Google has outlined several measures taking senders of bulk emails to help cut down on spam. The company will be implementing the changes by February 2024 and users should see a difference.
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McAfee has launched a bunch of new features for its McAfee+ and McAfee+ Family plans. Pricing begins at $49.99 for the first year that you decide to subscribe. Read on to see the new features.
Bing AI Chat may be serving bad and malicious websites via ads to the users. A new report tested Bing Ads and found it relatively easy for someone to inject malicious ads into Bing AI Chat.
Microsoft has revealed that a threat actor labeled Storm-0324 is distributing malware by using "phishing lures through Microsoft Teams chats" that could be used to launch ransomware attacks.
A cybersecurity team found a new Mac malware on the Dark Web forum using ChatGPT prompts. It prices up to $60,000 and can gain full access to a target's machine. Apple didn't immediately respond.
The FBI has been accused of using NSO Group's spyware to track suspects in Mexico, despite Biden's ban on the use of commercial spyware. It claims it was misled by a private contractor.
Sophisticated Rust-based malware infecting Redis data stores to self-replicate and inject payloads into servers. Researchers at Cado Security decompiled the activities to get identifiable indicators.
Hackers have used a family of sophisticated malware to distribute malware ads through compromised verified Facebook pages. More than two months later, these malware ads are popping up again.
According to an alarming research, over 100,000 ChatGPT accounts have been compromised and are being traded on illicit dark web marketplaces. Affected regions include the U.S., India, and more.
Kremlin's concerns about US technology continue. Russia alleges the NSA used Apple iPhone vulnerabilities to spy on officials and civilians. And officials in Russia urged to stop using iPhones.
Security experts have raised warnings about Google's new .zip and .mov top-level domains because they look like file extensions and could be used maliciously. They are already being used in the wild.
The US Department of the Treasury has sanctioned a prolific ransomware actor, Mikhail Matveev. The Department of State will also offer a $10 million reward for info that leads to his arrest.
Meta is posting more info on new malware threats. It aims to inform users about recent malware behaviors, methods of penetration, and their effort towards disrupting the spread of malware.
The CERT Ukraine has warned about a new malicious campaign that is targeting Ukrainian officials. The campaign is essentially distributing fake Windows updates via Outlook domain mails.
When you are in public and your phone's battery gets low do you ever plug it into public charging stations? You could be at risk of juice jacking. Join us today to find out how to protect yourself.
A social experiment was conducted by a security research firm pitting humans against ChatGPT. This test simulated writing of phishing scam mail and human beings have emerged victorious, for now.
CloudSEK has discovered that threat actors are recently posting YouTube videos that "offer" cracked software downloads. They are even using AI-generated avatars to make the clips look legitimate.
A new research paper discovered 721.5 million credentials exposed online. According to the study, 50% of the data came from botnets that deployed information-stealing malware to victims' devices.
A new report from the security firm Mandiant claims that a group based in North Korea is posting fake job listings on LinkedIn that eventually results in malware being downloaded to a user's PC.
A ransomware variant commonly known to target Windows PCs has recently been found infecting Linux computers as well. The variant does this by exploiting a flaw in IBM's Aspera Faspex software.
Starting with Chrome version 111, the Chrome Cleanup Tool will be turned off for Windows users due to a decline in user complaints about unwanted software and improved defenses against malware.
A piece of cryptojacking malware was recently found hiding in pirated versions of Apple programs, such as Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro X. The malware can easily avoid detection through a script.
Fruits and vegetables company Dole recently suffered a ransomware attack that forced it to shut down its production plants. The company is working with experts to remediate the issue.
Threat actors were recently seen advertising fake ChatGPT apps for Windows and Android. When downloaded, the apps will steal sensitive information or subscribe the victim to premium services.
A botnet called "Mylobot" is infecting over 50,000 devices daily, according to a recent report. Mylobot can download more malware, send spam emails, and even remain idle to avoid detection.
An information-stealing malware called "Stealc" was recently seen being advertised to other cybercriminals on the dark web. It can also be contracted through fake software crack websites.
The threat actors behind a ransomware strain called "HardBit" were recently seen asking victims to provide them with their insurance details. This is so they can tailor their demand within the policy.
Pepsi Bottling Ventures has suffered a data breach as a result of an unknown party installing information-stealing malware on its internal systems. The breach occurred as early as December 23, 2022.
Security practitioners have been giving all sorts of advice for decades about how to avoid getting your resources infected from downloads. But how clear and how relevant is that messaging today?
A ransomware strain that exploits a legitimate Windows search tool has recently been discovered by security researchers. The new variant can disable Windows Defender and even prevent shutdowns.
Because Microsoft has now blocked macros by default on Office files, cybercriminals are now using digital note-taking app OneNote to victimize people and infect their devices with malware.
A new Pokémon-themed malware campaign has been discovered online. While it disguises itself as a trading card game where players can earn NFTs, it actually downloads a remote access tool.
Python developers who spent some time coding over the holiday break may want to check out an advisory regarding a malicious PyTorch package that was being fetched from PyPI last week.
AV-TEST has shared interesting data regarding malware growth in 2022. The data consists of numbers for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android. Overall, Windows sees the biggest malware count by far.
A malware campaign is using fraudulent loan apps to trick unsuspecting users into giving out their private information. The apps have amassed over 100,000 downloads from unofficial app stores.
An Android threat campaign using fraudulent educational apps was recently found. It can capture various Facebook information such as profile name, email address, password, and phone number.
Be careful before you install that TikTok "unfiltering" software — it might be loaded with malware that can steal your passwords, Discord accounts, cryptocurrency wallets, and credit card data.
A report by Elastic Security Labs found that 6.2% of malware ends up on macOS devices. However, almost 50% of this malware come from one source, a utility software suite called MacKeeper.
A newly discovered ransomware strain is framing cybersecurity experts by claiming that they are the ones behind the attacks. However, the people blamed are not associated in any way with the malware.
A typosquatting campaign that steals sensitive data and infects Android and Windows devices with malware has recently been discovered. Many of the fake domains look very similar to the real ones.