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Welcome to 2018 - John McAfee Hacked, MacOS 0-Days and Data Breaches

This first post of 2018 is going to cover off an interesting twitter discussion involving John McAfee supposedly having his twitter account hacked that I was following over the holiday period. 275 more words

Information Security

Good News for Gmail Users

Phishing scams continue to proliferate. As Graham Cluley wrote in a recent article, one of the main reasons for this ongoing problem is that users keep clicking on links and/or attachments in emails and other documents. 176 more words

Pre-Installed Android Trojan

The Trojan Dr. Web calls Android.Triada.231 comes pre-installed (but not for your convenience) in the firmware of a number of Android mobile devices ‘ including Leagoo M5 Plus, Leagoo M8, Nomu S10, and Nomu S20.’ 50 more words


More about OSX/Dok

Further to my earlier post, here’s a link to more information from Checkpoint: OSX/Dok Refuses to Go Away and It’s After Your Money

See also their earlier post:  49 more words

OS X Malware

iOS App Store Scams Alert

Graham Cluley (www.grahamcluley.com) published an important alert for any consumer who uses the iOS app store. There are scammers who are using the app store website for various — and unfortunately, clever and successful — scams. 210 more words

Hacking Handbrake

A post by Graham Cluley for ESET describes how ‘A mirror download server for the popular tool HandBrake video file-transcoding app has been compromised by hackers, who replaced its Mac edition with malware.’ 13 more words

OS X Malware