Researchers found a number of privacy and security issues in Amazon’s Alexa skill vetting process, which could lead to attackers stealing data or launching phishing attacks.
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COVID-19 impacted volumes for the year, but the U.S. moved into third place on the list of countries most infected by stalkerware.
A spear-phishing campaigned linked to a North Korean APT uses “NukeSped” malware in cyberespionage attacks against defense companies.
While access to compromised systems has become an increasingly common service, some cybercriminals are going straight to the source: buying code bases and then updating the application with malicious code.
Sneaker bots ready to scoop up the new Yeezy Boost 700 “Sun” shoes to resell at a huge markup.
From TrickBot to Ryuk, more malware cybercriminal groups are putting their heads together when attacking businesses.
Researchers said they saw a seven-times increase in ransomware activity in the fourth quarter of 2020, across various families – from Ryuk to Egregor.