Roaming Mantis Expands Android Backdoor to EuropeThe 'smishing' group lives up to its name, expanding globally and adding image exfiltration to the Wroba RAT it uses to infect mobile victims.
Google Cloud launches agentless cryptojacking malware scannerThe new security feature is designed to hunt down instances of cryptojacking.
How the growing Russian ransomware threat is costing companies dear
With KP Snacks the latest cyber-attack victim, firms must learn to defend themselves against a mounting menace
The January snow lay thick on the Moscow ground, as masked officers of the FSB – Russia’s fearsome security agency – prepared to smash down the doors at one of 25 addresses they would raid that day.
Their target was REvil, a shadowy conclave of hackers that claimed to have stolen more than $100m (£74m) a year through “ransomware” attacks, before suddenly disappearing.Continue reading...
‘Long Live Log4Shell’: CVE-2021-44228 Not Dead YetThe ubiquitous Log4j bug will be with us for years. John Hammond, senior security researcher at Huntress, discusses what's next.
Argo CD Security Bug Opens Kubernetes Cloud Apps to AttackersThe popular continuous-delivery platform has a path-traversal bug (CVE-2022-24348) that could allow cyberattackers to hop from one application ecosystem to another.
Week in security with Tony Anscombe
What to know before scanning a QR code – Has your phone been hacked? – Watch your back and keep shoulder surfers at bay
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Attackers Target Intuit Users by Threatening to Cancel Tax AccountsThe usual tax-season barrage of cybercriminal activity is already underway with a phishing campaign impersonating the popular accounting and tax-filing software.
Russian APT Primitive Bear attacks Western gov't department in Ukraine through job huntThe hacking group's latest activities come at a time when tension is boiling between Russia and Ukraine.
Operation EmailThief: Zero-day XSS vulnerability in Zimbra email platform revealedA zero-day bug in the Zimbra email platform is reportedly under attack.
Think before you scan: How fraudsters can exploit QR codes to steal money
QR codes are all the rage and scammers have taken notice. Look out for dangers lurking behind those little black-and-white squares.
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