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A weakness in Apple’s DEP authentication leaves users open to attack

Researchers have noted a lack of authentication in the  Apple Device Enrollment Program that could allow a malicious actor to steal Wi-Fi passwords and VPN configurations. The vulnerability was dug out by Duo Labs who found Apple’s device enrollment program (DEP) has an authentication weakness that can be exploited when organizations use Apple’s mobile device…
Corporate News, Security News

Sophos brings on DarkBytes

Sophos has acquired the endpoint security company DarkBytes. The companies did not release the financial details of the agreement, but Sophos said it plans to use DarkBytes technology as the foundation for new managed detection and response andSecurity Orchestration Automation Response services it plans to offer. “The strength and architecture of the DarkBytes platform will accelerate…
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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.
Mobile Security

Android LeakerLocker malware locks device screens, does little else

Google is investigating a malware variant found on two Google Play apps by McAfee’s Mobile Malware Research team that attempts to blackmail its victims by threatening to release their private information if they don’t pay a ransom. However, the McAfee team has shown that while that hackers can access some of the victim’s data for…
Mobile Security, Security News

Xhelper ad dropper adds to its list of victims

There has been a surge in activity surrounding the Xhelper Android ad dropper, with more than 45,000 devices being infected since the malware made its first appearance six months ago. In the past month an average of 131 devices were infected each day, with about 2,400 devices persistently infected throughout the month. The malware mostly…
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