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Paul troy 2021-11-27
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One can report spam on Coinbase via email and via sending a text. Way 2: Report spam via EmailYou might receive spam via a malicious link that is included with an email sent to your email account. Way 3: Report spam via PhoneTo stop receiving spam texts to your mobile number, you need to report the phishing SMS that you have received recently. For the people who are not aware of the ways to report spam on Coinbase login, we have mentioned clear steps above on this page. Hopefully, you have learned the ways to report spam on the coinbase login site.
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Ariya Rathi 2021-11-09

We’ll explain everything you need to defend your company and your customers.Email Spoofing: What Is It?Email spoofing is when a fraudster forges an email headers ‘From’ address to make it appear as if it was sent by someone else.

If the victim replies, the reply will go to the source of the spoofed email, which can be used to trick the victim into disclosing confidential information or sending money.In the email world, knowing who you received a message from is as important as knowing what they said.

Email spoofing is when a fraudster forges an email headers ‘From’ address to make it appear as if it was sent by someone else, usually a high-level executive.

Cybercriminals use spoofed emails to try to steal sensitive information or login credentials from users they don't know, which they do with embedded links leading to phishing sites.Email spoofing is a form of identity deception and one category of this attack is email phishing.

Email spoofing can enable attackers to trick unsuspecting people into revealing valuable personal data.

The sender address is often made to look like the address of an existing employee in the company.

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Lakeisha Naron 2016-05-18
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Swedish Radio warns: false article about the terrorist attacks on the Arlanda spreading malware.

At noon today joined the Swedish Radio issued a warning about a fake news article that started to spread on the web.

It is also alleged that the echo broadcast from the event.

To click further into the article may cause the software with malware installed on your computer.

Read also: Beware of old-school e-mail scam - "friends" asking you for money

The Swedish Radio would stand behind the article is rejected, among other things through a Facebook Post in the public service company.

In other words: Arlanda is under attack - not further spread the malicious link under any circumstances.

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Jose Breland 2017-07-25
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When the security firm Cisco earlier this year unveiled its report of the 2016 hit the fixed that the spam e-mails was again in the ascendant, then some of the companies in the survey reported that a full 65 percent of the e-mails they received was just spam.

to get to grips with the problem, Microsoft has now developed a new security feature in Office 365 that uses machine learning to scan the inbox for malicious content.

the Technology that is called for Advaced Threat Protection (ATP) first analyze the contents of the inbox, and try also to open the attachments in a protected environment, a so-called ”detonationskammare”, in order to determine that the content is safe.

When it comes to links analyze the ATP content in real-time and warns the user before the hen accidentally press on a malicious link.

”With our ATP services can security threats be stopped before the malicious code from reaching your users.

There will be an additional protection and filters that hinder infringement and protect sensitive business information falling into the wrong hands,” says Daniel Siberg, head of Office, in a press release.

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Victor Schenck 2016-05-18
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Swedish Radio warns: false article about the terrorist attacks on the Arlanda spreading malware.

At noon today joined the Swedish Radio issued a warning about a fake news article that started to spread on the web.

It is also alleged that the echo broadcast from the event.

To click further into the article may cause the software with malware installed on your computer.

Read also: Beware of old-school e-mail scam - "friends" asking you for money

The Swedish Radio would stand behind the article is rejected, among other things through a Facebook Post in the public service company.

In other words: Arlanda is under attack - not further spread the malicious link under any circumstances.

collect
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grace edens 2021-02-05

In phishing scams, they send the email which contains the malicious link to the user and when the user open this email and click on this malicious link, then malware automatically install in their device.

The user can install Webroot security software in their device through www.webroot.com/safe download the free with key 2021.Tips to Recognize Phishing Attempt: Check Spelling and Grammar Mistakes:Generally, when you receive emails or watch ads which come from legitimate companies, then you will not find any kind of spelling mistake.

Because their entire team work and make sure that they are sending the correct ads or email to the user.

But on the other hand, Phishers don’t work in the proper manner as their main motive is to trap the person and make money from him.

