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Google has pulled several “stalkerware” ads that violated its policies by promoting apps that encouraged prospective users to spy on their spouses’ phone. These consumer-grade spyware apps are often marketed to parents wishing to monitor their child’s calls, messages, apps, photos and location, often under the guise of protecting against predators. But these apps, which are often designed to be installed surreptitiously and without the device owner’s consent, have been repurposed by abusers to spy on the phones of their spouses. The rise in the use of so-called “stalkerware”...
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We like to wish all Canadians a very Happy ThanksGiving and have the best time with Family and Friends
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It’s been awhile since we’ve used anything aside from WhatsApp, Telegram and the like. So long that we’ve forgotten our old chat rooms are like. Like, you know, mIRC and ICQ. So…   What happened to mIRC? So if you’re wondering what has happened to the mIRC, you can rest assured that they’re still alive and kicking (surprise, surprise?). A quick search will present the official mIRC website, with the registration and download links still up, so you’re free to return to your good ol’ days. It looks cleaned up as well, with an interface that isn’t too...
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An "insidious" new SMS smishing malware has been found targeting Android mobile users in the U.S. and Canada as part of an ongoing campaign that uses SMS text message lures related to COVID-19 regulations and vaccine information in an attempt to steal personal and financial data. Proofpoint's messaging security subsidiary Cloudmark coined the emerging malware "TangleBot." "The malware has been given the moniker TangleBot because of its many levels of obfuscation and control over a myriad of entangled device functions, including contacts, SMS and phone capabilities, call logs,...
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Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed a novel technique adopted by threat actors to deliberately evade detection with the help of malformed digital signatures of its malware payloads. "Attackers created malformed code signatures that are treated as valid by Windows but are not able to be decoded or checked by OpenSSL code — which is used in a number of security scanning products," Google Threat Analysis Group's Neel Mehta said in a write-up published on Thursday. The new mechanism was observed to be exploited by a notorious family of unwanted software known...

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