Category Archives: Malware

Android Flaw Allows Attackers to Poison Signed Apps with Malicious Code

An Android vulnerability called Janus allows attackers to inject malicious code into signed Android apps.
Source: Threatpost.com | Privacy

RAT Distributed Via Google Drive Targets East Asia

Researchers say a new remote access Trojan dubbed UBoatRAT is targeting individuals or organizations linked to South Korea or video games industry.
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Google Patches Critical ‘Broadpwn’ Bug in July Security Update

The July Android Security Bulletin patches 11 critical remote-code execution bugs including one dubbed ‘Broadpwn’ that impacts both Android and iOS devices.
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GameStop Online Shoppers Officially Warned of Breach

Some customers are irked it took GameStop months to inform them that their personal and financial information could have been compromised in a breach of GameStop.com that began in August 2016.
Source: Threatpost.com | Privacy

Threatpost News Wrap, June 2, 2017

Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the news of the week, including the ShadowBrokers crowdfunding attempt, errors in WannaCry, a new Wikileaks dump, last week’s Samba vulnerability, and the OneLogin breach.
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