What was in store in the first quarter? Q1 2022 threat roundup

What was in store in the first quarter? Q1 2022 threat roundup

The threat landscape is as active as ever. This past quarter, Communication Service Providers that use Allot Secure saw several interesting new threats., including several threats that we thought had disappeared. Here ...

Spyware: What It Is, How It Works, and How to Prevent It

You might feel safe while using your phone or laptop packed with all the latest security features. However, it might not be entirely true sometimes. There may be something in your machine ...
Apple Notarized Malware by Mistake, Hackers Ran it Through Third-Party Website

Apple Notarized Malware by Mistake, Hackers Ran it Through Third-Party Website

Notarized apps should be safe on macOS Threat actors try to deploy “approved” malware through website Apple revoked certificates, but malware is still up Apple’s notarization system let a piece of malware ...
Apple’s Big Brother Attitude Fails to Keep Users Safe

Apple’s Big Brother Attitude Fails to Keep Users Safe

Apple’s insistence on “notarizing” apps fails to “give users more confidence,” as Cook’s crew promised ...
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Aggressive Adware Promised Free Stuff to Android Users Just to Stay Installed

Aggressive Adware Promised Free Stuff to Android Users Just to Stay Installed

Aggressive adware apps invade tens of thousands of devices Operators designed the apps to run unhindered in the background Google removed all of the fake apps from the Play Store Security researchers ...
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APTs, RATs and Code-Signing Attacks

Code-signing certificates have become a high-value target for cybercriminals. Here’s how to keep your certificates safe There’s a lot of buzz right now about a report, recently released by BlackBerry that reveals ...
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Malwarebytes Report: Apple OS X Threats Quadrupled in 2019

Malwarebytes Report: Apple OS X Threats Quadrupled in 2019

Apples’ macOS operating system is no longer the safe haven from cybercrime it was once thought to be. That’s according to security vendor Malwarebytes and its “2020 State of Malware Report,” which ...
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New Research on the Adtech Industry

The Norwegian Consumer Council has published an extensive report about how the adtech industry violates consumer privacy. At the same time, it is filing three legal complaints against six companies in this ...
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FCC Subsidized Sprint Phones Have Malware Preinstalled

The FCC is paying Sprint, in the guise of “Assurance Wireless,” to hand out Unimax Android phones infested with malware ...
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Report: Malware for Macs on the Rise

It’s looks like Apple Macintosh systems may not be as impervious to cybersecurity threats as many end users have been led to believe. A report published this week by Malwarebytes Labs, the ...
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