Hermit spyware is deployed with the help of a victim’s ISP

A new commercial spyware for governments, called Hermit, has spotted in the wild. It affects iOS and all Android versions.

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A week in security (June 13 – June 19)

The most important and interesting computer security stories from the last week.

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Credential-stealing malware disguises itself as Telegram, targets social media users

Spyware.FFDroider is an information stealer that exfiltrates browser data in an attempt to steal credentials and valid session cookies.

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The world’s most coveted spyware, Pegasus: Lock and Code S03E04

This week on Lock and Code, we provide a deep dive into possibly the most powerful government spyware tool in the world, Pegasus.

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NSO Group spyware found on iPhones of US State Department employees

iPhones of at least nine US State Department employees are said to have been hacked using the Pegasus spyware developed by the Israeli technology company, NSO Group.

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A week in security (Sept 20 – Sept 26)

A roundup of the previous week’s hottest security news and happenings, for the week of September 20 through September 26.

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Apple releases emergency update: Patch, but don’t panic

Apple has released updates for iOS, MacOS, and WatchOS to combat an in-the-wild exploit called “FORCEDENTRY”.

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Latest iPhone exploit, FORCEDENTRY, used to launch Pegasus attack against Bahraini activists

Citizen Lab found that FORCEDENTRY is being used to deploy the NSO spyware Pegasus to keep an eye on Bahraini activists.

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Pegasus spyware has been here for years. We must stop ignoring it

The Pegasus Project revealed deeply concerning surveillance campaigns against activists and journalists. It’s time for us to act.

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What is scareware?

We explain what Scareware programs are, as well as some of its accompanying tricks designed to extract payments from unwary web users.

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