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An encrypted ZIP file can have two correct passwords — here's why

Password-protected ZIP archives are common means of compressing and sharing sets of files—from sensitive documents to malware samples to even malware (phishing "invoices" in emails). But, did you know it is possible for an encrypted ZIP file to have two...
Bleepingcomputer 22 Aug 2022 333 Views

Hackers steal crypto from Bitcoin ATMs by exploiting zero-day bug

Hackers have exploited a zero-day vulnerability in General Bytes Bitcoin ATM servers to steal cryptocurrency from customers. [...]
Bleepingcomputer 21 Aug 2022 302 Views

Hackers target hotel and travel companies with fake reservations

A hacker tracked as TA558 has upped their activity this year, running phishing campaigns that target multiple hotels and firms in the hospitality and travel space. [...]
Bleepingcomputer 21 Aug 2022 303 Views

They both used Apple AirTags to track their possessions. Only one turned out well

Many are resorting to AirTags as a way to know where their lost or stolen items are. This doesn't always solve the problem.
ZDnet 21 Aug 2022 535 Views

Android malware apps with 2 million installs found on Google Play

A new batch of thirty-five malware Android apps that display unwanted advertisements was found on the Google Play Store, with the apps installed over 2 million times on victims' mobile devices.
Bleepingcomputer 19 Aug 2022 341 Views

Cybercriminals Developing BugDrop Malware to Bypass Android Security Features

In a sign that malicious actors continue to find ways to work around Google Play Store security protections, researchers have spotted a previously undocumented Android dropper trojan that's currently in development.
The Hacker News 18 Aug 2022 355 Views

North Korea Hackers Spotted Targeting Job Seekers with macOS Malware

The North Korea-backed Lazarus Group has been observed targeting job seekers with malware capable of executing on Apple Macs with Intel and M1 chipsets.
The Hacker News 18 Aug 2022 344 Views

Exploit out for critical Realtek flaw affecting many networking devices

Exploit code has been released for a critical vulnerability affecting networking devices with Realtek’s RTL819x system on a chip (SoC), which are estimated to be in the millions.
Bleepingcomputer 17 Aug 2022 359 Views

SOVA malware adds ransomware feature to encrypt Android devices

The SOVA Android banking trojan continues to evolve with new features, code improvements, and the addition of a new ransomware feature that encrypts files on mobile devices. [...]
Bleepingcomputer 13 Aug 2022 361 Views

Hackers are still using these old security flaws in Microsoft Office. Make sure you've patched them

Cyber criminals are exploiting security vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office which have been known about for years to infect PCs with malware in attacks which demonstrate the importance of applying cybersecurity updates. 
Bleeping Computer 12 Aug 2022 430 Views