Security Newsletter
03 May 2021
Hackers Used ‘Mind-Blowing’ Bug to Sneak Past macOS Safeguards
With macOS malware on the rise, Apple has been busy in recent years adding layers of protections that make it a lot more difficult for malicious software to run on Macs.
But a vulnerability in the operating system, publicly disclosed and patched on April 26, was exploited to bypass all of them.
Attackers could craft their malware strategically to trick the operating system into letting it run even if it failed key safety checks along the way.
Read More on Wired
Technical details on Objective-see
FBI shares 4 million email addresses used by Emotet with Have I Been Pwned
Millions of email addresses collected by Emotet botnet for malware distribution campaigns have been shared by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as part of the agency’s effort to clean infected computers.
Individuals and domain owners can now learn if Emotet impacted their accounts by searching the database with email addresses stolen by the malware.
Read More on Bleeping Computer
Even More on Troy Hunt's blog
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