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New Crime Campaign launches NetSupport Manager RAT Via MS Word

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment March 5, 2020

Reportedly, researchers from the Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 team have found a phishing campaign by NetSupport manager RAT. Investigators say hackers are trying to steal information from victim’s machines through the RAT. They may also gain remote access by using this tool for other harmful activities. In short, this attack starts with phishing emails […]

MediaTek Bug Affecting Millions of Android Devices

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment March 4, 2020

Google has addressed a critical bug in MediaTek’s Command Queue which developers say has affected millions of devices which is already circulating in the wild. And in its March 2020 Android Security Issue, released this week, Google disclosed and fixed the vulnerability in the Android media framework, which could allow remote execution. The vulnerability (CVE-2020-0032) […]

Android Banking Malware Stealing 2FA Codes From Google Authenticator

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment March 2, 2020

Security experts have discovered a new type of Android malware that can extract and steal one-time passcode (OTP) generated by Google Authenticator. A team of investigators say that they have seen an OTP stealing ability in Cerberus, a new android banking trojan which was launched last year. As per reports, the current type of Cerberus […]

GhostCat: A New Vulnerability Affecting Servers Running Apache Tomcat

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment February 29, 2020

If your web server is running Apache Tomcat, you must immediately install the latest version to prevent hackers from using unauthorized control. All versions (9.x / 8.x / 7.x / 6.x) of Apache Tomcat released in the last 13 years have been found to be at high risk (CVSS 9.8) used for automatic configuration. But […]

Misconfigured firebase exposes users data

By Yash Kudal 0 Comment February 28, 2020

Investigators with the mobile security company Appthority have some disturbing news for iOS and Android mobile users: a vulnerability at the developer’s side revealing sensitive data. This disclosed information, including sensitive personal information, plain text passwords, and more, were affected as a result of what experts called Firebase vulnerability. Similar to other previously discovered application […]

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