Fake Chrome App Anchors Rapidly Worming ‘Smish’ Cyberattack

An ingenious attack on Android devices self-propagates, with the potential for a range of damage. A new Android malware that impersonates the Google Chrome app has spread to hundreds of thousands of people in the last few weeks, according to researchers. The fake app is being used as part of a sophisticated hybrid cyberattack campaign … Continue reading Fake Chrome App Anchors Rapidly Worming ‘Smish’ Cyberattack

New Buer Malware Downloader Rewritten in E-Z Rust Language

It’s coming in emails disguised as DHL Support shipping notices and is apparently getting prepped for leasing on the underground. A variant of the Buer malware, which is being distributed in emails disguised as DHL support shipping notices, comes with a fresh code rewrite in the popular Rust language and looks like it may be … Continue reading New Buer Malware Downloader Rewritten in E-Z Rust Language

FluBot Malwares Rapid Spread May Soon Hit US Phones

FluBot Malware's Rapid Spread May Soon Hit US Phones The FluBot Android malware has spread throughout several European countries through an SMS package delivery scam. A type of Android malware known as FluBot has been spreading through multiple European countries and may soon land on smartphones in the United States, security researchers warn. The operators … Continue reading FluBot Malwares Rapid Spread May Soon Hit US Phones

Emotet malware nukes itself today from all infected computers worldwide

Emotet, one of the most dangerous email spam botnets in recent history, is being uninstalled today from all infected devices with the help of a malware module delivered in January by law enforcement. The botnet's takedown is the result of an international law enforcement action that allowed investigators to take control of the Emotet's servers … Continue reading Emotet malware nukes itself today from all infected computers worldwide

New cryptomining malware builds an army of Windows, Linux bots

A recently discovered cryptomining botnet is actively scanning for vulnerable Windows and Linux enterprise servers and infecting them with Monero (XMRig) miner and self-spreader malware payloads. First spotted by Alibaba Cloud (Aliyun) security researchers in February (who dubbed it Sysrv-hello) and active since December 2020, the botnet has also landed on the radars of researchers … Continue reading New cryptomining malware builds an army of Windows, Linux bots