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Apple macOS Security Bypass Bug Could Allow Access To Private Data

Microsoft researcher discovered the macOS security bypass bug affecting the latest macOS Monterey too. Apple patched it with Monterey 12.1.

U.S. Warns Against North Korean Hackers Posing as IT Freelancers

U.S. warns that highly skilled North Korean software and mobile app developers are posing as "non-DPRK nationals" in a bid to land freelancing.

BLE vulnerability may be exploited to unlock cars, smart locks, building doors, smartphones

A Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) vulnerability may be exploited to unlock Teslas, other cars, smart locks, building access systems, smartphones.

iPhones Vulnerable to Attack Even When Turned Off

Wireless features Bluetooth, NFC and UWB stay on even when the device is powered down, which could allow attackers to execute pre-loaded malware.

Threat Actors Use Telegram to Spread ‘Eternity’ Malware-as-a-Service

An account promoting the project—which offers a range of threat activity from info-stealing to crypto-mining to ransomware as individual modules—has more than 500 subscribers.

Microsoft Plan To Launch Built-In VPN With Edge Browser

Microsoft rolls out "Edge Secure Network" built-in VPN as Preview with Edge browser. It will encrypt traffic, change IP, and 1GB free data.

Crypto thief threatened to cut man's fingers 'one by one,' stole £34K

Online crypto scams and ponzi schemes leveraging social media platforms are hardly anything new. But, this gruesome case of a London-based crypto robber transcends the virtual realm and tells a shocking tale of real-life victims from whom the perpetrator successfully stole £34,000.

Angry IT admin wipes employer’s databases, gets 7 years in prison

Han Bing, a former database administrator for Lianjia, a Chinese real-estate brokerage giant, has been sentenced to 7 years in prison for logging into corporate systems and deleting the company's data.

Ukraine war: Don’t underestimate Russia cyber-threat, warns US

A senior intelligence official says a cyber-war raging over Ukraine could escalate further.

Ukraine’s IT Army is disrupting Russia's alcohol distribution

Hacktivists operating on the side of Ukraine have focused their DDoS attacks on a portal that is considered crucial for the distribution of alcoholic beverages in Russia.

USB-based Wormable Malware Targets Windows Installer

Activity dubbed ‘Raspberry Robin’ uses Microsoft Standard Installer and other legitimate processes to communicate with threat actors and execute nefarious commands.

Screen-sharing scams on the rise, watchdog warns

New report claims fraudsters are using screen-sharing tools to gain victims' trust and then steal money.

Google Releases Android Update to Patch Actively Exploited Vulnerability

Google releases monthly security patches for Android with fixes for 37 vulnerabilities in various components.

Ferrari subdomain hijacked to push fake Ferrari NFT collection

One of Ferrari's subdomains was hijacked yesterday to host a scam promoting fake Ferrari NFT collection, according to researchers. The Ethereum wallet associated with the cryptocurrency scam appears to have collected a few hundred dollars before the hacked subdomain was shut down.

Xbox Gaming services slowly coming back online after experiencing worldwide outage

Multiple critical Xbox Gaming services, including remote and cloud gaming, are currently down, but Microsoft has confirmed that it is actively investigating and addressing any issues.

Package Analysis Project: Google will help detect malicious open source packages

Google has pledged support for OpenSSF's Package Analysis Project for open source packages uploaded to popular repositories. It has also published the results which paint a rather interesting picture.

WhatsApp is currently down with users reporting connection issues

WhatsApp is down according to user reports mentioning issues connecting to the messaging platform and the inability to send messages although still connected.

MFA: A simple solution to protect your identity

In this video for Help Net Security, Dan Lohrmann talks about MFA and how everyone should consider it to protect their identity and accounts.

Chrome 101 has the first version of privacy-preserving ad profiling, landing today [Update: Out now!]

Google Chrome 101 is landing in the later hours of today. It is a milestone release because it contains the first implementation of Google's ad profiling mechanisms called the Topics API and FLEDGE.

Coca-Cola investigates hackers' claims of breach and data theft

Coca-Cola, the world's largest soft drinks maker, has confirmed in a statement to BleepingComputer that it is aware of the reports about a cyberattack on its network and is currently investigating the claims.

QNAP Urged customers to disable UPnP Port on their Routers

In order to forward the ports that are in use from one device to another device on a network Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) Port forwarding was introduced. This feature automatically forwards the ports from on device to another with only one change in setting. No additional configuration was required.

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