware and phishing sites,...
Half A Million Zoom Accounts For Sale On The Dark Web
16th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from ESET Research
Even accounts belonging to banks and educational institutions were found on lists plastered across various hacker forums The post Half a million Zoom accounts for sale on the dark web appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
COVID-19 Has United Cybersecurity Experts, But Will That Unity Survive The Pandemic?
15th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from Krebsonsecurity
The Coronavirus has prompted thousands of information security professionals to volunteer their skills in upstart collaborative efforts aimed at frustrating cybercriminals who are seeking to exploit the crisis for financial gain. Whether...
April Patch Tuesday: Fixes For Font-Related, Microsoft SharePoint, Windows Components Vulnerabilities
15th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from TrendMicro
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday for April released fixes for a couple of critical font-related vulnerabilities, like an earlier disclosed one found in Adobe Type Manager Library (atmfd.dll). It also featured patches for vulnerabilities in Microsoft...
Microsoft Patch Tuesday, April 2020 Edition
14th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Microsoft today released updates to fix 113 security vulnerabilities in its various Windows operating systems and related software. Those include at least three flaws that are actively being exploited, as well as two others which were publicly...
Coronavirus Update App Leads To Project Spy Android And IOS Spyware
14th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from TrendMicro
We discovered a cyberespionage campaign we have named Project Spy infecting Android and iOS devices with spyware by using the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) as a lure. The post Coronavirus Update App Leads to Project Spy Android and iOS...
Americans Report US$13 Million In Losses From Coronavirus Scams
14th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from ESET Research
The median loss to fraudulent schemes that exploit the global health crisis is almost US$600 The post Americans report US$13 million in losses from coronavirus scams appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Is “global Privacy” An Oxymoron?
14th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from ESET Research
While in France, a citizen of Brazil who resides in California books a bungee jump in New Zealand. Is it a leap of faith into the unknown, for both the operator and the thrill-seeker? The post Is “global privacy” an oxymoron? appeared...
Think Fast: Time Between Disclosure, Patch Release And Vulnerability Exploitation — Intelligence For Vulnerability Management, Part Two
13th Apr 2020 [one month ago] from FireEye Research
One of the critical strategic and tactical roles that cyber threatintelligence (CTI) plays is in the tracking, analysis, andprioritization of software vulnerabilities that could potentiallyput an organization’s data, employees and customers...
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