e Gobblerr Malvertising Campaign Using A Chrome iOS Bug

An eGobbler malvertising campaign leveraging a Chrome vulnerability that is targeting iOS users has been discovered by security researchers at Confiant.  Hackers exploiting unpatched #Chrome bug to target 500M #iPhone users More: https://t.co/7NF7XSowsx#Security #Google #Bug #Vulnerability #Apple #eGobbler — HackRead.com (@HackRead) April 17, 2019 Mike Bittner, Digital Security and Operations Manager at The Media Trust:   “While some researchers have found …

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Creator of Hub for Stolen Credit Cards Sentenced to 90 Months

Coming eight years after he launched the site, the steep sentence for the cybercriminal operator is based on a tab of $30 million in damages calculated by Mastercard and other credit card companies.

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Weather Channel Knocked Off-Air in Dangerous Precedent

The incident was the work of malicious cyberattackers.

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The Cybersecurity Automation Paradox

Recent studies show that before automation can reduce the burden on understaffed cybersecurity teams, they need to bring in enough automation skills to run the tools.

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Using Slack as a C2 Channel (Download Code)

“Using [Popular chat program] as C2!” This isn’t exactly original. It’s almost trivial to write a program to do it,

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Facebook Stored Millions of Instagram Users’ Passwords in Plaintext

Facebook late last month revealed that the social media company mistakenly stored passwords for “hundreds of millions” of Facebook users in plaintext, including “tens of thousands” passwords of its Instagram users as well. Now it appears that the incident is far worse than first reported.
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Facebook today quietly updated its March press release, adding that the actual number of

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Google To Police New App Developers More Closely

It has been reported that android developers new to Google’s phone platform could have publication of their apps delayed for days as more rigorous checks are done on coders.Google said it was stepping up checks on app-makers it had not seen before to thwart “bad faith” developers. These malicious developers often create new accounts to avoid Google’s checks, it said. Others …

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