Adobe has patched a zero-day vulnerability used by the BlackOasis APT to plant surveillance software developed by Gamma International.
On Monday, researchers from Kaspersky Lab revealed the new, previously unknown vulnerability which has been actively used in the wild by advanced persistent threat (APT) group BlackOasis.
Adobe released security updates for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS. This address two critical memory corruption vulnerabilities.
It’s Patch Tuesday, so if you run Microsoft Windows or Adobe products, it’s time to patch again. Microsoft issued a dozen patch bundles to fix 54 security flaws in Windows and Adobe released a new version of its Flash Player available that addresses at least three vulnerabilities.
After millions of people were targeted in a Gmail phishing attack yesterday that used a fake Google Doc to trick users into handing over access to their email account, Google is taking steps to make sure the next attack isn’t so widespread.
Earlier today we blogged about the ‘faked google docs shared with you’ scam which was spreading like wildfire. Thousands or perhaps millions of people got the emails, us included.
There is a fake ‘shared google docs’ email landing in inboxes everywhere. It will NOT share a document with you, but instead grants a hacker access to your gmail contacts list. DO NOT CLICK IT.