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Lazarus hackers abuse Dell driver bug using new FudModule rootkit

The notorious North Korean hacking group 'Lazarus' was seen installing a Windows rootkit that abuses a Dell hardware driver in a Bring Your Own Vulnerable Driver attack.
Bleeping Computer 3 Oct 2022 43 Views

Upgraded Prilex Point-of-Sale malware bypasses credit card security

Security analysts have observed three new versions of Prilex PoS-targeting malware this year, indicating that its authors and operators are back in action.
Bleeping Computer 3 Oct 2022 42 Views

New Chaos malware spreads over multiple architectures

A new malware named Chaos raises concerns as it spreads on multiple architectures and operating systems. The post New Chaos malware spreads over multiple architectures appeared first on TechRepublic.
TechRepublic 30 Sep 2022 165 Views

New Microsoft Exchange zero-day actively exploited in attacks

Threat actors are exploiting yet-to-be-disclosed Microsoft Exchange zero-day bugs allowing for remote code execution, according to claims made by security researchers at Vietnamese cybersecurity outfit GTSC, who first spotted and reported the attacks. [...]
Bleepingcomputer 30 Sep 2022 120 Views

Ransomware Attacks Continue Increasing: 20% of All Reported Attacks Occurred in the Last 12 Months - New Survey

Survey of over 2,000 IT pros revealed that a quarter either don't know or don't think Microsoft 365 data can be affected by ransomware.
Dark Reading 30 Sep 2022 120 Views

New Chaos malware infects Windows, Linux devices for DDoS attacks

A quickly expanding botnet called Chaos is targeting and infecting Windows and Linux devices to use them for cryptomining and launching DDoS attacks.
BleepingComputer 29 Sep 2022 154 Views

New NullMixer dropper infects your PC with a dozen malware families

A new malware dropper named 'NullMixer' is infecting Windows devices with a dozen different malware families simultaneously through fake software cracks promoted on malicious sites in Google Search results.
BleepingComputer 29 Sep 2022 145 Views

Microsoft to retire Exchange Online client access rules in a year

Microsoft announced today that it will retire Client Access Rules (CARs) in Exchange Online within a year, by September 2023.
BleepingComputer 28 Sep 2022 243 Views

North Korea's Lazarus Hackers Targeting macOS Users Interested in Crypto Jobs

The infamous Lazarus Group has continued its pattern of leveraging unsolicited job opportunities to deploy malware targeting Apple's macOS operating system.
The Hacker News 28 Sep 2022 166 Views

Hackers use PowerPoint files for 'mouseover' malware delivery

Hackers believed to work for Russia have started using a new code execution technique that relies on mouse movement in Microsoft PowerPoint presentations to trigger a malicious PowerShell script.
BleepingComputer 27 Sep 2022 190 Views