Experts Warns of Notable Increase in QuickBooks Data Files Theft Attacks – Tempemail

New research has uncovered a significant increase in QuickBooks file data theft using social engineering tricks to deliver malware and exploit the accounting software. “A majority of the time, the attack involves basic malware that is often signed, making it hard to detect using antivirus or other threat detection software,” Continue Reading

Experts Find a Way to Learn What You’re Typing During Video Calls – Tempemail

A new attack framework aims to infer keystrokes typed by a target user at the opposite end of a video conference call by simply leveraging the video feed to correlate observable body movements to the text being typed. The research was undertaken by Mohd Sabra, and Murtuza Jadliwala from the Continue Reading

N. Korean Hackers Targeting Security Experts to Steal Undisclosed Researches – Tempemail

Google on Monday disclosed details about an ongoing campaign carried out by a government-backed threat actor from North Korea that has targeted security researchers working on vulnerability research and development. The internet giant’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) said the adversary created a research blog and multiple profiles on various social Continue Reading

Experts Detail A Recent Remotely Exploitable Windows Vulnerability – Tempemail

More details have emerged about a security feature bypass vulnerability in Windows NT LAN Manager (NTLM) that was addressed by Microsoft as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday updates earlier this month. The flaw, tracked as CVE-2021-1678 (CVSS score 4.3), was described as a “remotely exploitable” flaw found in a Continue Reading

Should we celebrate Trump’s Twitter ban? Five free speech experts weigh in | Donald Trump

Last week, as Twitter permanently banned Trump from its platform, critics from the right have been quick to blame a “leftist” culture within tech companies for a crackdown on free speech. That is not without its contradictions – many people have expressed concerns about the decision, including Alexey Navalny and Continue Reading

Banning Trump won’t fix social media: 10 ideas to rebuild our broken internet – by experts | Social media

It was nearing midnight on Tuesday 12 January when the final plank of Donald Trump’s social media platform fell away. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Twitch, Snapchat and, finally, YouTube had all come to the same conclusion: that their platforms – multibillion dollar American companies that dominate American political discourse – could Continue Reading

Experts Uncover Malware Attacks Against Colombian Government and Companies – Tempemail

Cybersecurity researchers took the wraps off an ongoing surveillance campaign directed against Colombian government institutions and private companies in the energy and metallurgical industries. In a report published by ESET on Tuesday, the Slovak internet security company said the attacks — dubbed “Operation Spalax” — began in 2020, with the Continue Reading

Experts Sound Alarm On New Android Malware Sold On Hacking Forums – Tempemail

Cybersecurity researchers have exposed the operations of an Android malware vendor who teamed up with a second threat actor to market and sell a remote access Trojan (RAT) capable of device takeover and exfiltration of photos, locations, contacts, and messages from popular apps such as Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Skype, Telegram, Continue Reading

‘Four years of propaganda’: Trump social media bans come too late, experts say | Donald Trump- Tempemail

In the 24 hours since the US Capitol in Washington was seized by a Trump-supporting mob disputing the results of the 2020 election, American social media companies have barred the president from their platforms for spreading falsehoods and inciting the crowd. Facebook, Snapchat, and Twitch suspended Donald Trump indefinitely. Twitter Continue Reading