Cybersecurity News


Iranian cyberspies leave training videos exposed online

Cyber-security firm IBM X-Force finds video recordings used to train Iranian state hackers.
16 July 2020

Mac cryptocurrency trading application rebranded, bundled with malware

ESET researchers lure GMERA malware operators to remotely control their Mac honeypots

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16 July 2020

Mac users trying to trade cryptocurrencies targeted by Gmera Trojan operators

Wallets are being plundered by apps infected with Gmera malware.
16 July 2020

LokiBot Redux Attacks Massive List of Common Android Apps

LokiBot Redux Attacks Massive List of Common Android Apps BlackRock, based on the Xerxes source code, can steal info not only from financial apps but also TikTok, Tinder, Instagram, Uber and many others.
16 July 2020

New BlackRock Android malware can steal passwords and card data from 337 apps

Android apps targeted by this new trojan include banking, dating, social media, and instant messaging apps.
16 July 2020

Bazar backdoor linked to Trickbot banking Trojan campaigns

Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic to spread the new malware.
16 July 2020

Twitter Elite Accounts Are Hijacked in Unprecedented Cryptocurrency Scam

Twitter Elite Accounts Are Hijacked in Unprecedented Cryptocurrency Scam The Twitter accounts of Gates, Musk, Biden, Apple and Uber have each been hijacked at the same time to push a cryptocurrency scam in an unprecedented breach of Twitter accounts.
15 July 2020

Cryptocurrency Scam Spreads Across High-Profile Twitter Accounts

Twitter accounts belonging to former president Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates are among those hijacked in a massive cryptocurrency scam.
15 July 2020

Chinese state hackers target Hong Kong Catholic Church

EXCLUSIVE: Spear-phishing operation targets members of the Hong Kong Catholic Church.
15 July 2020

New Attack Technique Uses Misconfigured Docker API

A new technique builds and deploys an attack on the victim's own system
15 July 2020

Puzzles and Riddles Help InfoSec Pros Solve Real-World Problems

A researcher shares the unexpected lessons learned in years of creating puzzles and riddles for his cybersecurity colleagues.
15 July 2020

'Patch ASAP': Cisco Issues Updates for Routers, VPN Firewall

Cisco issues five critical security patches among a batch of some 31 updates.
15 July 2020

Vulns in Open Source EHR Puts Patient Health Data at Risk

Five high-risk flaws in health IT software from LibreHealth, a researcher at Bishop Fox finds.
15 July 2020

How Nanotechnology Will Disrupt Cybersecurity

Tangible solutions related to cryptography, intelligent threat detection and consumer security are closer than you think.
15 July 2020

Brazil’s Banking Trojans Go Global

Brazil’s Banking Trojans Go Global Four sophisticated malware families are ramping up their techniques and actively spreading to new countries, including the U.S.
15 July 2020

Microsoft patches critical, wormable flaw in Windows DNS Server

The company urges organizations to waste no time in installing updates to fix the vulnerability that rates a ‘perfect’ 10 on the severity scale

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15 July 2020

Firefox on Android: Camera remains active when phone is locked or the user switches apps

Mozilla says it will fix the bug later this year, in October.
15 July 2020

Top 5 Questions (and Answers) About GRC Technology

For the first time in a long time, we must shift from managing localized risks against a landscape of economic growth to managing those issues under much less certain circumstances.
15 July 2020

Report: CIA received more offensive hacking powers in 2018

In 2018, US President Trump gave the CIA more powers to carry out covert cyber operations resulting in several hacks and data dumps from Iranian and Russian spy agencies.
15 July 2020

Report: CIA most likely behind APT34 and FSB hacks and data dumps

In 2018, US President Trump gave the CIA more powers to carry out covert cyber operations resulting in several hacks and data dumps from Iranian and Russian spy agencies.
15 July 2020