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Late last week, researchers at network intelligence company DomainTools warned about an Android malware sample that caught our attention. Like many other cyberthreats doing the rounds these days, the criminals have used the coronavirus pandemic as a lure, offering an intriguing if rather creepy app called COVID 19 TRACKER. Catchy icon of the malware app...
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Security researchers are warning of a new sextortion-related campaign designed to trick the recipient into clicking on a nude image booby-trapped with malware. The unsolicited email contains a message from ‘Red Skull’ hacking crew, who claim to have compromised the account of a contact of the recipient and found images of his naked girlfriend. As this...
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by Alice Violet This week we discuss the latest in the Clearview AI debacle, get more tales from the ransomware swamp and discover how often our smart speakers are listening to us. Host Anna Brading is joined by Sophos experts Paul Ducklin and Peter Mackenzie, and me! LISTEN NOW Click-and-drag on the soundwaves below to...
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Global facilities company ISS World, headquartered in Denmark, has shuttered most of its computer systems worldwide after suffering what it describes as a “security incident impacting parts of the IT environment.” The company’s website currently shows a holding page, with no clickable links on it: ISS World replaced its website with a static information page....
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If you’re a regular Naked Security reader, you’ll know that we’ve been fans of HTTPS for years. In fact, it’s nearly nine years since we published an open letter to Facebook urging the social networking giant to adopt HTTPS everywhere. HTTPS is short for HTTP-with-Security, and it means that your browser, which uses HTTP (hypertext...
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Rutter’s has become the latest US convenience store chain to suffer a breach of customer card data via Point of Sale (POS) malware. Notified by a third party about potential unauthorized access to cards used at the firm’s locations, it launched an investigation and on January 14 discovered the malware installed on payment processing systems....
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Sophisticated backdoor malware techniques used by state-backed attackers to cripple Ukrainian power stations in 2015 are now being deployed more widely by the black hat community, Venafi has warned. The malware in question targets SSH keys, which are designed to secure remote commands to and communications between machines. As such, they are central to securing...
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Security experts are warning of new phishing campaigns designed to capitalize on global fears of the fast-spreading coronavirus. Last week saw the first reported UK infections of the virus, known for now as 2019-nCoV, after it spread around the world from an epicenter in Wuhan, China. Concerns persist over whether the true extent of the virus,...
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A major US hospitality chain has revealed that POS malware affecting scores of its restaurant brands may have led to customer card data theft over several months in 2019. Landry’s claimed in an incident notice this week that 63 of its food and beverage and restaurant concepts — including Morton’s, Bubba Gump and Rainforest Café...
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