Google Chrome Once Again Target of Malicious Extensions

Researchers at network security vendor ICEBRG recently discovered four malicious extensions in the official Google Chrome Web Store with a combined user count of more than 500,000, and as with past incidents, the implications are serious for both consumers and enterprises. ICEBRG notified Google and three of the extensions have since been removed from the […] Source: www.threatpost.com

January 17, 2018
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Google Chrome Once Again Target of Malicious Extensions

Researchers at network security vendor ICEBRG recently discovered four malicious extensions in the official Google Chrome Web Store with a combined user count of more than 500,000, and as with past incidents, the implications are serious for both consumers and enterprises. ICEBRG notified Google and three of the extensions have since been removed from the […] Source: www.threatpost.com

January 17, 2018
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Safeguarding your biggest cybersecurity target: Executives

Senior executives are among the favorite targets of malicious hackers and other bad actors, in part because they are more likely to hold valuable information — or have a high level of access to such data. That’s why it’s so important for organizations to make sure C-level officers and other top executives are adhering to the strictest data protection standards and are using appropriate security technologies whenever possible, including when…

January 15, 2018
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Turla Targets Post Soviet States

Russian linked hackers Turla have been targeting consulates in post- Soviet states by using a new tool which uses malware to steal sensitive information, according to recent ESET research. View Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: IB Times The post Turla Targets Post Soviet States appeared first on IT SECURITY GURU. Source: http://www.itsecurityguru.org

January 10, 2018
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Cryptocurrency Mining Malware has links to N.Korea

A new malware too which installs software that mines virtual currency has links to North Korea, according to Security company AlienVault. View Full Story  ORIGINAL SOURCE: Dark Reading The post Cryptocurrency Mining Malware has links to N.Korea appeared first on IT SECURITY GURU. Source: http://www.itsecurityguru.org

January 9, 2018
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