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
The Bash shell arriving with Windows 10’s Anniversary Update is deceptive. It’s not just Bash–it’s a compatibility layer for running Linux software on Windows. You can use it to run Zsh or whatever other shell you prefer.
Source: How to Use Zsh (or Another Shell) in Windows 10
Ransomware has dominated the cybersecurity headlines these past few months, and one of its more recent and advanced variants, Crysis, suggests the threat won’t be ending any time soon.
Source: Meet the ‘number one prevalent’ new ransomware: Crysis | Healthcare IT News