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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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Instagram Anti-Abuse Tool, Apple Advertiser Restrictions, Terrible Passwords

Security Boulevard

to restrict tracking by advertisers, and a discussion about why people continue to choose terrible passwords. ** Links mentioned on the show ** Instagram debuts new tool to stop abusive message salvos made through new accounts [link] Apple […].


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Atomic macOS Stealer is advertised on Telegram for $1,000 per month

Security Affairs

Atomic macOS Stealer is a new information stealer targeting macOS that is advertised on Telegram for $1,000 per month. Cyble Research and Intelligence Labs (CRIL) recently discovered a Telegram channel advertising a new information-stealing malware, named Atomic macOS Stealer (AMOS).

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The Rise of One-Time Password Interception Bots

Krebs on Security

In February, KrebsOnSecurity wrote about a novel cybercrime service that helped attackers intercept the one-time passwords (OTPs) that many websites require as a second authentication factor in addition to passwords. agency — advertised a web-based bot designed to trick targets into giving up OTP tokens.

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Grindr fined £5.5m for selling user data to advertising companies

CyberSecurity Insiders

million for selling user information to advertisement firms without the consent of its users on a respective note. The leaked info includes age, gender, advertising ID, HIV status and HIV testing dates, IP address, GPS Location, and their se$ual orientation. Grindr, the online dating app, has been slapped with a penalty of £5.5

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New Atomic macOS Malware Steals Keychain Passwords and Crypto Wallets

The Hacker News

Threat actors are advertising a new information stealer for the Apple macOS operating system called Atomic macOS Stealer (or AMOS) on Telegram for $1,000 per month, joining the likes of MacStealer.

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Data Privacy alert as advertisements are following you across the web

CyberSecurity Insiders

Are you seeing the same advertisement on all the websites that you are surfing? Nowadays, as soon as you search for a product online, the web search giant sells that data to advertisement firms that then sell that info to product selling companies based on the profile info of the searching person like gender, interest, age and such.