[BleepingComputer] Signal fixes bug that sent random images to wrong contacts

Signal has fixed a serious bug in its Android app that, in some cases, sent random unintended pictures to contacts without an obvious explanation. Although the issue was reported in December 2020, given the difficulty of reproducing the bug, it isn’t until this month that a fix was pushed out. […]

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[TheRecord] Hackers breach corporate email servers to send spam to employees

A threat actor has hacked Microsoft Exchange email servers across the world in order to gain access to their internal messaging capabilities and send malicious emails to company customers and employees in the hopes of infecting them with malware. In a report on Friday, security firm Trend Micro said the attackers specifically targeted Exchange servers that haven’t […]

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[HackerNews] Israeli Firm Helped Governments Target Journalists, Activists with 0-Days and Spyware

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Two of the zero-day Windows flaws patched by Microsoft as part of its Patch Tuesday update earlier this week were weaponized by an Israel-based company called Candiru in a series of “precision attacks” to hack more than 100 journalists, academics, activists, and political dissidents globally. The spyware vendor was also formally identified as the commercial […]

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[SecurityWeek] ‘Critical Severity’ Warning for Malware Embedded in Popular JavaScript Library

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Security responders are scrambling this weekend to assess the damage from crypto-mining malware embedded in an npm package (JavaScript library) that counts close to 8 million downloads per week. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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