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  • The Week in Ransomware - June 22nd 2018 - Scarab Everywhere! June 22, 2018
    This has been the week of the Scarab with a continuous stream of Scarab Ransomware variants being released. We also had a few decryptors and some smaller variants, but by far Scarab dominated the ransomware distribution. Thankfully, under certain conditions Scarab can be decrypted by Dr. Web, […]
  • US Supreme Court Rules Police Need Warrant to Track Cell Phone Location June 22, 2018
    In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS ) ruled today that law enforcement must obtain a search warrant before obtaining and accessing cell phone location information from mobile carriers and other entities. […]
  • WinDynamicDesktop Brings the macOS Dynamic Desktop Feature to Windows 10 June 22, 2018
    macOS Mojave includes a feature called Dynamic Desktop that causes your wallpaper to cycle through 16 images of the same scene throughout a day. When developer Timothy Johnson saw this he decided he wanted to write a similar program that would work with Windows 10. Thus the WinDynamicDesktop.was born. […]
  • An Up-to-Date Browser Should Keep Users Safe From Most Exploit Kits June 22, 2018
    The times when exploit kits (EKs) were known to be the breeding ground of new zero-days is long gone, and most EKs nowadays live off older vulnerabilities, meaning that keeping your browser, OS, and Flash Player up-to-date is enough to safeguard you from today's top web-based threats. […]
  • Blackmail Campaign Pretending to be WannaCry Is Really Just WannaSpam June 22, 2018
    A new spam campaign is underway that pretends to be from a group called the "WannaCry-Hack-Team" that states the infamous WannaCry Ransomware has returned, the recipients computer is infected, and they need to send some bitcoins or their files will be deleted. […]
  • India Tells Banks to Migrate ATMs From Windows XP by June 2019 June 22, 2018
    The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the country's s central banking authority, told local banks to update all ATMs still running Windows XP to a newer operating system by June 2019, or face regulatory sanctions. […]
  • Someone Is Taking Over Insecure Cameras and Spying on Device Owners June 22, 2018
    Many brands of webcams, security cameras, pet and baby monitors, use a woefully insecure cloud-based remote control system that can allow hackers to take over devices by performing Internet scans, modifying the device ID parameter, and using a default password to gain control over the user's equipment and its video stream. […]
  • New GZipDe Malware Drops Metasploit Backdoor June 22, 2018
    Security researchers from AlienVault have discovered a new malware strain named GZipDe that appears to be part of a targeted attack —most likely a cyber-espionage campaign. […]
  • Four Ukrainians Arrested for Running Six Fake Cryptocurrency Exchanges June 21, 2018
    Ukrainian police announced the arrest of four suspects on accusations of running six fake cryptocurrency exchanges. The four men, aged between 20 and 26, were arrested last week in the city of Dnipro. […]