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Salfram Email Campaign Spreads Malware

A new malicious email campaign has been discovered to deliver multiple types of malware. One of these malware include a financial trojan designed to steal banking information and other credentials based on the latest cybersecurity research. The email campaign, which can be traced to have started in January this year, remains active. The campaign also...
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Ransomware-as-a-service hits two estate-run organizations

Prominent government organizations in the Middle East and North Africa have been victimized by new ransomware that has been infamous this year due to a series of attacks that have been rooted as it caused. Debuted in January, the Thanos ransomware became on the watchlist of many cybersecurity experts when it was put on sale...
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New credit card information stealer uses Telegram Messenger

A more hideous and stealthily scheme has been unraveled by cybersecurity experts involving the Magecart blackhat group activity. Known to be adept with stealing financial information through compromised e-businesses companies, Magecart is now using messaging apps such as Telegram Messenger to deliver stolen credit card information to their devices and then will be sold to...
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Maze Cartel new members: Conti and SunCrypt

The notorious Maze Ransomware group, which consists of Lock bit, Maze, and Ragnar Locker, is growing as two more gangs joined, namely Conti and SunCrypt group. Last June, the Maze malware operators publicly announced their plan to create a Ransomware Cartel, which includes other cybercrime groups to team up and share hacking exploit resources as...
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Chrome CSP bypass zero-day vulnerability – Update your web browsers

It is the best time to update your browsers to the latest available version because Cybersecurity Researchers had just disclosed a zero-day vulnerability that would enable hackers and cyber-attacks to completely bypass Content Security Policy (CSP) rules. Known as CVE-2020-6519 vulnerability, the flaw that affects Google Chrome version 84.0.4147.89 and lower would allow a remote...
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Cybercrime that leverages Covid19 continues..

Crimes in all forms exploit the vulnerability of another individual, be it towards a person, towards an organization, the government, or the specialized service provider. Thousands of members of the medical industry are racing to create the vaccine to ease the suffering it continuously brings around the world. We can then conclude that the attention...
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Chinese Hackers: Cyber attacks against Indian Government and Hong Kong Residents

A newly discovered cyber attack campaign from a group of Threat Actors that originates from China has been traced to targeting Government Agencies from India and Hong Kong Residents. The attack from the Chinese Hackers were first observed in the first week of July same time that a controversial law was passed in Hong Kong...
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India bans more ‘Made in China’ apps

It gains momentum that Huawei products are being banned in the US. For suspecting that these products were used for espionage. The devices are accused of sending sensitive and classified information to the server in China. This includes that Xiaomi products also send information about User behavior for data analysis on its server in China....
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Unpatched critical flaw disclosed in Zoom for Windows 7 or Earlier

A new Zero-day vulnerability of Zoom video conferencing software has been discovered by a private security company that affects Windows 7 and below Operating Systems. This newly discovered vulnerability is said to have the ability to execute arbitrary code on an unsuspecting victim that is still running an unsupported Microsoft Windows 7 OS or older....
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European cyber-criminal activities halted as Encrochat gets busted

In the criminal world, anonymity is their best security. No wonder we like to encrypt sensitive details.  Do you believe that encrypted chat apps are unhackable? Well, think again, because you might need to refrain from relying too much on chat applications for sensitive short messages and discussions. Once an application such as Encrochat leaks,...
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