Chrome Extensions Warning — Millions of Users Infected
Richi Jennings | | Chrome, Chrome extension, chrome extensions, chrome store malware, Chrome Web Store, google, Malware, Privacy, SB Blogwatch
Malware Déjà Vu: Perhaps as many as 87 million victims—maybe more ...
Russia Says NSA Hacked iOS With Apple’s Help — we Triangulate Kaspersky’s Research
Richi Jennings | | Apple, back door, backdoor, FSB, imessage, ios, iPhone, kaspersky, Kaspersky Lab, Kaspersky Security, nsa, Russia, Russian FSB, SB Blogwatch, spyware, triangulation, Zero Click Attack, Zero-Click Exploit
Tit-For-Tat Triangulation Trojan Talk: Backdoor inserted at U.S. behest, alleges FSB ...
Listen to These Recordings: Deepfake Social Engineering Scams Are Scaring Victims
Barry Strauss | | bec, btc, business email compromise, business text compromise, CEO fraud, deepfake, generative AI, human, Mobile, Mobile Phishing, Phishing, smishing, social engineering, social engineering scams
Deepfake social engineering scams have become an increasingly scary trend among cybercriminals to socially engineer victims into submission. The threat actors are using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) voice cloning ...
‘Predator’ — Nasty Android Spyware Revealed
Richi Jennings | | android spyware, Cisco Talos, Cytrox, Intellexa, iOS spyware, nation-state, SB Blogwatch, spyware, Talos
Intellexa mercenary spyware chains five unpatched bugs—plus ‘Alien’ technology ...
Understanding the Progression of a Ransomware Attack
Everyone should be familiar with ransomware and its impact on businesses by now. But while you may understand the very basics of ransomware, you can’t really protect your organization until you are ...
‘BrutePrint’ Unlocks Android Phones — Chinese Researchers
Richi Jennings | | android, Authentication, authentication bypass, biometric, biometric authentication, biometric security, biometrics authentication, Biometrics-Based Authentication, BrutePrint, fingerprint, Fingerprint Scanners, fingerprint scanning, fingerprint sensors, fingerprints, iot, Man In The Middle, man in the middle attack, man in the middle attacks, mitm, MitM Attack, mitm attacks, SB Blogwatch, Trusted Execution Environment
Or, at least, OLDER phones: SPI/TEE MITM FAIL ...
Content Discovery: Understanding Your Web Attack Surface
emmaline | | ASM, Attack Surface Management, brute forcing, Chariot, content discovery, Labs, Offensive Security, Penetration Testing, Red Team, Tools & Techniques
Attack Surface Management (ASM) tools find quite a lot of vulnerabilities on the Web. This really isn’t surprising, given that HTTP/S is by far the most common and broadest of all the ...
Facebook Fined $1.3B — Zuckerberg Furious in GDPR Fight
Richi Jennings | | Data Privacy, EEA, eu, EU GDPR, EU Privacy Shield, EU-US Privacy Shield, Europe, Europe Regulation, European Compliance, European Court of Human Rights, European Digital Rights, European Union, European Union (EU), facebook, Facebook data, facebook fine, GDPR, GDPR compliance, gdpr eu, GDPR fine, GDPR violations, Meta, Privacy, Privacy Shield, safe harbor, Schrems, Schrems II, Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework
GDPR Move for Mark’s Money: No legal way to move Europeans’ data to the US since 2015. Cloud industry better take note ...
Phishing Attacks Shift to IT, Online Services-Related Campaigns
More IT and online services-related email subjects are being used as a phishing lure, as phishing emails continue to be one of the most common methods to perpetuate malicious attacks on organizations ...
Social Media: Be Aware of What You Share
Social-Engineer | | Cybersecurity, facebook, General Social Engineer Blog, how to be safe on social media, Instagram, Privacy, security, social media, TikTok, Twitter
Two scammers are currently being prosecuted for deploying a romance scam against at least two victims, successfully stealing over £200,000. […] ...