Add this latest public warning system sabotage to a growing list of fear-and-panic-spreading hacking incidents.
Nudies, taxes, and memos – oh, my! Research shows that even if we think we’ve deleted content on the sticks, we’re leaving all that and more.
Original release date: March 14, 2019 – The Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) has released a security primer on TrickBot malware. TrickBot is a modular banking Trojan that targets users’ financial information and acts as a dropper for other malware. An attacker can leverage TrickBot’s modules to steal banking information, conduct system and network reconnaissance, harvest credentials, and achieve network propagation.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) encourages users and administrators to review MS-ISAC’s White Paper: Security Primer – TrickBot for more information and best practice recommendations.
New research reveals that the bloatware pre-installed on many new Android phones could do far more than simply chew up your storage.
Office Depot and Support.com, Inc, a tech support software provided from California, agreed to pay $25 million and $10 million respectively for allegedly tricking their customers into paying for millions of US dollars worth of computer repair services using fake malware scans.
The Yuzo Related Posts plugin, which is installed on over 60,000 websites, was removed from the WordPress.org plugin directory on March 30, 2019 after an unpatched vulnerability was publicly, and irresponsibly, disclosed by a security researcher that same day. The vulnerability, which allows stored cross-site scripting (XSS), is now being exploited in the wild.