ESET catches spyware posing as Telegram, Android messaging apps
It's the latest example of mobile malware aiming to sneak onto user devices.
Chinese cyber power is neck-and-neck with US, Harvard research finds
The study also found that several countries that are not currently considered conventional cyber powers are rising on the world stage.
How a new federal policy for telling election officials about cyber-intrusions got put to use
A phishing incident in Missouri shows that protocols put into place after 2016 are working, according to several federal and state election security officials.
DOD, FBI, DHS release info on malware used in Chinese government-led hacking campaigns
The release is the first time the government has called out malware thought to be Chinese in origin.
Google bans stalkerware marketing in ad policy adjustment, but leaves big loophole
Google says it will no longer allow advertisements that promote surveillance technology used for intimate partner surveillance — but there's a significant loophole in the policy update.
Chinese mobile surveillance of Uighurs more pervasive than previously thought, researchers say
The spying tools have been in use for years.
During a pandemic, stalkerware becomes even more sinister
Stalkerware detections have increased, some security researchers say, as the COVID-19 pandemic forces people to possibly quarantine with domestic abusers.
'Valak' gives crooks flexibility in multi-stage malware attacks
More than just a “loader” that delivers malicious code, Valak can also be used to siphon off data from enterprise networks.
US financial regulator warns of 'widespread' phishing campaign
The notice did not cite any specific security incidents which may have inspired the bulletin.
'EventBot' comes online amid flurry of regularly updated banking trojans
It could only be a matter of time before the hackers begin using the malware against banking customers.