Another in our occasional series demystifying Latin American banking trojans In this installment of our series, we introduce Grandoreiro, a Latin American banking trojan targeting Brazil, Mexico, Spain and Peru. As such, it shows unusual effort by its authors to evade detection and emulation, and progress towards a modular architecture. We have seen Grandoreiro being … More Grandoreiro: How engorged can an EXE get?
La Liga has taken substantial flak for tapping into microphones and geolocation services in fans‘ phones in a bid to root out piracy. Spain’s national data protection agency AEPD has slapped a fine of €250,000 (US$280,000) on the country’s top-flight football league, La Liga, for failing to make it adequately clear to users of its … More Spain’s top football league fined over its app’s ‘tactics’
La Liga says that the functionality requires the user’s express consent and that it is only intended to detect unauthorized broadcasts of football games. The organisation behind Spain’s top-flight soccer league known as La Liga has added a functionality to its official Android app that enables it to identify bars, restaurants and other public venues that broadcast … More Spain’s La Liga app uses fans’ phones to detect illegal football broadcasts
ESET Ireland wrote about Petya ransomware last year, a new variant massive cyberattack struck on June 27th. ESET LiveGrid technology detects the Petya malware as Win32/Diskcoder.C. If you have a default install of any modern ESET product, ESET would protect against this threat. Additionally, any ESET product with network detection would protect from the SMB spreading … More All you need to know about the worldwide ‘Petya’ ransomware attacks