Last week on Malwarebytes Labs:
- RDP brute force attacks explained
- The 3 biggest threats reaching for your antivirus software’s off switch
- Zoom and gloom? Video comms org agrees to settle for $85m
- COVID-19 vaccine appointment system attacked in Italy
- Chrome casts away the padlock - is it good riddance or farewell?
- NSA issues advice for securing wireless devices
- What is Tor?
- Amazon will pay you $10 for your palm prints. Should you be worried?
- Edge’s Super Duper Secure Mode benchmarked: How much speed would you trade for security?
- Apple’s search for child abuse imagery raises serious privacy questions
Other cybersecurity news:
- New phishing attack "sneakier than usual" (Source: ZDNet)
- Can the public cloud become confidential? (Source: Help Net Security)
- UK’s Ministry of Defence coughs up bug bounties for crowdsourced pentesting (Source: The Register)
- FTC warns of phishing text scam (Source: Infosecurity Magazine)
- Chipotle marketing emails hijacked to spread malware (Source: Security Boulevard)
- Prometheus TDS: The $250 service behind recent malware attacks (Source: Bleeping Computer)
- Raccoon stealer bundles malware, propagates via Google SEO (Source: ThreatPost)
- Microsoft says LemonDuck malware could be tricky to shift (Source: TechRadar)
- Warning over Facebook scam in Redcar (Source: The Northern Echo)
- U.S. Attorney: Providence man turned to social media to help in fraud scheme (Source: The Providence Journal)