Android Trojan steals money from PayPal accounts even with 2FA on

ESET researchers discovered a new Android Trojan using a novel Accessibility-abusing technique that targets the official PayPal app, and is capable of bypassing PayPal’s two-factor authentication There is a new Trojan preying on Android users, and it has some nasty tricks up its sleeve. First detected by ESET in November 2018, the malware combines the […]

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Hashtag Trending – Meng Wanzhou’s elaborate bail plans, Google+ breach, Baby it’s cold outside

Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou makes her case for bail in a Vancouver courtroom. (You have to hear these conditions). Google Plus will be killed sooner than expected. And baby, it’s cold outside, but music streaming services aren’t putting the ice on this Christmas classic. Trending on Twitter, we learned more about Huawei’s chief […]

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Why isn’t it ?

By Chris Coyier On December 10, 2018 standards The way JavaScript works is we can do scripts as an inline block: let foo = “bar”; Or, if the script should be fetched from the network… /js/global.js With CSS, we can do an inline block of styles: <style> .foo { color: red; } </style> So why […]

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How Internet Savvy are Your Leaders?

Back in April 2015, I tweeted about receiving a letter via snail mail suggesting the search engine rankings for a domain registered in my name would suffer if I didn’t pay a bill for some kind of dubious-looking service I’d never heard of. But it wasn’t until the past week that it become clear how many […]

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How To Tell If Your Smartphone Has Been Hacked

Your home screen is just a matrix of numbers. Your device loses its charge quickly, or restarts suddenly. Or, you notice outgoing calls that you never dialed. Chances are your smartphone has been hacked. The sad truth is that hackers now have a multitude of ways to get into your phone, without ever touching it. […]

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Hackers on the Naughty, Nice, and Somewhere In-Between List

When we think of cyberattacks, we often first think of a black hat hacker furiously writing code behind a computer screen, executing the right combination in order to wreak havoc on innocent devices. In tandem with these cybercriminals are the white hat hackers sworn to protect users’ devices from the very threats enacted by black […]

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Cyber Security Today: Dec. 10, 2018 — Malicious attachments, support problems and it’s no toy

A new malware campaign includes targeted attachments, a games publisher’s customers get a surprise from its support centre and a reminder that kids’ Internet connected devices have to be patched. Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Monday December 10th. I’m Howard Solomon It may be the holiday season, but that doesn’t mean Internet scammers take […]

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Next Generation Dark Markets? Think Amazon or eBay for criminals

The “evolution” of these markets is making cybercrime easier than ever before Are you in the market for stolen data? How about some tools to help you steal data or make money by hijacking other people’s computers? Well you’re in luck. It is now easier than ever to engage in cybercrime thanks to “next generation” […]

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Helping Kids Deal with the Digital Rejection of ‘Ghosting’

Rejection is the unspoken risk that is present when we enter into any relationship be it a friendship or a love relationship. It’s a painful, inescapable part of life that most of us go to great lengths to avoid. That said, there’s a social media phenomenon called “ghosting” that can take the pain of rejection to […]

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Bomb Threat Hoaxer, DDos Boss Gets 3 Years

The ringleader of a gang of cyber hooligans that made bomb threats against hundreds of schools and launched distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against Web sites — including KrebsOnSecurity on multiple occasions — has been sentenced to three years in a U.K. prison, and faces the possibility of additional charges from U.S.-based law enforcement officials. George […]

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