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Breach Cyber Security Emotet Malware TrickBot Trojan

Magecart target NutriBullet, Coronavirus app asks users for ransom, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 18th March: From registering several new domains to building a malicious tracker app, deceptive Coronavirus scammers are at large, making the most of the current situation. New TrickBot tool employed to disrupt PCs and telecommunications. Continue readingMagecart target NutriBullet, Coronavirus app asks users for ransom, and more

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Breach CVE Malware MiTM Phishing Ransomware Stalkerware Vulnerability

COVID-19 malware and phishing scams, fake Google domains, and more

Major cyber security incidents on 17th March 2020: Scammers use COVID-19 as a guise to spread malware and phishing mails. APT36 calls coronavirus a ‘golden opportunity’ to distribute Crimson RAT. MacOS bundleware installer capable of much more than a normal installation software.Continue readingCOVID-19 malware and phishing scams, fake Google domains, and more

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Cyber Security Malware Phishing Ransomware

CloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 27th February 2020

Round Up of Major Breaches and Scams Phishing campaign uses fake NortonLifelock documents to distribute RAT Researchers have discovered a phishing campaign, which uses fake NortonLifelock documents, to bait users into installing a RAT (remote access tool). The password-enabled document contains a malicious macro, which is executed, once the document is enabled by the victim.…Continue readingCloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 27th February 2020

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Cyber Security Emotet Malware

CloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 4th February 2020

Twitter announces that its API had been exploited to match usernames to phone numbers. While the fake accounts responsible for this have been suspended, the impact of this is still not known. Magecart targets Olympic tickets reseller’s payment platform to steal customer payment card numbers. And Apollon Market may be pulling off an exit scam,…Continue readingCloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 4th February 2020