Latest Mobile Malware Report Suggests On-Device Fraud is on the Rise

2022-06-02 - An analysis of the mobile threat landscape in 2022 shows that Spain and Turkey are the most targeted countries for malware campaigns, even as a mix of new and existing banking trojans are increasingly targeting Android devices to conduct on-device fraud (ODF). Other frequently targeted countries include Poland, Australia, the U.S., Germany, the U.K., Italy, France, and Portugal. "The most

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

FluBot Android Spyware Taken Down in Global Law Enforcement Operation

2022-06-02 - An international law enforcement operation involving 11 countries has culminated in the takedown of a notorious mobile malware threat called FluBot. "This Android malware has been spreading aggressively through SMS, stealing passwords, online banking details and other sensitive information from infected smartphones across the world," Europol said in a statement. <!--adsense--> The "complex

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

YODA Tool Found ~47,000 Malicious WordPress Plugins Installed in Over 24,000 Sites

2022-06-02 - As many as 47,337 malicious plugins have been uncovered on 24,931 unique websites, out of which 3,685 plugins were sold on legitimate marketplaces, netting the attackers $41,500 in illegal revenues. The findings come from a new tool called YODA that aims to detect rogue WordPress plugins and track down their origin, according to an 8-year-long study conducted by a group of researchers from the

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

New Unpatched Horde Webmail Bug Lets Hackers Take Over Server by Sending Email

2022-06-02 - A new unpatched security vulnerability has been disclosed in the open-source Horde Webmail client that could be exploited to achieve remote code execution on the email server simply by sending a specially crafted email to a victim. "Once the email is viewed, the attacker can silently take over the complete mail server without any further user interaction," SonarSource said in a report shared

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

New XLoader Botnet Version Using Probability Theory to Hide its C&C Servers

2022-06-01 - An enhanced version of the XLoader malware has been spotted adopting a probability-based approach to camouflage its command-and-control (C&C) infrastructure, according to the latest research. "Now it is significantly harder to separate the wheat from the chaff and discover the real C&C servers among thousands of legitimate domains used by Xloader as a smokescreen," Israeli cybersecurity company

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

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