Use TeamViewer? Fix this dangerous permissions bug with an update

A potentially dangerous permissions bug in TeamViewer grants unauthorised access to either the client or the server—and patches may take up to a week to fully roll out. Categories: Cybercrime Exploits Tags: bugclientexploitserverteamviewer (Read more...) The post Use TeamViewer? Fix this dangerous permissions bug with an update appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs.
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Adobe Fixes Critical Flash Player Vulnerability Exploited in the Wild

Adobe Systems released an emergency patch for a critical vulnerability in Flash Player that was being exploited in the wild through Microsoft Word documents to infect computers with a known surveillance tool. The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2017-11292, can lead to remote code execution and was fixed in Flash Player 27.0.0.170 for all supported platforms. The..
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Fast-Food Chain Sonic Investigates Potentially Large Credit Card Breach

Sonic Drive-In, a fast-food chain with more than 3,500 restaurants across 45 U.S. states, is reportedly investigating a potential security breach on its payment systems that might have exposed millions of credit card. The company was informed about unusual activity on credit cards used at its locations by its payment processor. The scope of the..
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Fake IRS notice delivers customized spying tool

Threat actors leverage a Microsoft Office exploit to spy on their victims. In this blog post, we will review its delivery mechanism and analyze the malware we observed, a modified version of a commercial Remote Administration Tool (RAT). Categories: Malware Threat analysis Tags: CP2000CVE-2017-0199docexploitIRSmalspammalwareOfficephishingratremote administration toolRMSspyword (Read more...) The post Fake IRS notice delivers customized spying tool appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs.
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