Researchers have learned that the recently patched Office zero day was used to target victims in Russia with FINSPY spyware.
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A Microsoft Word zero-day vulnerability is being used to spread the Dridex banking Trojan in attacks that have bypassed mitigation efforts.
A previously undisclosed baseband vulnerability impacting Huawei smartphones, laptop WWAN modules and IoT components was revealed Thursday at the Infiltrate Conference
At the Kaspersky Lab Security Analyst Summit, one researcher shared how he was able to find corporate emails, confidential business plans and classified FBI flash alerts.
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.
President Trump signed a resolution to complete the overturning of internet privacy protections that would have prevented ISPs from tracking you online without first asking users to opt-in.
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.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation retracted a blog post today highly critical of Verizon and the upcoming rollout of an app called AppFlash made by Evie Labs.
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.