Last week on Malwarebytes Labs, we highlighted the benefits and concerns of identity-as-a-service (IDaaS), an identity management scheme deployed from the cloud; reported on scammers and squatters taking advantage of Rudy Giuliani’s Twitter typos; and gave a high-level overview of RobbinHood, the latest ransomware baddie to specifically target organizations.
Other cybersecurity news
- Hundreds of Israeli soldiers’ mobile phones were compromised after Hamas cyber militants catfished them into downloading malware. (Source: Forbes)
- LokiBot was found impersonating Epic Games’ client installer. (Source: Trend Micro Security Intelligence Blog)
- Almost half of Internet-connected medical devices suffer from the BlueKeep vulnerability. (Source: ZDNet)
- Voatz, a voting app, was found to be insecure and vulnerable to hacking, according to MIT researchers. (Source: MeriTalk)
- Unsigned peripheral firmware in Wi-Fi adapters, USB hubs, track pads, and cameras put Windows and Linux systems at risk of attack, according to researchers from Eclypsium. (Source: Bleeping Computer)
- Researchers from Cisco and Jamila Kaya have found hundreds of fraudulent Chrome extension apps that were only designed to capture user information. (Source: Inc.com)
- Evolutionary ransomware was seen targeting a pipeline operator. Experts signal this as potential change in the way ransomware will behave in the future. (Source: Fifth Domain)
- A popular video gaming channel on YouTube got hacked by crypto scammers to collect Bitcoin from its 1.8 million subscribers. (Source: HackRead)
- Speaking of crypto, scammers are at it again on Twitter—with some compromising legitimate accounts while others are inserting themselves into conversations before dropping the fake giveaway. (Source: Tenable Security Blog)
- A politician in India was found using deepfakes technology to reach different linguistic voter bases during their current election campaign. Videos of this politician went viral on WhatsApp. (Source: Vice)
Stay safe, everyone!