Cybercriminals Spoof Brave Browser Website to Trick Users into Downloading Malware – Response From Security Expert
Cybercriminals have impersonated the browser’s website in order to push malware to unsuspecting users, via the use of a TLS certificate that made the malicious website appear genuine. The attackers even took out ads on Google to drive unsuspecting users to the fake website.
A new malware strain that has been discovered called Vultur and is targeting banking customers using invisible windows and keylogging to capture their banking data on Android phones.
Cybereason Exposes Chinese Threat Actors Compromising Telecommunications Providers For Cyber Espionage
DeadRinger Research Highlights Attack Trends Leveraging Third-Party Service Providers to Compromise Multiple Targets Cybereason, the leader in operation-centric attack protection, today announced the discovery of several previously unidentified cyber attack campaigns infiltrating major telecommunications providers across Southeast Asia. Similar to the recent SolarWinds and Kaseya attacks, the threat actors first compromised third-party service providers – […]
BACKGROUND: IBM Security “Cost of Data Breach,” which was conducted by Ponemon Institute, analyzed about 500 organizations that experienced data breaches and concluded that the cost of data breaches reached an all-time high of $4.24 million per incident on average during the pandemic, the highest cost in the 17-year history of IBM Security report.
BACKGROUND: The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) has found that 66 percent of supply chain attacks focus on the supplier’s code. Supply chain attacks have been a concern for cybersecurity experts for many years because the chain reaction triggered by one attack on a single supplier can compromise a network of providers. Malware is […]