The vulnerability could give attackers a way to set up man-in-the-middle attacks against victims by getting them to click on a link, open a Microsoft Office document or plug in a USB stick.
Source: BadTunnel: a vulnerability all Windows users need to patch – Naked Security
Well, at least you can unwind and get away from all the worries of the world by watching a little TV. Actually, never mind. There’s TV ransomware now.
Source: New Android ransomware targets smart TVs | ExtremeTech
Source: Advanced Phishing Tactics Used To Steal PayPal Credentials | Malwarebytes Labs
Copy-on-write metadata, native encryption, instant cloning, snapshots, and more.
Source: Digging into the dev documentation for APFS, Apple’s new file system | Ars Technica
North Korean Hackers Steal thousands of Military files from S. Korean companies
Source: North Korean Hackers Steal thousands of Military files from S. Korea
It looks like a willing buyer for the zero-day vulnerability is yet to come forward.
Source: The buyers aren’t biting: Windows zero-day flaw price slashed | ZDNet
There are a lot of Linux-based desktop operating systems nowadays. Understandably, it can be hard to pick one. Many Linux users end up being distro-jumpers, constantly trying many, yet never settli…
Source: elementary OS 0.4 ‘Loki’ Beta now available — download the popular Linux distro here
Read how threat actors leveraged a BITS capability to create self-contained, download-and-execute tasks that persisted after the original malware infection was remediated.
Source: Malware Lingers with BITS | SecureWorks