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Attacker breaches Comodo forums by exploiting vBulletin flaw

More than 170,000 users of online forums operated by cybersecurity company Comodo Group reportedly had their data stolen by a malicious actor who exploited a recently disclosed vulnerability in vBulletin’s internet forum software. The Clifton, N.J.-based Comodo learned of the attack on September 29, and responded by taking its forums offline and applying patches, the…
Nearly 70 percent of IT pros target of weekly phishing attacks, HP finds
Phishing

SWIFT Grift: Fake financial messaging service emails deliver Adwind RAT

An email phishing campaign launched this month attempted to infect spam recipients with the Adwind cross-platform RAT by fooling them into thinking they received an important financial document from the SWIFT financial messaging system. According to a Feb. 21 blog post from Comodo Group’s Threat Research Lab, the spam messages falsely alerted recipients to a…
Cybercrime

Fake Symantec site spreads OSX.Proton password stealer

A security researcher using the Twitter handle @noarfromspace last week spotted a fake Symantec blog spreading a new variant of the OSX.Proton password stealer. The malware family has been circulating for a while since its initial appearance in March 2017 and has since been distributed via a compromised Handbrake application and a similar compromise of…
Locky Ransomware
Ransomware

Locky makes a strong comeback, propelled by botnet-fuel spam campaign

Reports have been pouring in this month about the sudden return of Locky ransomware, which had been largely dormant in 2017. In short order, researchers have discovered two new major versions of Locky being distributed via voluminous malspam campaigns. The first variant to emerge is a version called Diablo6, named after the .diablo6 file extension…
Ransomware

Yule be sorry: Belated Merry Christmas ransomware festively encrypts files, drops DiamondFox malware

The developer behind a newly discovered ransomware named “Merry Christmas” is either slightly behind the times or simply doesn’t want the holidays to end. Not only was the malicious file encryptor found operating in the wild a whole nine days after Christmas on Jan. 3, 2017, but researchers later found a new variant on Jan. 8 that drops…
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