Researchers Uncover 'Hermit' Android Spyware Used in Kazakhstan, Syria, and Italy

2022-06-18 - An enterprise-grade surveillanceware dubbed Hermit has been put to use by entities operating from within Kazakhstan, Syria, and Italy over the years since 2019, new research has revealed. Lookout attributed the spy software, which is equipped to target both Android and iOS, to an Italian company named RCS Lab S.p.A and Tykelab Srl, a telecom services provider which it suspects to be a front

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

Reimagine Hybrid Work: Same CyberSec in Office and at Home

2022-06-17 - It was first the pandemic that changed the usual state of work - before, it was commuting, working in the office & coming home for most corporate employees. Then, when we had to adapt to the self-isolation rules, the work moved to home offices, which completely changed the workflow for many businesses.As the pandemic went down, we realized success never relied on where the work was done. Whether

Source:, The Hacker News

Over a Million WordPress Sites Forcibly Updated to Patch a Critical Plugin Vulnerability

2022-06-17 - WordPress websites using a widely used plugin named Ninja Forms have been updated automatically to remediate a critical security vulnerability that's suspected of having been actively exploited in the wild. The issue, which relates to a case of code injection, is rated 9.8 out of 10 for severity and affects multiple versions starting from 3.0. It has been fixed in, 3.1.10, 3.2.28,

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

BlackCat Ransomware Gang Targeting Unpatched Microsoft Exchange Servers

2022-06-17 - Microsoft is warning that the BlackCat ransomware crew is leveraging exploits for unpatched Exchange server vulnerabilities to gain access to targeted networks. Upon gaining an entry point, the attackers swiftly moved to gather information about the compromised machines, followed by carrying out credential theft and lateral movement activities, before harvesting intellectual property and

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

MaliBot: A New Android Banking Trojan Spotted in the Wild

2022-06-17 - A new strain of Android malware has been spotted in the wild targeting online banking and cryptocurrency wallet customers in Spain and Italy, just weeks after a coordinated law enforcement operation dismantled FluBot. The information stealing trojan, codenamed MaliBot by F5 Labs, is as feature-rich as its counterparts, allowing it to steal credentials and cookies, bypass multi-factor

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

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