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06/22/2018 09:44 PM
Fortnite Fraudsters Infest the Web with Fake Apps, Scams
Malefactors have doubled down on duping Fortnite enthusiasts, releasing YouTube videos with links to scam versions of the game. And that's not all.

06/22/2018 08:09 PM
Malicious App Infects 60,000 Android Devices – But Still Saves Their Batteries
A battery-saving app enables attackers to snatch text messages and read sensitive log data - but it also holds true to its advertising.

06/22/2018 06:40 PM
Supreme Court Bolsters Mobile-Phone Privacy Rights
Supreme Court decision requires law enforcement to obtain a warrant to gain access to cellphone records for tracking citizens.

06/22/2018 06:13 PM
DDoS-Happy ‘Bitcoin Baron’ Sentenced to Almost 2 Years in Jail
Far from being a simple hacktivist filled with an impulse for social justice, a different picture emerges when his activity is collated together.

06/22/2018 04:35 PM
Roku TV, Sonos Speaker Devices Open to Takeover
The Roku streaming video device and the Sonos Wi-Fi speakers suffer from the same DNS rebinding flaw reported in Google Home and Chromecast devices earlier this week.

06/21/2018 09:47 PM
Sneaky Web Tracking Technique Under Heavy Scrutiny by GDPR
Don’t expect tracking methods such as browser fingerprinting to disappear anytime soon, even with GDPR, warns the EFF.

06/21/2018 07:36 PM
Financial Services Sector Rife with Hidden Tunnels
Attackers use the approach to look like legitimate traffic and hide data exfiltration in plain sight.

06/20/2018 08:43 PM
New Phishing Scam Reels in Netflix Users to TLS-Certified Sites
Researchers are warning of a new Netflix phishing scam that leads to sites with valid TLS certificates.

06/20/2018 06:12 PM
Mylobot Botnet Emerges with Rare Level of Complexity
A new botnet from the Dark Web displays a never-before-seen level of complexity in terms of the sheer breadth of its various tools.

06/19/2018 10:58 PM
APT15 Pokes Its Head Out With Upgraded MirageFox RAT
This is the first evidence of the China-linked threat actor's activity since hacked the U.K. government and military in 2017 (which wasn't made public until 2018).