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Agent Tesla Keylogger Gets Data Theft and Targeting Update

The infamous keylogger has shifted its targeting tactics and now collects stored credentials for less-popular web browsers and email clients. Six-year-old keylogger malware called Agent Tesla has been updated again, this time with expanded targeting and improved data exfiltration features. Agent Tesla first came into the scene in 2014, specializing . . . Read more

Critical MobileIron RCE Flaw Under Active Attack

Attackers are targeting the critical remote code-execution flaw to compromise systems in the healthcare, local government, logistics and legal sectors, among others. Advanced persistent threat (APT) groups are actively exploiting a vulnerability in mobile device management security solutions from MobileIron, a new advisory warns. The issue in question (CVE-2020-15505) is . . . Read more

Microsoft’s SMBGhost Flaw Still Haunts 108K Windows Systems

While Microsoft patched the bug known as CVE-2020-0796 back in March, more than one 100,000 Windows systems are still vulnerable. More than 100,000 Windows systems have not yet been updated to protect against a previously-patched, critical and wormable flaw  in Windows called SMBGhost. Microsoft patched the remote code-execution (RCE) flaw . . . Read more

Bug Parade: NSA Warns on Cresting China-Backed Cyberattacks

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Windows 7 ‘Upgrade’ Emails Steal Outlook Credentials

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Mac, Linux Users Now Targeted by FinSpy Variants

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