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BunnyLoader, a new Malware-as-a-Service advertised in cybercrime forums

Security Affairs

Cybersecurity researchers spotted a new malware-as-a-service (MaaS) called BunnyLoader that’s appeared in the threat landscape. Zscaler ThreatLabz researchers discovered a new malware-as-a-service (MaaS) that is called BunnyLoader, which has been advertised for sale in multiple cybercrime forums since September 4, 2023.

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New 'VietCredCare' Stealer Targeting Facebook Advertisers in Vietnam

The Hacker News

Facebook advertisers in Vietnam are the target of a previously unknown information stealer dubbed VietCredCare at least since August 2022.


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Google advertisements turning into malware spreading platforms

CyberSecurity Insiders

The next time when you search for a software download on the Google search engine, be cautious, as the software might also bring in new trouble as malware or might strictly act as a source to malware spread that can steal data and encrypt all the information on the web.

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Nitrogen Malware: BlackCat’s New Weapon in Disguised Advertising Attacks

Penetration Testing

Cybercriminal syndicates operating under the extortionate BlackCat (ALPHV) operation have adopted a new tactic — utilizing malicious advertising to gain initial access to victim systems.

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Atomic Stealer Distributes Malware to Macs Through False Browser Downloads

Tech Republic Security

Atomic Stealer malware advertises itself through ClearFake browser updates disguised as Google's Chrome and Apple’s Safari.

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Facebook ads push new Ov3r_Stealer password-stealing malware

Bleeping Computer

A new password-stealing malware named Ov3r_Stealer is spreading through fake job advertisements on Facebook, aiming to steal account credentials and cryptocurrency. [.]

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Crooks impersonate brands using search engine advertisement services

Security Affairs

The FBI warns of cybercriminals using search engine advertisement services to impersonate brands and defraud users. The FBI is warning of cyber criminals using search engine advertisement services to impersonate brands and direct users to websites that were used to defraud users. ” reads the advisory published by the FBI.