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New RedEye Ransomware Attack Destroy Computers [source: gbhackers]

Newly Discovered RedEye Ransomware spreading via Twitter and target the victims to encrypt the data and lock the file to demand the ransom amount in Bitcoin. Also, RedEye Ransomware is capable of destroying the victim’s computer after the warning time to pay the ransom amount. This New Ransomware variant created by...

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BackSwap Trojan steals funds from your bank account [source: securityaffairs]

Security experts at ESET have spotted a new strain of banking trojan named BackSwap Trojan that implements new techniques to steal money from bank customers. The new techniques allow the malware to bypass anti-malware solutions and security features implemented by browsers to prevent Man-In-The-Browser attacks. Banking malware use to inject malicious...

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New VPNFilter malware targets at least 500K networking devices[talosintelligence]

INTRO For several months, Talos has been working with public- and private-sector threat intelligence partners and law enforcement in researching an advanced, likely state-sponsored or state-affiliated actor’s widespread use of a sophisticated modular malware system we call “VPNFilter.” We have not completed our research, but recent events have convinced us...

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The ZipperDown Vulnerability could affect roughly 10% of iOS Apps [source: securityaffairs]

Experts from Chinese jailbreakers Pangu Lab, have recently discovered the ZipperDown flaw that could affect roughly 10% of iOS Apps. ZipperDown, is a recently discovered vulnerability that could affect thousands of iOS apps and maybe also Android users. The ZipperDown flaw was first reported by experts from Chinese jailbreakers Pangu Lab,  that described it as described as a...

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signal-desktop HTML tag injection [source: barreraoro]

Here’s the story of how a casual conversation uncovered a huge security hole in one of the most reliable messaging services. Story time It was Thursday afternoon: we were chatting as usual and suddenly Alfredo shows us an XSS in an Argentinian government site (don’t worry, it’s been reported). He...

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