Equihacked...again - This week in cybersecurity
Reports that Russia used Kaspersky antivirus to probe US targets highlight the inherent risks of software that millions rely on for protection.
Spear phishing emails thought to be affiliated with Pyongyang sent to electricity firms
Equifax said it has disabled one of its customer help online pages and is investigating another possible cyberbreach. The consumer credit reporting company said its security teams are looking into another possible breach barely one month after it disclosed its latest hack.
Some Google Mini smart speakers were turning themselves on and spying on users multiple times per day. Google has patched the issue, but it raises concerns about privacy.
One site, three different Mac malware scams – just because you’re an Apple user doesn’t mean they’re not out to get you. There has been a recent spike in attacks targeting Mac users
The problem of Russian meddling on Google and Facebook is much greater than has been previously revealed.
The browser cryptojacking scene has just expanded from one player to two with the recent launch of the Crypto-Loot service, a website that's eerily similar to the now notorious Coinhive in-browser miner.