Anubis Banking Trojan Using Google Play and Telegram App

The powerful Anubis banking Trojan is showing up in the Google Play Store in other apps. Currently, Anubis is masquerading as a battery saver and currency converter.  This Android banking Trojan launches a fake app overlay screen when the user opens the app. The user enters his or her account credentials into the fake overlay, which allows the Anubis malware to steal the data. Anubis can imitate 377 financial apps used ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Hacked tornado warning systems leave Texans in the dark

Add this latest public warning system sabotage to a growing list of fear-and-panic-spreading hacking incidents.


You left WHAT on that USB drive?!

Nudies, taxes, and memos – oh, my! Research shows that even if we think we’ve deleted content on the sticks, we’re leaving all ...

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Smartphone Malware Exploits On The Rise

Lately there have been a spate of incidents involving smartphone apps for the iPhone and Android phones that were discovered to be malicious in various ways.  The important commonality in these revelations was that cyber-criminals had actually modified legitimate apps by hijacking several developer’s credentials, including their “Developer Certificate.”  The developer key provides a digital signature that validates the app as being the ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


WordPress Sites Compromised via Zero-Day Vulnerabilities in Total Donations Plugin

It is our recommendation that site owners using Total Donations delete–not just deactivate–the vulnerable plugin as soon as possible to secure their sites. The following article details the issues present in Total Donations, as well as the active attacks against the plugin. We’ll also take a look at ...

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The Old is New Again – Return of the Trojan Horse

Trojan horse, backdoor, and spyware exploits are back with a vengeance, according to a recent report by cybersecurity firm Malwarebytes.  These exploits may seem like old and out-of-date attack vectors, but these tools have been updated and revamped, and are appearing at an alarming rate.  Last year, Trojan horse deployments increased by 132%, backdoors increased by 173%, and spyware exploits increased 142%.

Crypto-ransomware and crypto-jacking exploits have been the hot and sexy ...

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Chinese Attacks Against MSPs and IT Support Companies Puts Clients At Risk

US-Cert recently released the following warning to businesses, governmental units, and other organizations who contract their computer support to computer support companies that are known as Managed Service Providers or MSPs.  An MSP provides support principally by using remote monitoring, remote access, and remote control software products.  They install a monitoring tool called an “agent,” and a command and control device on the ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


TA18-276B: Advanced Persistent Threat Activity Exploiting Managed Service Providers

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APTs Targeting IT Service Provider Customers

10/03/2018 10:56 AM EDT  Original release date: October 03, 2018

The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) has received multiple reports of advanced persistent threat (APT) actors actively exploiting trust relationships in information ...

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The Swiss Army Knife of Hacker-ware

Have you ever wondered just what an attacker can do once they gain access to your computer?  A 21 year old software coder is facing prison time for developing the ultimate Swiss Army knife of an “administrators'” tool-kit.  This tool was sold to over 6,000 people through an extensive affiliate marketing network.  Many of his customers were cyber-criminals who used the ...

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Six Simple Malware Removal Tips Anyone Can Use

You think you just got a malware infection on your computer, but you’re not sure, and you aren’t sure what to do.  Take it to the Geek Squad or another qualified IT shop?  If only there were simple things you could try on your own.  The good news is there are, and we will show you some of them today.

  • So it seems you might have a malware issue.  These are my ...
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