Emotet’s back and it isn’t wasting any time - The world's most notrious malware is back and it's growing fast. What are researchers seeing and what does it mean?
Attacker unmasked by VPN flubs charged with Ubiquiti hack - A former employee of Ubiquiti Networks has been charged for allegedly hacking servers, stealing information, and a splash of extortion.
Emotet being spread via malicious Windows App Installer packages - Emotet is using a new attack vector, which makes Microsoft look bad. How does malware end up on Microsoft's Azure cloud service and get distributed to victims from there?
SideCopy APT: Connecting lures to victims, payloads to infrastructure - Last week, Facebook announced it had taken action against a Pakistani APT group known as SideCopy.  In this blog post we provide additional details about SideCopy that have not been published before.
Capcom Arcade Stadium’s record player numbers blamed on card mining - A retro game emulator suddenly found itself with hundreds of thousands of players. Is there a retro boom, or is something else going on?
Here’s what data the FBI can get from WhatsApp, iMessage, Signal, Telegram, and more - A disclosed FBI training document reveals what information the FBI can potentially retrieve about your usage of an end to end encrypted instant messaging app.
Have you downloaded that Android malware from the Play Store lately? - Hopefully not, because these Android malware families that have recently plagued the Store are quite sophisticated and nasty.
Most people aren’t upgrading to Windows 11: Not the end of the world - Uptake on Windows 11 is apparently very low. We take a look at some of the reasons for this, and why it might not be such a bad thing.
Massive faceprint scraping company Clearview AI hauled over the coals - Clearview AI can expect to be fined up to $23 million for privacy infringements in the UK. The ICO has found the company failed to comply with UK data protection laws.

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