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CallerSpy spyware: Possibly the first phase of a targeted attack

A new cyberespionage tool called CallerSpy was revealed by Trend Micro, but exactly what the developer’s intentions are for the malware is still unknown. CallerSpy was first spotted in May on the typosquatted website https://gooogle[.]press/ where it was advertised as a chat app called Chatrious. Using the misspelled Google name in the URL appears to…
Data Breach, Security News

The word is out: Zynga was breached

A well-known hacker is taking credit for a data breach at the mobile game maker Zynga, claiming he gained access to 218 million user records. On Sept. 12, Zynga reported that a cybersecurity incident had taken place and account login information for certain players of Draw Something and Words With Friends may have been accessed.…
Executive Insight, Security News

Winning the cybercrime arms race with AI

The arms race between cybercriminals and cybersecurity professionals continues to escalate. And anyone watching the trajectory of this perpetual game of one-upmanship can see that this is a race towards implementing AI in the service of each side’s goals. For instance, a report by Nokia revealed that AI-powered botnets look for vulnerabilities in Android devices,…
Cryptocurrency, Security News

Monero miner found in third-party Kodi add-ons for Linux and Windows

The now-shuttered XvBMC and Bubbles third-party add-on repositories, along with the still operating Gaia, have been hosting more than just software products, as researchers have discovered these sites have been abused to propagate a cryptomining campaign centered on the popular open-source media player Kodi. ESET researchers have reported that the three add-on repositories, two of…
Trend Micro Smart TV
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FLocker ransomware now targeting Smart TVs

Having a favorite character killed off on "The Walking Dead" may no longer be the worst thing that can happen while watching TV as Trend Micro researchers have found the first major example of ransomware that can attack a Smart TV with hackers using an updated version of FLocker that targets devices running the Android operating system.
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