Facebook worries: I didn’t post that

What could have happened when you find Facebook posts or messages that you didn’t post or send? And what are the actions you can take to prevent further abuse?

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Inside the Kronos malware – part 2

In part two of our Kronos malware analysis, we look at the malicious actions Kronos can perform.

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A week in security (August 21 – August 27)

A compilation of security news and blog posts from the 21st of August to the 27th of August. Big news from Malwarebytes was the introduction real-time protection for Mac and Android.

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Mobile Menace Monday: Facebook Lite infected with Spy FakePlay

A lite version of the popular mobile app Facebook has been infected with Android/Trojan.Spy.FakePlay.

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Scam as a service 2: the B team

Interest in Tor based threats is increasing to the extent that some vendors will scoop up all activity they find on Tor and provide you a nice front end to search through it at your leisure. This might lead the casual observer to assume that the darkness is a one stop shop for cyber threats, but criminals existed on the internet prior to Tor, and still do quite well for themselves without it. In fact, bad guys with good OPSEC tend to be the exception, rather than the rule. So let’s take a quick look at some unpleasant stuff and the nadir of bad OPSEC, Facebook.

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