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  1. Analysis of Numando banking trojan, steps to mitigate attack surface, and more! – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

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  2. The (probably) penultimate post in our occasional series demystifying Latin American banking trojans.

    The post Numando: Count once, code twice appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  3. The most recent Patch Tuesday includes a fix for the previously disclosed and actively exploited remote code execution flaw in MSHTML.

    The post Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes actively exploited zero‑day and 85 other flaws appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  4. The Facebook-owned messaging service plans to roll out the feature to both iOS and Android users in the coming weeks.

    The post WhatsApp announces end‑to‑end encrypted backups appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  5. Discover the best ways to mitigate your organization's attack surface, in order to maximize cybersecurity.

    The post What is a cyberattack surface and how can you reduce it? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  6. From cybercriminal evergreens like phishing to the verification badge scam, we look at the most common tactics fraudsters use to trick their victims

    The post Beware of these 5 common scams you can encounter on Instagram appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  7. Cyberespionnage against Kurdish ethnic group, and more! – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

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  8. Elderly men and women were the main targets of the romance scams operated by the fraudsters.

    The post Victims duped out of US$1.8 million by BEC and romance scam ring appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  9. The university suffered a ransomware attack; however, there is no evidence so far of data being accessed or stolen.

    The post Howard University suffers cyberattack, suspends online classes in aftermath appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  10. Following the incident the company has updated its website and privacy policy to clarify its legal obligations to its userbase

    The post ProtonMail forced to log user’s IP address after an order from Swiss authorities appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

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