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Researchers find Telegram bot chatter is actually Windows malware commands

Decrypted Telegram bot chatter was found to actually be a new Windows malware, dubbed GoodSender, which uses the messenger platform to listen and wait for commands. Forcepoint researchers discovered what it described as a “fairly simple” year old malware that creates a new administrator account that enables remote desktop once it infects a victim’s device.…
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Iranians take to the streets to protest Telegram ban

Iran on Monday followed Russia’s example by banning the popular messaging app Telegram citing the app’s impact on national security and to help quell the protests that have recently swept through that nation. The Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), Iran’s official news agency reported on April 30 that the Tehran Public and Revolutionary Court issued…
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Telegram blames China for DDoS disruptions during Hong Kong unrest

Telegram pointed the finger at Chinese state-sanctioned actors yesterday after a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack overwhelmed its servers as protests were taking place in Hong Kong. “We’re currently experiencing a powerful DDoS attack, Telegram users in the Americas and some users from other countries may experience connection issues,” the encrypted messaging service said…

Cybercriminal entrepreneurs using a sliding pay scale to sell HeroRat malware

Cybercriminals are marketing and selling the Android RAT HeroRat on Telegram using a good, better and best sales model, despite the fact the source code is available for free. Researchers at ESET came across the RAT malware behind HeroRat while studying the previously known malware types IRRAT and TeleRAT. The new malware is believed to…
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