malware

Apple’s new Big Sur update may leave devices vulnerable to malware
News

Apple’s new Big Sur update may leave devices vulnerable to malware

Via Threatpost Security researchers have found that Apple’s latest MacOS update allows apps to bypass content filters and VPNs, potentially…
“Joker” Malware Continues to Plague Android Devices
News

“Joker” Malware Continues to Plague Android Devices

Via Ars Technica A malware strain dubbed “Joker”, which can sign users up for unwanted services and steal their sensitive…
Apple accidentally allows malware on MacOS devices
News

Apple accidentally allows malware on MacOS devices

via TechCrunch A known malicious software was accidentally approved for MacOS, allowing users to run the malicious app without triggering…
FakeSpy, Android malware, impersonates delivery companies to steal data
News

FakeSpy, Android malware, impersonates delivery companies to steal data

Via CyberReason An Android malware first detected a few years ago has since proliferated and has spread across multiple continents.…
Hackers use Dropbox, Google Drive and similar links to bypass filters
News

Hackers use Dropbox, Google Drive and similar links to bypass filters

Via Tech Republic Researchers have discovered that hackers are evading malware and spam filters by using cloud-based links from Dropbox,…
Email scams use coronavirus fears to get victims
News

Email scams use coronavirus fears to get victims

Via the BBC and Buzzfeed News Several email phishing and malware campaigns have been discovered, exploiting coronavirus fears in several…
Government provides free phones full of surveillance malware [Forbes]
News

Government provides free phones full of surveillance malware [Forbes]

Lifeline Assistance, a government-funded program designed to provide low-income households with free smartphones has come under fire due to malware…
Back to top button