Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2020-02-22

Slickwraps Data Breach Exposes Financial and Customer Info

www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/slickwraps-data-breach-exposes-financial-and-customer-info/ Slickwraps has suffered a data breach after a security researcher was able to access their systems and after receiving no response to emails, publicly disclosed how they gained access to the site and the data that was exposed.. Slickwraps is a mobile device case retailer who sells a large assortment of premade cases and custom cases from images uploaded by customers.

Android Malware: Joker Still Fools Google’s Defense, New Clicker Found

www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/android-malware-joker-still-fools-googles-defense-new-clicker-found/ Joker malware that subscribes Android users to premium services without consent is giving Google a hard time as new samples constantly bypass scrutiny and end up in Play Store.

WhatsApp Phishing URLs Skyrocket With Over 13,000% Surge


Apple drops a bomb on long-life HTTPS certificates: Safari to snub new security certs valid for more than 13 months


The Linux Foundation identifies most important open-source software components and their problems

www.zdnet.com/article/the-linux-foundation-identifies-the-most-important-open-source-software-components-and-their-problems/ In its latest study, the Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative discovered just how prevalent open-source components are in all software and their shared problems and vulnerabilities.

Threat spotlight: RobbinHood ransomware takes the drivers seat

blog.malwarebytes.com/threat-spotlight/2020/02/threat-spotlight-robbinhood-ransomware-takes-the-drivers-seat/ Despite their name, the RobbinHood cybercriminal gang is not stealing from the rich to give to the poor. Instead, these ransomware developers are more like big game huntersattacking enterprise organizations and critical infrastructure and keeping all the spoils for themselves.

Google to put a muzzle on Android apps accessing location data in the background

www.zdnet.com/article/google-to-put-a-muzzle-on-android-apps-accessing-location-data-in-the-background/ Google has announced this week plans to crack down on Android apps that abuse the OS permissions system and request access to user geo-location data when the app is not in use.. Starting with May, the OS maker plans to show warnings in the Play Store backend to all Android app developers about the need to update their apps.

ObliqueRAT linked to threat group launching attacks against government targets

www.zdnet.com/article/new-obliquerat-malware-linked-to-crimsonrat-group-striking-government-targets/ The new Trojan is attacking organizations across Southeast Asia.

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