Google will test new feature in Chrome to curb phishing

The web browser will only display domain names as a way to help people recognize impostor websites. Google will test a new feature in the Google Chrome web browser to help people spot websites that aim to trick them into giving away their personal data. The experiment, which will be rolled out on the desktop … More Google will test new feature in Chrome to curb phishing

Kodi add-ons launch cryptomining campaign

ESET researchers have discovered several third-party add-ons for the popular open-source media player Kodi being used to distribute Linux and Windows cryptocurrency-mining malware. If you use Kodi, you may have noticed that a popular, Dutch repository for third-party add-ons, XvBMC, was recently shut down upon copyright-infringement warnings. Following the shutdown, we discovered that the repository was … More Kodi add-ons launch cryptomining campaign

All HTTP websites to soon be marked as “not secure” by Google Chrome

If you’re still running a website that is still using insecure HTTP then it’s time to wake up and drink the coffee. Because unless you take action soon, you’re going to find many of your visitors are going to distrust your website. The reason? Google is pushing ahead with its plan for the Chrome browser … More All HTTP websites to soon be marked as “not secure” by Google Chrome

ESET research: Appearances are deceiving with Turla’s backdoor-laced Flash Player installer

ESET researchers have found that Turla, the notorious state-sponsored cyberespionage group, has added a fresh weapon to its arsenal that is being used in new campaigns targeting embassies and consulates in the post-Soviet states. This new tool attempts to dupe victims into installing malware that is ultimately aimed at siphoning off sensitive information from Turla’s … More ESET research: Appearances are deceiving with Turla’s backdoor-laced Flash Player installer

Gmail now warns iOS users about suspicious links in fight against phishing threats

Should you really be clicking on those links you just received in your email? Despite all the headlines about zero-day threats and state-sponsored attacks, the rather less dramatic truth is that the majority of security incidents start with a user simply clicking on a malicious link or opening a dangerous attachment – threats that we’ve … More Gmail now warns iOS users about suspicious links in fight against phishing threats