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The OLVX Marketplace, identified by ZeroFox researchers, is a new and growing underground market that offers a wide array of tools for helping threat actors succeed in online fraud and cyberattacks. This rise in cybercrime activity is especially concerning as it coincides with the busiest shopping

Zane Kennedy Published on 20th December 2023

Leading cybersecurity research firm ESET has recently discovered 18 Android loan apps which are scamming users, now known as the "SpyLoan" scandal. These apps, which have been downloaded over 12 million times from Google Play, have been deceiving users with the promise of quick and easy financial

Zane Kennedy Published on 15th December 2023

Norton Healthcare, a Kentucky-based nonprofit healthcare system, confirmed a ransomware attack in May compromised the personal data of approximately 2.5 million patients and employees. The attack, which was first detected on May 9, allowed hackers to access certain network storage devices between

Husain Parvez Published on 13th December 2023

A security vulnerability named “AutoSpill” poses a threat to Android users who rely on password managers. It has been identified by researchers at the International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) in Hyderabad, India. The vulnerability, presented at the Black Hat Europe security

Keira Waddell Published on 12th December 2023

In a landmark privacy move, Meta has announced the rollout of default end-to-end encryption for personal chats and calls on Messenger, marking a significant stride in digital privacy. As articulated by Loredana Crisan, Head of Messenger, this update ushers in a new era where user communications are

Zane Kennedy Published on 10th December 2023

In an alarming revelation for iPhone users, Jamf Threat Labs has uncovered a sophisticated cybersecurity threat termed "Fake Lockdown Mode." This form of post-exploitation tampering is designed to deceive users into believing their Apple iPhone is secure in Lockdown Mode when, in reality, it is

Zane Kennedy Published on 8th December 2023

A new variant of the P2Pinfect botnet has been discovered, targeting devices equipped with MIPS (Microprocessor without Interlocked Pipelined Stages) processors. This latest version of the malware, as reported by Cado Security, is specifically compiled for the MIPS architecture, which is commonly

Husain Parvez Published on 6th December 2023

23andMe has confirmed that hackers gained unauthorized access to the personal information of 6.9 million users. Initially disclosed in early October, the breach impacted 0.1% of the company's customer base or approximately 14,000 individuals. However, further investigation by 23andMe uncovered a

Keira Waddell Published on 5th December 2023