A week in security (March 14 – 20)
Last week on Malwarebytes Labs:
- Beware of this bogus (and phishy) “Instagram Support” email
- Meet Exotic Lily, access broker for ransomware and other malware peddlers
- Double header: IsaacWiper and CaddyWiper
- How to protect RDP
- Online Safety Bill’s provisions for “legal but harmful” content described as “censor’s charter”
- Deepfake Zelenskyy video surfaces on compromised websites
- Gh0stCringe RAT makes database servers squeal for protection
- Clouding the issue: what cloud threats lie in wait in 2022?
- FBI catches up with one of its Most Wanted, arrests head of advance-fee crime network
- “Threatening and coercive” cold-callers who targeted the elderly hit with big fines
- CafePress faces $500,000 fine for data breach cover up
- Valorant cheats on YouTube are actually information-stealing malware
- Fake Royal Mail chatbot offers up…a new iPhone?
- Escobar is the new Android banking Trojan we’ve met before
- DDoS barrage against Israel described as the “largest ever” cyberattack its faced
- Update now! Apple fixes several serious vulnerabilities in iOS and macOS
- Stolen Nvidia certificates used to sign malware—here’s what to do
- De-Googling Carey Parker’s (and your) life: Lock and Code S03E06
- CISA list of 95 new known exploited vulnerabilities raises questions
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