New spyware targets data on Telegram and Psiphon VPN Threat actors with suspected ties to Iran have been found to leverage instant messaging and VPN apps like Telegram and Psiphon to install a Windows remote access trojan (RAT) capable of stealing sensitive information from targets’ devices since at least 2015.
Molerat χάκερ επιτίθενται σε κυβερνήσεις της Μέσης Ανατολής A Middle Eastern advanced persistent threat (APT) group has resurfaced after a two-month hiatus to target government institutions in the Middle East and global government entities associated with geopolitics in the region in a rash of new campaigns observed earlier this month.
Hackers breach gaming giant Electronic Arts, steal game source code Hackers have breached the network of gaming giant Electronic Arts (EA) and claim to have stolen roughly 750 GB of data, including game source code and debug tools. EA confirmed the data breach in a statement saying that this “was
New Cyber Espionage Group Targeting Ministries of Foreign Affairs Cybersecurity researchers on Thursday took the wraps off a new cyberespionage group that has been behind a series of targeted attacks against diplomatic entities and telecommunication companies in Africa and the Middle East since at least 2017. Dubbed “BackdoorDiplomacy,” the campaign
7-Year-Old Polkit Flaw Lets Unprivileged Linux Users Gain Root Access A seven-year-old privilege escalation vulnerability discovered in the polkit system service could be exploited by a malicious unprivileged local attacker to bypass authorization and escalate permissions to the root user. Tracked as CVE-2021-3560 (CVSS score: 7.8), the flaw affects polkit
Mozilla Says Google’s New Ad Tech—FLoC—Doesn’t Protect User Privacy Google’s upcoming plans to replace third-party cookies with a less invasive ad targeted mechanism have a number of issues that could defeat its privacy objectives and allow for significant linkability of user behavior, possibly even identifying individual users. “FLoC is premised