Author Archives: Elizabeth Montalbano
Passwords and other credentials have been listed on Have I Been Pwned as attack rumors circulate.
Latest version of UnC0ver uses unpatched zero-day exploit to take complete control of devices, even those running iOS 13.5.
Threat actors are spreading the tricky trojan through fake messages in another opportunistic COVID-19-related campaign, said IBM X-Force.
The team behind the ransomware, first spotted in late 2014 and typically targeting Russian victims, apologized to victims in a post on GitHub.
Malicious actors could potentially harvest data over the air and use it to shake confidence in the public-health system, EFF says.
Company said there is no evidence that iOS bugs revealed by ZecOps earlier this week were ever used against customers.
Hackers have used credentials allegedly stolen from the WHO, CDC and other notable groups to spread coronavirus misinformation online.
The SBA said sensitive information about applicants may have been revealed to others applying for disaster loan program funds.
Research analyzing three months of coronavirus-themed attacks show cybercriminals adjusting threat levels to evolve with pandemic and typical employment trends.
XLS files sent via emails appear password protected but aren’t, opening automatically to install malware from compromised macros, according to researchers.