OneNote documents spread malware in several countries

A new phishing campaign abuses OneNote documents to infect computers with the infamous AsyncRAT malware, targeting users in the U.K., Canada and the U.S.
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Toxic Radioactive Pea-sized Capsule Found Near Australian Road

A mining company in Australia stands to be charged with dumping toxic radioactive material. Officials said the capsule the size of a pea was found south of the mining town of Newman on the Great Northern Highway. It was detected by a search vehicle tra…

Amazon Still Selling T95 TV Box with Pre-Installed Malware

By Deeba Ahmed
Malwarebytes has confirmed that, despite confirmed reports of the presence of pre-installed malware in T95 TV boxes, Amazon is still allowing their sale.
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Access management policy

Without appropriate access management controls, businesses are at significant risk from the loss or theft of both physical and digital assets. Access management controls establish who is allowed the appropriate level of access in order to do their jobs…

GitHub Reports Code-Signing Certificate Theft in Security Breach

By Deeba Ahmed
GitHub states that hackers gained access to its code repositories and stole code-signing certificates for two of its desktop apps: Desktop and Atom.
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