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Are your fleet’s vehicles leaking your data secrets?

Enterprise CISOs are used to worrying about corporate data leaks via typical mobile, remote locations, IoT and Shadow IT. But what about the vehicles used by so many people who have access to the systems and data you are paid to protect? Although those vehicles technically fall into many of those categories (mobile, remote and…
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Malware, Ransomware, Security News

Hidden purpose of Mac ‘ransomware’ EvilQuest is data exfiltration, say researchers

Researchers have developed a decryption tool for the recently discovered EvilQuest ransomware program designed to target Mac machines. But several analysts now concur that EvilQuest’s malicious encryption may be more of a decoy, while the program’s true purpose appears to be data exfiltration. In a new blog post this week, Thomas Reed, director of Mac…
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First Look: Secure Data’s SecureDrive BT

Company Name: Secure Data Product Name: SecureDrive BT Basic Price: $250-$3,700 for 250GB to 8TB SSP What it does: A hardware encrypted storage device that unlocks wirelessly with a mobile device via Bluetooth. What we liked: The remote management-ready capability allows for total control over every aspect of the drive no matter where it’s located…
Cybercrime, Malware, Security News

Variant of Mac malware ‘Shlayer’ spreads via poisoned web searches

Researchers have discovered a new variant of Shlayer Mac malware that  bypasses Apple’s built-in security protections and is being spread via malicious results from Google web searches. Shlayer is used generally to distributed bundled adware or unwanted programs. According to a company blog post from Intego, the new version of this malware was observed being…
The endpoint has taken on both new importance and new dimensions in the overall protection scheme.
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Virtually no mobile phone app is safe from data theft: report

More than three-fourths (76 percent) of mobile banking vulnerabilities can be exploited without physical access to the device is just one of numerous sobering findings from Positive Technologies in a report released today. The research, which began in 2019, did not name the banks or the apps that have been downloaded more than 500,000 times…
Mobile Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Apple patches iOS jailbreak vulnerability

Apple this week issued a new security update that addresses a zero-day vulnerability enabling iOS users to jailbreak their devices. The company has patched CVE-2020-9859, a memory consumption issue that can result in arbitrary code execution with kernel privileges. The fix was made in iOS 13.5.1 and iPadOS 13.5.1 for iPhone 6s and later, iPad…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Fixed Apple sign-in bug could have enabled hijacking of 3rd-party accounts

A security researcher in Delhi, India, reported that Apple paid him $100,000 through its bug bounty program for finding a vulnerability in its Sign in with Apple feature that could have resulted in the takeover of users’ third-party website and app accounts. In a May 30 blog post, researcher Bhavuk Jain explains how he detected the bug that could have fully compromised third-party user accounts , regardless…
Mobile Security, Research, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Hacker group announces jailbreak for iOS 11 – 13.5

Users of iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches that run on iOS 11 through 13.5 can now jailbreak their devices with new downloadable software from the hacking group Unc0ver. The jailbreak is reportedly made possible thanks to a zero-day kernel vulnerability discovered by Unc0ver hacker @Pwn20wnd. [1, 2, 3] Jailbreaks are hotly anticipated events for certain tech…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Patch round-up: Cisco repairs RCE bug; notable fixes from VMware, Google, Adobe

Cisco Systems on Wednesday fixed a critical remote code execution vulnerability in its Unified Contact Center Express solution — one of a flurry of patches and bug disclosures announced this week by tech giants such as Microsoft, Apple and Google. Found in Unified CCX’s Java Remote Management Interface, the critical Cisco flaw — with a CVSS…
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