Archives for March, 2020
About 10 compromised websites employ a multi-stage, targeted effort to fingerprint and compromise victims.
The New York Attorney General has inquired about Zoom's data security strategy, as the conferencing platform comes under heavy scrutiny for its privacy policies.
An old RAT learns an old trick.
The second breach in less than 24 months stemmed from employee account compromises.
An informal Threatpost reader poll shows the majority of site visitors are privacy absolutists. But attitudes shift when the trade off is saving lives.
Phishing and zero-days continue to be a core part of the APT arsenal.
Zoom removed its Facebook SDK for iOS feature after a report found the app sending Facebook "unnecessary" user data.
The malware is back after three years, looking to cash in on interest in government relief efforts around coronavirus.
The vulnerability can be exploited to reveal limited traffic data including a device’s IP address.