Facebook Finally Cracks Down on QAnon

Facebook Finally Cracks Down on QAnon

Carnival disclosed this week that it was the latest victim, though the company said in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing that the fallout should be limited.

China Distributes Spyware at Its Border and Beyond

China Distributes Spyware at Its Border and Beyond

Though they are developed by well-known companies and the location sharing is advertised for accepted uses, these apps also have the potential to be exploited by attackers who have access to victim devices.

Mysterious Hackers Hid Their Swiss Army Spyware for 5 Years

Mysterious Hackers Hid Their Swiss Army Spyware for 5 Years

Shulmin says Kaspersky hasn't yet been able to connect TajMahal, named for a file the spyware uses to move stolen data off a victim's machine, to any known hacker groups with the usual methods of code-matching, shared infrastructure, or familiar techniques.

'Exodus' Spyware Posed as a Legit iOS App

'Exodus' Spyware Posed as a Legit iOS App

The iOS version of Exodus, built to look like a mobile carrier support app, used all of the mechanisms iOS offers legitimate apps to grab as much of a target’s data as possible.