In this email, they use a slightly different email domain like neflix so that it looks legitimate.

If you want to spot these cyber attacks, then you have to catch this misspelled and illegitimate email addresses before you become the victim.

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Johnny Ament 2017-05-31
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p Google today announced an update to Gmail aimed at businesses.

Three security features are rolling out to the email service: early phishing detection using machine learning, click-time warnings for malicious links, and unintended external reply warnings.

The first two already exist for Gmail users and are now being made available to enterprises, while the last one is completely new.

Gmail already uses machine learning to block spam and phishing messages from showing up in your inbox — “with over 99.9 percent accuracy,” Google claims.

Early phishing detection is a dedicated machine learning model that selectively delays messages to perform rigorous phishing analysis and further protect user data from compromise.

For those worried about Gmail delaying too many emails, Google is promising that “less than 0.05 percent of messages on average” will be affected and that the delay will be no more than four minutes.

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BlockchainX 2021-06-07
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The motivation for cryptojacking is simple: money. For someone who has limited resources and questionable morale, cryptojacking is an affordable and effective way to mine valuable coins. The user clicks on a malicious link in an email that uploads cryptocurrency mining code directly to the computer. Once the computer is infected, the cryptojacker begins to work around the clock to extract cryptocurrencies, staying hidden in the background. Like malvertising exploits , the scheme involves embedding a snippet of JavaScript code into a web page. "Random cryptocurrency mining can infect even Android mobile devices."
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articale creation 2021-07-07
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As the UK continues to figure from home, one crucial aspect of our new working methods – with employees scattered across regions, accessing sensitive company information from various official or personal devices – is data sensitivity Risk of data breach.

Without our usual headquarters hubs, staffed with expert IT teams and potentially the previous IT infrastructure, businesses may become more vulnerable via their employees’ actions.

Companies have less control over employees’ online behaviour, even right down to ‘don’t click that suspicious link’, or warning against phishing emails sent to all or any company email addresses.

the foremost common data breaches are the results of a cyber attack where private, sensitive and confidential data is accessed and sometimes stolen by criminals how to avoid phishing scams.

Malware (or “malicious software”) may be a programme or code designed to probe systems and harm your computer or software.

types of physical security breaches in IT  Denial of Service (DoS) is where a tool or network resource is formed unavailable to its owners/users by disrupting the services of the host connected to the web , by attempting to overload the systems with excessive requests that prevent legitimate requests from being fulfilled.

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Michael Wilson 2019-05-03
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Rather than needing to phish, attackers are simply “causing the affected server to download a copy of the ransomware from attacker-controlled IP addresses”

Oracle WebLogic Server users need to patch their systems urgently, with a critical remote code execution vulnerability being widely exploited in the wild, including for delivery of a previously unseen ransomware variant, cybersecurity researchers say.

Oracle broke with its normal patch cycle to release an emergency patch on April 26.

The vulnerability has a “critical” CVSS score of 9.8, indicating how severe the issue is.

The exploit allows attackers to remotely control victim hosts and execute code, install persistence and laterally move throughout the network: “Exploit code has been released into the public domain and we have observed active attacks against our customer base using this vulnerability”, Alert Logic said of the vuln: CNVD-C-2019-48814.

The Oracle WebLogic vulnerability Can be Exploited over a Network without the need for a Username and Password.

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Edmond Mccolpin 2018-10-31
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Twitter is adding more nuance to its spam reporting tools, the company announced today.

Instead of simply flagging a tweet as posting spam, users can now specify what kind of spam you’re seeing by way of a new menu of choices.

Among these is the option to report spam you believe to be from a fake Twitter account.

Now, when you tap the “Report Tweet” option and choose “It’s suspicious or spam” from the first menu, you’re presented with a new selection of choices where you can pick what kind of spam the tweet contains.

Here, you can pick from options that specify if the tweet is posting a malicious link of some kind, if it’s from a fake account, if it’s using the Reply function to send spam, or if it’s using unrelated hashtags.

These last two tricks are regularly used by spammers to increase the visibility of their tweets.

