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Norton 360 Now Comes With a Cryptominer

Krebs on Security

Norton 360 , one of the most popular antivirus products on the market today, has installed a cryptocurrency mining program on its customers’ computers. According to the FAQ posted on its site , “ Norton Crypto ” will mine Ethereum (ETH) cryptocurrency while the customer’s computer is idle.

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Steelcase office furniture giant hit by Ryuk ransomware attack

Security Affairs

Steelcase is a US-based furniture company that produces office furniture, architectural and technology products for office environments and the education, health care and retail industries. Bleeping Computer, citing a source in the cybersecurity industry, confirmed that Steelcase suffered a Ryuk ransomware attack.

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Security Affairs newsletter Round 181 – News of the week

Security Affairs

Google Android team found high severity flaw in Honeywell Android-based handheld computers. Magecart cybercrime group stole customers credit cards from Newegg electronics retailer. Ngrok Mining Botnet. Researcher devised a new CSS & HTML attack that causes iPhone reboot or freezes Macs. Sustes Malware: CPU for Monero.

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Extending intranets to hard-to-reach staff: Controlled documents kiosk example

ChiefTech

Dendrobium mine is the first to trial the iPICK(Information Point, Illawarra Coal Kiosk) technology, with management, contractors and employees enjoying improved access to information and reduced complexity.

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Happy 13th Birthday, KrebsOnSecurity!

Krebs on Security

You just knew 2022 was going to be The Year of Crypto Grift when two of the world’s most popular antivirus makers — Norton and Avira — kicked things off by installing cryptocurrency mining programs on customer computers. ” The employees who kept things running for RSOCKS, circa 2016.

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The Hacker Mind Podcast: Surviving Stalkerware

ForAllSecure

It's important that people think this isn't mine. In practice, it's almost always, it's usually something more, more mundane, like a shared password or, or just someone who occasionally has access to the device, you know, you don't need stock aware, retail investors and if you, if twice a week you can read them on the phone.