[BleepingComputer] Signal app safety numbers do not always change — here’s why

This week, security researchers have steered attention towards an interesting finding while using Signal apps across multiple platforms. When you or your contact reinstall the Signal app or switch over to a new device, the Signal safety number between you two does not always change. […]

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[HackerNews] Malicious NPM Packages Caught Running Cryptominer On Windows, Linux, macOS Devices

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Three JavaScript libraries uploaded to the official NPM package repository have been unmasked as crypto-mining malware, once again demonstrating how open-source software package repositories are becoming a lucrative target for executing an array of attacks on Windows, macOS, and Linux systems. The malicious packages in question — named okhsa, klow, and klown — were published by the same Source: […]

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[ZDNet] Cybersecurity: How talking about mistakes can make everyone safer

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Punishing people for falling for phishing attacks isn’t going to help anyone with cybersecurity – but showing empathy and being open to mistakes can help people learn how to stay safe online. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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[SANS ISC] Multiple Apple Patches for October 2021, (Thu, Oct 28th)

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With the recent release of macOS Monterey 12.0.1, multiple security vulnerabilities were addressed [1]. For users who were not keen to update to macOS Monterey either due to personal or operational reasons, security updates for macOS Catalina [2] and macOS Big Sur [3] were also made available. However, Apple has yet released another set of […]

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