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Spyware disguised as Spanish banking apps removed from Google Play

A spyware program fraudulently disguised as a Spanish-language banking app was found last month collecting users’ device data and messages, which were later leveraged in smishing schemes. Advertised as “Movil Secure,” the fake app pretends to be associated with multinational Spanish banking group Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA). Published on Oct. 19, the app was discovered by Trend…
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Undisclosed number of TurboTax accounts breached

Intuit, the company behind tax preparation software TurboTax, said users’ accounts may have been accessed by an unauthorized party. Threat actors used usernames and password combinations obtained from a non-Intuit source after an undisclosed number of TurboTax accounts were breached in a credential stuffing attack. Tax returns from the prior year, current tax returns in…
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Facebook boots multiple inauthentic accounts created in Iraq and Ukraine

Facebook yesterday excised from its platform hundreds of inauthentic pages, groups and accounts that were created by actors in Iraq and Ukraine. The social media giant removed 76 accounts, 120 Facebook pages, one group, two events and seven Instagram accounts linked to the Iraq-based campaign, and it expelled 168 accounts, 149 Facebook pages and 79…
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Dozens of high-profile Box accounts found leaking sensitive data

Adversis researchers have discovered that dozens of companies have leaked sensitive data as a result of misconfigured Box accounts. Box is a cloud based “content management platform” primarily used to share files and folders and similar to AWS S3 buckets. The files can be shared to anyone with the link, restricted to those within a…
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Two U.S. chemical companies disclose cyberattack, LockerGoga suspected

Just days after a ransomware attack disrupted operations at Norwegian aluminium company Norsk Hydro, two U.S.-based chemical companies last Friday disclosed that they were affected by an unspecified network security incident that blocked access to certain IT systems and data. Reports suggest the incidents could be the work of LockerGoga, the same malicious encryption program that…
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Choppy waters: Data breach impacts Princess and Holland America cruise lines

The personal information of cruise passengers, crew and employees were compromised last year after an unauthorized party gained access to the email accounts of employees working for Princess Cruises and Holland America Line — both divisions of Carnival Corporation & plc. According to a disclosure notification posted on both cruise lines’ websites [1, 2], as…
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DEER.IO caught in FBI’s headlights; cybercrime platform gets shut down

The FBI on Tuesday seized the website for DEER.IO, a Russian online platform used to conduct millions of dollars worth of cybercriminal transactions. The crackdown followed the March 7 arrest of alleged hacker/DEER.IO administrator Kirill Victorovich, who was taken into custody while in New York City. Active since October 2013, DEER.IO allows users to purchase…
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Details on 267M Facebook users sold for cheap on dark web

A cybercriminal actor on the dark web has made available a dataset of Facebook accounts belonging to 267 million users, recently selling the collective lot to researchers for 500 Euros. User data includes one’s email address, first and last names, phone number, Facebook ID, last connection, status and age, according to a blog post report…
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Company sued for allegedly hijacking Facebook accounts to serve ads

In a lawsuit filed yesterday, Facebook is accusing a Hong Kong-based company of infecting individuals with malware in order to hijack their Facebook ad accounts and run malicious advertisements at their expense. The Menlo Park, Calif.-based social media company filed the legal documentation in a San Francisco federal court against ILikeAd Media International Company Ltd.,…
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