Justin Schuh, lead engineer of Chrome Security, said ensuring browser security for Chrome users is a balancing act juggling OEM pressures, questionable certificate authorities and quashing third-party software incompatibility issues.
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Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the second day of Kaspersky Lab’s Security Analyst Summit, including how a Brazilian bank was compromised, and more.
Researchers say a variant of the notorious surveillance software called Pegasus has been targeting Android users allowing third parties to take screenshots, capture audio, read email and exfiltrate data from targeted phones.
Researchers at the Security Analyst Summit on Monday divulged details behind the alleged creator of a Romanian phishing kit.
Cisco Talos researchers spot a stealthy new remote administration tool calling ROKRAT that targets Korean-language Microsoft Word alternative Hangul Word Processor.
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the first day of this year’s Security Analyst Summit, including Mark Dowd’s memory corruption bug keynote, the digital archeology around Moonlight Maze, ATM hacking, and the Lazarus APT.
Attackers behind February’s fileless malware attacks dropped malware on some bank ATMs that gave them the ability to dispense money, “at any time, at the touch of a button.”
Researchers may have found a link between Moonlight Maze of the late ’90s and the Turla APT, which would elevate Turla to the ranks of the Equation Group as an elite nation-state attacker.
This year’s Security Analyst Summit is previewed and the news of the week is discussed, including a Microsoft IIS zero day, a new Mirai variant, and the broadband privacy ruling.
Researchers warn of a wave in aviation-themed phishing attacks that aim to steal credentials and install malware.