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Mary Jones 2019-06-20
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For three weeks, Riviera Beach, a city of 35,000 people in Florida, had its computer systems held hostage.

On Monday, the city council voted unanimously to pay $600,000 to hackers who caused the problems.

After a city employee clicked on a malicious link in an email, ransomware quickly spread throughout Riviera Beach's computer network, locking it down unless someone paid the 65 bitcoin ransom.

Emails wouldn't work, 911 calls couldn't enter into computer records, and systems that controlled water utility were offline, according to the Palm Beach Post.

The payment will come from the city's insurer, though it's still unclear if the hackers will decrypt the locked files after.

US law enforcement agencies often recommend that ransomware victims do not pay the hackers, pointing out that there's no guarantee that hackers will comply, and also paying incentivizes cybercriminals to strike again.

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Jeanette Perea 2019-07-23
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Under penetration testing, Jisc – the UK provider of ICT services for the education sector, said there was a 100 percent track record of gaining access to high-value data within two hours.

“Lancaster University has been subject to a sophisticated and malicious phishing attack which has resulted in breaches of student and applicant data,” said the university.

“The matter has been reported to law enforcement agencies and we are now working closely with them.”

It said that there had been two breaches of data.

The first breach concerned undergraduate student applicant data records for 2019 and 2020 entry.

The university said that it acted as soon as it became aware that Lancaster was the source of the breach on Friday and established an incident team to handle the situation.

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Loyd Davis 2017-05-17
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p A Google Chrome vulnerability allows hackers to steal people's Windows login credentials and launch SMB (Server Message Block) relay attacks, according to security experts.

The attack technique that can allow credential theft is a combination of two different techniques, one of which was borrowed from the Stuxnet campaign and the other from a technique demonstrated at a Black Hat conference by two security researchers.

The Google Chrome vulnerability was uncovered by DefenceCode security engineer Bosko Stankovic, who said in a blog that he found the flaw in a default configuration of Chrome running on Windows 10.

"Currently, the attacker just needs to entice the victim (using fully updated Google Chrome and Windows) to visit his web site to be able to proceed and reuse victim's authentication credentials," Stankovic said.

He added that this vulnerability poses a threat not just to privileged users such as administrators but also to regular users and organisations since it "it enables the attacker to impersonate members of the organisation".

Hackers can also "immediately reuse" stolen credentials and privileges gained to launch further attacks "on other users or gain access and control of IT resources".

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Henry Lawrence 2017-06-22
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Documents published Thursday purport to show how the Central Intelligence Agency has used USB drives to infiltrate computers so sensitive they are severed from the Internet to prevent them from being infected.

More than 150 pages of materials published by WikiLeaks describe a platform code-named Brutal Kangaroo that includes a sprawling collection of components to target computers and networks that aren't connected to the Internet.

Drifting Deadline was a tool that was installed on computers of interest.

When the drive was later plugged into air-gapped machines, the drive would infect them with one or more pieces of malware suited to the mission at hand.

A Microsoft representative said none of the exploits described work on supported versions of Windows.

The so-called EZCheese exploit, which was neutralized by a patch Microsoft appears to have released in 2015, worked anytime a malicious file icon was displayed by the Windows explorer.

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Scott Morell 2017-03-21
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It may look harmless enough, with its random pattern of tiny black squares on a white grid, but the next time you scan one of China’s ubiquitous QR codes, you could end up seriously out of pocket.

Because the seemingly innocuous barcode may be hiding malevolent software ready to latch itself onto your smartphone and drain your bank account.

In Guangdong province, about 90 million yuan (US$13 million) has reportedly been stolen via QR code scams, according to a report this month in the Southern Metropolis Daily.

According to other Chinese news reports, policemen in Foshan, a city in the same province, recently arrested a man on suspicion of pocketing 900,000 yuan through QR code frauds.

Scammers have also been profiting handsomely from the mainland’s multibillion dollar bike-sharing industry.

The proliferation of this type of crime has been made possible by the explosion of mobile payments in China, as the concept of a cashless society moves ever closer to becoming a reality.

