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  1. The decision to award the bug has been welcomed but one security researcher has said that they need to do more to compensate those who find bugs

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  2. ESET researchers publish their latest findings on a modular Trojan called DanaBot and on a cryptocurrency stealer that takes the form of clipper malware on Google Play.

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  3. Cryptocurrency stealers that replace a wallet address in the clipboard are no longer limited to Windows or shady Android app stores

    The post First clipper malware discovered on Google Play appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  4. ESET researchers have discovered new versions of the DanaBot Trojan, updated with a more complicated protocol for C&C communication and slight modifications to architecture and campaign IDs

    The post DanaBot updated with new C&C communication appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  5. The new tool aims to help in an age when billions of login credentials are floating around the internet

    The post Google rolls out Chrome extension to warn you about compromised logins appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  6. The watch has been found to expose its wearers to a high level of risk of being contacted and monitored by attackers

    The post European Commission orders recall of children’s smartwatch over privacy concerns appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  7. Citing an ongoing investigation, the company wouldn’t say how or when the incident occurred

    The post Houzz discloses data breach, asks some users to reset passwords appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  8. The recently discovered tranches of stolen login credentials freely floating around the internet total 2.2 billion records

    The post Four new caches of stolen logins put Collection #1 in the shade appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  9. ESET researchers have spotted a large wave of ransomware-spreading spam targeting Russian users. Researchers at ESET have also detected a substantial new wave of the “Love you” malspam campaign, updated to target Japan and spread GandCrab 5.1. Plus FaceTime bug bites Apple

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  10. Smart devices were targeted by more than one-half of cyberattacks detected in the country in 2017

    The post Japan to probe citizens’ IoT devices in the name of security appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

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