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We have discovered an unusual infection related to Xcode developer projects. Upon further investigation, we discovered that a developer’s Xcode project at large contained the source malware, which leads to a rabbit hole of malicious payloads. Most notable in our investigation is the discovery of two zero-day exploits: one is used to bypass the System Integrity Protection(SIP) read feature on macOS, another is used to abuse the development version of Safari.
By Steven Du, Gabrielle Mabutas, and Luis Magisa Right as July of this year began, we noticed an emerging malware dubbed by most as ThiefQuest (also known as EvilQuest), a threat that targets macOS devices, encrypts files, and installs keyloggers in affected systems. It has been found in pirated versions of macOS shared on popular…
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Apple’s current round of updates have been officially anounced in the company’s latest Security Advisory emails.
A critical vulnerability in WhatsApp Lets hackers read the local file systems and allows to perform cross-site scripting in Mac and Windows platform when the users paired using WhatsApp for…