Facebook has released a guide to security. Written in simple-to-understand terms, the 14-page document encourages users to set strong passwords and log out of their accounts when they are finished. It also address common scams on the social networking site, including clickjacking. The handbook suggests users implement enhanced security settings, including secure browsing, one-time passwords and account activity monitoring. In addition, it explains how Facebook members can recover their accounts if they have been compromised.
North Korea's Lazarus Group has leveraged the backdoored PDF reader app SwiftLoader used in the RustBucket campaign to facilitate the deployment of the KANDYKORN macOS malware in a bid to better evade detection, according to The Hacker News.
Europol and law enforcement agencies across seven countries, including the U.S., have dismantled a Ukraine-based ransomware operation following the arrests of its alleged leader and four accomplices, CyberScoop reports.
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