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Paul troy 2021-11-27
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One can report spam on Coinbase via email and via sending a text. Way 2: Report spam via EmailYou might receive spam via a malicious link that is included with an email sent to your email account. Way 3: Report spam via PhoneTo stop receiving spam texts to your mobile number, you need to report the phishing SMS that you have received recently. For the people who are not aware of the ways to report spam on Coinbase login, we have mentioned clear steps above on this page. Hopefully, you have learned the ways to report spam on the coinbase login site.
Lakeisha Naron 2016-05-18
img

Swedish Radio warns: false article about the terrorist attacks on the Arlanda spreading malware.

At noon today joined the Swedish Radio issued a warning about a fake news article that started to spread on the web.

It is also alleged that the echo broadcast from the event.

To click further into the article may cause the software with malware installed on your computer.

Read also: Beware of old-school e-mail scam - "friends" asking you for money

The Swedish Radio would stand behind the article is rejected, among other things through a Facebook Post in the public service company.

In other words: Arlanda is under attack - not further spread the malicious link under any circumstances.

Victor Schenck 2016-05-18
img

Swedish Radio warns: false article about the terrorist attacks on the Arlanda spreading malware.

At noon today joined the Swedish Radio issued a warning about a fake news article that started to spread on the web.

It is also alleged that the echo broadcast from the event.

To click further into the article may cause the software with malware installed on your computer.

Read also: Beware of old-school e-mail scam - "friends" asking you for money

The Swedish Radio would stand behind the article is rejected, among other things through a Facebook Post in the public service company.

In other words: Arlanda is under attack - not further spread the malicious link under any circumstances.

Johnny Ament 2017-05-31
img

p Google today announced an update to Gmail aimed at businesses.

Three security features are rolling out to the email service: early phishing detection using machine learning, click-time warnings for malicious links, and unintended external reply warnings.

The first two already exist for Gmail users and are now being made available to enterprises, while the last one is completely new.

Gmail already uses machine learning to block spam and phishing messages from showing up in your inbox — “with over 99.9 percent accuracy,” Google claims.

Early phishing detection is a dedicated machine learning model that selectively delays messages to perform rigorous phishing analysis and further protect user data from compromise.

For those worried about Gmail delaying too many emails, Google is promising that “less than 0.05 percent of messages on average” will be affected and that the delay will be no more than four minutes.

articale creation 2021-07-07
img

As the UK continues to figure from home, one crucial aspect of our new working methods – with employees scattered across regions, accessing sensitive company information from various official or personal devices – is data sensitivity Risk of data breach.

Without our usual headquarters hubs, staffed with expert IT teams and potentially the previous IT infrastructure, businesses may become more vulnerable via their employees’ actions.

Companies have less control over employees’ online behaviour, even right down to ‘don’t click that suspicious link’, or warning against phishing emails sent to all or any company email addresses.

the foremost common data breaches are the results of a cyber attack where private, sensitive and confidential data is accessed and sometimes stolen by criminals how to avoid phishing scams.

Malware (or “malicious software”) may be a programme or code designed to probe systems and harm your computer or software.

types of physical security breaches in IT  Denial of Service (DoS) is where a tool or network resource is formed unavailable to its owners/users by disrupting the services of the host connected to the web , by attempting to overload the systems with excessive requests that prevent legitimate requests from being fulfilled.

Edmond Mccolpin 2018-10-31
img

Twitter is adding more nuance to its spam reporting tools, the company announced today.

Instead of simply flagging a tweet as posting spam, users can now specify what kind of spam you’re seeing by way of a new menu of choices.

Among these is the option to report spam you believe to be from a fake Twitter account.

Now, when you tap the “Report Tweet” option and choose “It’s suspicious or spam” from the first menu, you’re presented with a new selection of choices where you can pick what kind of spam the tweet contains.

Here, you can pick from options that specify if the tweet is posting a malicious link of some kind, if it’s from a fake account, if it’s using the Reply function to send spam, or if it’s using unrelated hashtags.

These last two tricks are regularly used by spammers to increase the visibility of their tweets.

