A team of researchers pursued a stealthy malware called FinFisher spyware, dubbed as FinSpy for short. Almost eight months of investigation in uncovering this 2011 malware that now packs different improvements and upgrades. What are the discoveries in this FinFisher malware? Based on the research, a highly sophisticated malware infection method is equipped in the latest version of Finspy malware. The attackers...Continue Reading
For October, Google releases the Android security updates. They address a total of 41 vulnerabilities that ranges between high and critical severity. Every fifth day of each successive month, Google releases a complete breakdown of the Android OS security patch. This also contains both framework and vendor fixes. Therefore, this update also includes the remedies for the ten...Continue Reading
Security experts have found a new Python ransomware campaign wherein corporate systems are encrypted within three hours. According to researchers, this attack is performed by threat actors who specifically target the ESXi platform so that they can encrypt the victim’s virtual machines. This new ransomware written in Python has been deployed in only ten minutes by the threat actors who have managed...Continue Reading
A technique was discovered last Thursday by academic institutions from the UK which tackles a bypass bug issue relating to mobile security of Visa and Apple payment processes that can result in fake contactless payments. The said mobile security issue is reported to be capable of bypassing the lock screen of Apple’s iPhone to intrude the device’s payment services and commit fraudulent transactions. ...Continue Reading
A new malware trick is reported to infect Android users by posing as a security update that users would need to download to protect their devices. However, this fake security update is the malware itself, which seems to be an effective way to scam people into downloading it unknowingly. FluBot malware can steal passwords, financial details, and more...Continue Reading
IT security professionals were surveyed by a certain institution to accurately understand the ins and outs of how COVID – 19 affects healthcare delivery organizations. This survey also helps them figure out how ransomware cyberattacks on patients’ information are being kept at bay by the HDOs. As for the research mentioned above, ransomware has already impacted healthcare organizations, causing grave...Continue Reading
Investigations have been conducted regarding the Pegasus spyware’s suspicious activities in monitoring civil rights agencies, government figures, and journalists all over the world to operate a new wave of cyberattacks. Pegasus is a spyware system built by NSO Group that allows reading text messages, tracking calls, and more ways of harvesting information from devices. Initially, spyware is offered as a tool to combat crime;...Continue Reading
Debt-IN, an appointed professional debt recovery associate of African Bank, was confirmed to be attacked by cybercriminals last April this year. It was initially reported that there was no found proof of any ransomware attack. However, a successful attack was recently verified, which means that some customers’ personal information has been compromised, including some African...Continue Reading
According to security reports, the substantial continuous progress of open-source supply and demand dynamics has been recently revealed. The report shows a 650% yearly increase in supply chain attacks regarding supply chain attacks and an enthralling division between the level of known cyber vulnerabilities present in popular and non-popular versions of a project. A survey...Continue Reading
As the series of data breach incidents persist in the cybersecurity industry, database security has been recognized more. Even as of now, sensitive user data are still available all over the web. It seems like that the Firebase administrators are failing to abide by the protocols despite warnings and notifications to secure vital databases with passwords. Firebase...Continue Reading
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