[ZDNet] Twitch says no passwords or login credentials leaked in massive breach

The company is still investigating a massive hack that drew headlines two weeks ago.

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[SecurityWeek] Researchers Find Exploitable Bugs in Mercedes-Benz Cars

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Following an eight-month audit of the code in the latest infotainment system in Mercedes-Benz cars, security researchers with Tencent Security Keen Lab identified five vulnerabilities, four of which could be exploited for remote code execution. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[HackerNews] Researchers warn of FFDroider and Lightning info-stealers targeting users in the wild

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Cybersecurity researchers are warning of two different information-stealing malware, named FFDroider and Lightning Stealer, that are capable of siphoning data and launching further attacks. “Designed to send stolen credentials and cookies to a Command & Control server, FFDroider disguises itself on victim’s machines to look like the instant messaging application ‘Telegram,’” Zscaler ThreatLabz Source: Read More (The Hacker […]

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[NCSC-FI News] URL rendering trick enabled WhatsApp, Signal, iMessage phishing

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