Jeanette Perea 2019-07-23
img

Under penetration testing, Jisc – the UK provider of ICT services for the education sector, said there was a 100 percent track record of gaining access to high-value data within two hours.

“Lancaster University has been subject to a sophisticated and malicious phishing attack which has resulted in breaches of student and applicant data,” said the university.

“The matter has been reported to law enforcement agencies and we are now working closely with them.”

It said that there had been two breaches of data.

The first breach concerned undergraduate student applicant data records for 2019 and 2020 entry.

The university said that it acted as soon as it became aware that Lancaster was the source of the breach on Friday and established an incident team to handle the situation.

Henry Lawrence 2017-06-22
img

Documents published Thursday purport to show how the Central Intelligence Agency has used USB drives to infiltrate computers so sensitive they are severed from the Internet to prevent them from being infected.

More than 150 pages of materials published by WikiLeaks describe a platform code-named Brutal Kangaroo that includes a sprawling collection of components to target computers and networks that aren't connected to the Internet.

Drifting Deadline was a tool that was installed on computers of interest.

When the drive was later plugged into air-gapped machines, the drive would infect them with one or more pieces of malware suited to the mission at hand.

A Microsoft representative said none of the exploits described work on supported versions of Windows.

The so-called EZCheese exploit, which was neutralized by a patch Microsoft appears to have released in 2015, worked anytime a malicious file icon was displayed by the Windows explorer.

Ariya Rathi 2021-11-09

We’ll explain everything you need to defend your company and your customers.Email Spoofing: What Is It?Email spoofing is when a fraudster forges an email headers ‘From’ address to make it appear as if it was sent by someone else.

If the victim replies, the reply will go to the source of the spoofed email, which can be used to trick the victim into disclosing confidential information or sending money.In the email world, knowing who you received a message from is as important as knowing what they said.

Email spoofing is when a fraudster forges an email headers ‘From’ address to make it appear as if it was sent by someone else, usually a high-level executive.

Cybercriminals use spoofed emails to try to steal sensitive information or login credentials from users they don't know, which they do with embedded links leading to phishing sites.Email spoofing is a form of identity deception and one category of this attack is email phishing.

Email spoofing can enable attackers to trick unsuspecting people into revealing valuable personal data.

The sender address is often made to look like the address of an existing employee in the company.

Jose Breland 2017-07-25
img

When the security firm Cisco earlier this year unveiled its report of the 2016 hit the fixed that the spam e-mails was again in the ascendant, then some of the companies in the survey reported that a full 65 percent of the e-mails they received was just spam.

to get to grips with the problem, Microsoft has now developed a new security feature in Office 365 that uses machine learning to scan the inbox for malicious content.

the Technology that is called for Advaced Threat Protection (ATP) first analyze the contents of the inbox, and try also to open the attachments in a protected environment, a so-called ”detonationskammare”, in order to determine that the content is safe.

When it comes to links analyze the ATP content in real-time and warns the user before the hen accidentally press on a malicious link.

”With our ATP services can security threats be stopped before the malicious code from reaching your users.

There will be an additional protection and filters that hinder infringement and protect sensitive business information falling into the wrong hands,” says Daniel Siberg, head of Office, in a press release.

grace edens 2021-02-05

In phishing scams, they send the email which contains the malicious link to the user and when the user open this email and click on this malicious link, then malware automatically install in their device.

The user can install Webroot security software in their device through www.webroot.com/safe download the free with key 2021.Tips to Recognize Phishing Attempt: Check Spelling and Grammar Mistakes:Generally, when you receive emails or watch ads which come from legitimate companies, then you will not find any kind of spelling mistake.

Because their entire team work and make sure that they are sending the correct ads or email to the user.

But on the other hand, Phishers don’t work in the proper manner as their main motive is to trap the person and make money from him.

In this email, they use a slightly different email domain like neflix so that it looks legitimate.

If you want to spot these cyber attacks, then you have to catch this misspelled and illegitimate email addresses before you become the victim.

