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Medibank: Hackers release abortion data after stealing Australian medical records

People affected by the breach say they have already been targeted by scammers and malware attacks.

New Malware Spreading Disguised as Legitimate Zoom Application

threat hunting exercises, it came across a tweet that mentioned numerous fake Zoom sites being created, which caught the attention of the researchers. 

Researchers Warn of Self-Spreading Malware Targeting Gamers via YouTube

Gamers looking for cheats on YouTube are being targeted with malicious links that install RedLine stealer malware and crypto miners on gaming computer

Novel Malware Hijacks Facebook Business Accounts

Newly discovered malware linked to Vietnamese threat actors targets users through a LinkedIn phishing campaign to steal data and admin privileges for financial gain.

Messaging Apps Tapped as Platform for Cybercriminal Activity

Built-in Telegram and Discord services are fertile ground for storing stolen data, hosting malware and using bots for nefarious purposes.

These 28+ Android Apps with 10 Million Downloads from the Play Store Contain Malware

Researchers have discovered dozens of malware-infected Android apps that have been downloaded more than 10 million times from the Google Play Store.

Microsoft Warns About Evolving Capabilities of Toll Fraud Android Malware Apps

Microsoft has detailed the evolving capabilities of toll fraud malware apps on Android, pointing out its "complex multi-step attack flow".

New YTStealer malware steals accounts from YouTube Creators

A new information-stealing malware named YTStealer is targeting YouTube content creators and attempting to steal their authentication tokens and hijack their channels.

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.

Beware of New Android Banking Malware that Controls Your Device

Octo, a new Android banking malware that employs remote access capabilities to enable attackers to commit on-device fraud, has been identified in the wild and is designed to prey on vulnerable Android devices.

Android malware BRATA wipes your device after stealing data

The Android malware known as BRATA has added new and dangerous features to its latest version, including GPS tracking, the capacity to use multiple communication channels, and a function that performs a factory reset on the device to wipe all traces of malicious activity.

Beware of fake tax apps pushing malware

When it comes to fake tax apps, the crooks’ main approach is sleight of hand. Often, bad actors will reverse engineer legitimate apps.

New BHUNT Password Stealer Malware Targeting Cryptocurrency Wallets

A new malware gaining access to cryptocurrency wallets by exfiltrating content, passwords stored in the browser, and passphrases captured from the cli

Malicious Joker App Scores Half-Million Downloads on Google Play

Joker malware was found lurking in the Color Message app, ready to fleece unsuspecting users with premium SMS charges.

Malicious Notepad++ installers push StrongPity malware

The sophisticated hacking group known as StrongPity is circulating laced Notepad++ installers that infect targets with malware.

300.000+ users downloaded malware droppers from Google Play

Malware peddlers have managed to spread four families of Android banking trojans via malware droppers introduced in Google Play.

Over nine million Android devices infected by info-stealing trojan

A large-scale malware campaign on Huawei's AppGallery has led to approximately 9,300,000 installs of Android trojans masquerading as over 190 different apps

Android malware BrazKing returns as a stealthier banking trojan

​The BrazKing Android banking trojan has returned with dynamic banking overlays and a new implementation trick that enables it to operate without requesting risky permissions.

Here are the new Emotet spam campaigns hitting mailboxes worldwide

The Emotet malware kicked into action yesterday after a ten-month hiatus with multiple spam campaigns delivering malicious documents to mailboxes worldwide.

Microsoft says to watch out for HTML smugglers

The cybercrime world has ransomware propagators, malware messengers, and even straight-up smugglers. Microsoft wants to remind you to stay vigilant.

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