[ZDNet] Hackers somehow got their rootkit a Microsoft-issued digital signature

FiveSys rootkit somehow used a valid digital signature to help bypass cybersecurity measures in order to steal usernames and passwords from victims.

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[SecurityWeek] Vulnerabilities Allow Hacking of Zimbra Webmail Servers With Single Email

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[HackerNews] FTC Bans Stalkerware App SpyFone; Orders Company to Erase Secretly Stolen Data

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