BlockchainX 2021-06-07
img
The motivation for cryptojacking is simple: money. For someone who has limited resources and questionable morale, cryptojacking is an affordable and effective way to mine valuable coins. The user clicks on a malicious link in an email that uploads cryptocurrency mining code directly to the computer. Once the computer is infected, the cryptojacker begins to work around the clock to extract cryptocurrencies, staying hidden in the background. Like malvertising exploits , the scheme involves embedding a snippet of JavaScript code into a web page. "Random cryptocurrency mining can infect even Android mobile devices."
Michael Wilson 2019-05-03
img

Rather than needing to phish, attackers are simply “causing the affected server to download a copy of the ransomware from attacker-controlled IP addresses”

Oracle WebLogic Server users need to patch their systems urgently, with a critical remote code execution vulnerability being widely exploited in the wild, including for delivery of a previously unseen ransomware variant, cybersecurity researchers say.

Oracle broke with its normal patch cycle to release an emergency patch on April 26.

The vulnerability has a “critical” CVSS score of 9.8, indicating how severe the issue is.

The exploit allows attackers to remotely control victim hosts and execute code, install persistence and laterally move throughout the network: “Exploit code has been released into the public domain and we have observed active attacks against our customer base using this vulnerability”, Alert Logic said of the vuln: CNVD-C-2019-48814.

The Oracle WebLogic vulnerability Can be Exploited over a Network without the need for a Username and Password.

Mary Jones 2019-06-20
img

For three weeks, Riviera Beach, a city of 35,000 people in Florida, had its computer systems held hostage.

On Monday, the city council voted unanimously to pay $600,000 to hackers who caused the problems.

After a city employee clicked on a malicious link in an email, ransomware quickly spread throughout Riviera Beach's computer network, locking it down unless someone paid the 65 bitcoin ransom.

Emails wouldn't work, 911 calls couldn't enter into computer records, and systems that controlled water utility were offline, according to the Palm Beach Post.

The payment will come from the city's insurer, though it's still unclear if the hackers will decrypt the locked files after.

US law enforcement agencies often recommend that ransomware victims do not pay the hackers, pointing out that there's no guarantee that hackers will comply, and also paying incentivizes cybercriminals to strike again.

Loyd Davis 2017-05-17
img

p A Google Chrome vulnerability allows hackers to steal people's Windows login credentials and launch SMB (Server Message Block) relay attacks, according to security experts.

The attack technique that can allow credential theft is a combination of two different techniques, one of which was borrowed from the Stuxnet campaign and the other from a technique demonstrated at a Black Hat conference by two security researchers.

The Google Chrome vulnerability was uncovered by DefenceCode security engineer Bosko Stankovic, who said in a blog that he found the flaw in a default configuration of Chrome running on Windows 10.

"Currently, the attacker just needs to entice the victim (using fully updated Google Chrome and Windows) to visit his web site to be able to proceed and reuse victim's authentication credentials," Stankovic said.

He added that this vulnerability poses a threat not just to privileged users such as administrators but also to regular users and organisations since it "it enables the attacker to impersonate members of the organisation".

Hackers can also "immediately reuse" stolen credentials and privileges gained to launch further attacks "on other users or gain access and control of IT resources".

Scott Morell 2017-03-21
img

It may look harmless enough, with its random pattern of tiny black squares on a white grid, but the next time you scan one of China’s ubiquitous QR codes, you could end up seriously out of pocket.

Because the seemingly innocuous barcode may be hiding malevolent software ready to latch itself onto your smartphone and drain your bank account.

In Guangdong province, about 90 million yuan (US$13 million) has reportedly been stolen via QR code scams, according to a report this month in the Southern Metropolis Daily.

According to other Chinese news reports, policemen in Foshan, a city in the same province, recently arrested a man on suspicion of pocketing 900,000 yuan through QR code frauds.

Scammers have also been profiting handsomely from the mainland’s multibillion dollar bike-sharing industry.

The proliferation of this type of crime has been made possible by the explosion of mobile payments in China, as the concept of a cashless society moves ever closer to becoming a reality.