When Pegasus spyware from an Israeli firm was discovered on a number of iPhones used by journalists, critics hit Apple over security and privacy concerns. But in this case, it doesn’t look like the company did anything wrong.
Phishing blunder left thousands of stolen passwords exposed through Google search A mistake on the part of the cyberattackers led to their discovery.
QRat trojan malware provides hackers with complete control of infected machines – but the phishing emails are unconventional.
Browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Yandex are all affected in widespread ad-injection campaign.
ThiefQuest can exfiltrate files from an infected computer, search for passwords, and can run a keylogger to grab passwords or other info as a user types.