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April 3, 2019
Frances Robles / New York Times

Frances Robles / New York Times  
Chinese Woman Carrying Four Cellphones and Malware-Infected Thumb Drive Arrested at Mar-a-Lago During Trump Visit for Illegally Entering Club, Lying to Agents

A Chinese woman identified as Yujing Zhang carrying four cellphones and a thumb drive infected with malware gained access to Mar-a-Lago during Donald Trump’s visit to the Florida resort over the weekend but was ultimately escorted off the property by Secret Service. She said she was there to attend a “United Nations friendship event” on March 30. Another event on that date had been scheduled but then canceled by Cindy Yang, a Chinese-American Trump supporter who once owned a chain of Asian massage parlors that had been investigated for prostitution. Zhang was arrested and charged with lying to a federal agent and gaining access to a restricted area, although the criminal complaint made no connection between Zhang and Yang.

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Digital Journal: Chinese woman arrested at Trump resort with malware on thumb drive
Sydney Morning Herald: Chinese woman held for illegally entering Mar-a-Lago, lying to agents
The Inquisitr News: Chinese Woman Carrying ‘Malware’ Arrested Trying Enter Mar-A-Lago To Attend A Cindy Yang Event
Star Tribune: Chinese woman carrying malware allegedly got into Mar-a-Lago
Daily Beast: Taiwanese Woman Lied Her Way Into Mar-a-Lago With Malware, Feds Say
VICE News: A Chinese woman lied her way into Mar-a-Lago because a guy named Charles told her to
TIME: Chinese Woman Charged With Illegally Entering Mar-a-Lago Club During President Trump’s Florida Visit
Telegraph : Chinese woman charged with lying her way into Mar-a-Lago carrying computer malware
Lawfare : Document: Woman Carrying Malware Charged With Illegally Entering Mar-A-Lago
The Guardian: Mar-a-Lago: woman with malware and Chinese passports accused of illegal entry
Cyberscoop: Woman illegally entered Mar-a-Lago with thumb drive full of malware, prosecutors say
South China Morning Post: Chinese woman Zhang Yujing charged with illegally entering Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate had malware, four phones and two passports
Zero Hedge: Chinese National With Two Passports, Four Phones And Malware Arrested At Mar-a-Lago
Heavy.com: READ: Yujing Zhang Accused of Trying to Get Into Mar-a-Lago With Fake ID & Malware
POLITICO: Chinese woman charged with illegally entering Mar-a-Lago
Axios: Chinese woman carrying malware arrested for illegally entering Mar-a-lago
AP Top News: Chinese woman charged with illegally entering Mar-a-Lago
The Register – Security: Mystery of the Chinese woman who allegedly tried to sneak into Trump’s Mar-a-Lago with a USB stick of malware
RAPPLER: Chinese woman arrested at Trump resort with malware on thumb drive
Engadget: Chinese woman arrested carrying malware into Trump resort
CNET: A woman arrested at Mar-a-Lago was carrying four smartphones, two passports and malware
BBC News – World: ‘Asian female’ with malware arrested at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago
The Inquisitr News: Chinese Woman Carrying ‘Malware’ Arrested Trying Enter Mar-A-Lago To Attend A Cindy Yang Event
Mother Jones: A New Chinese Mystery at Mar-a-Lago
Digital Journal: Chinese woman arrested at Trump resort with malware on thumb drive
Channel News Asia: Chinese woman arrested at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort with malware on thumb drive
The Sun: Chinese woman ‘carrying malicious computer virus on thumb drive’ arrested at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club after lying her way past agents
Reddit-hacking: Woman from China Carrying Malware Arrested After Entering Mar-a-Lago
Washington Examiner: Woman arrested at Mar-a-Lago with Chinese passports, malware-infected thumb drive
CBSNews.com: Woman accused of lying her way into Mar-a-Lago
ZDNet Security: Asian woman with a thumb drive containing malware arrested at Mar-a-Lago
Daily Dot: Chinese woman in possession of ‘malicious malware’ arrested at Mar-a-Lago
Eurasia Review: US Secret Service Arrests ‘Chinese Spy’ At Trump’s Mar-a-Lago
AOL: Chinese woman charged with illegally entering Mar-a-Lago
UPI.com: Chinese woman arrested for illegally entering Mar-a-Lago with malware
SecurityWeek: Chinese Woman Carrying Malware Allegedly Got Into Mar-a-Lago
Axios: Chinese woman carrying malware arrested for illegally entering Mar-a-lago
Courthouse News Service: Chinese Woman Carrying Malware Allegedly Got Into Mar-a-Lago
Star Tribune: Chinese woman carrying malware allegedly got into Mar-a-Lago
Ars Technica: Woman from China, with malware in tow, illegally entered Trump’s Mar-a-Lago
South China Morning Post: Chinese woman Zhang Yujing charged with illegally entering Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate had malware, four phones and two passports
Mercury News: Woman arrested with malware, passports at Mar-a-Lago
Daily Beast: Chinese Woman Lied Her Way Into Mar-a-Lago With Malware, Feds Say
Washington Post: Chinese woman carrying thumb drive with malware arrested at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort
U.S. District Court: Criminal Complaint


April 27, 2019
Frances Robles / New York Times

Frances Robles / New York Times  
Senator Rubio: Russian Hackers Did Indeed Penetrate At Least One Florida County’s Voting System in 2016 and Were In a Position to Change Voter Roll Data

Republican Senator Marco Rubio of Florida said during an interview that Russian hackers not only accessed a Florida county’s voting system during the 2016 presidential election but were also “in a position” to change voter roll data. Rubio’s assessment echoes that of a finding by special prosecutor Robert Mueller that Russian hackers penetrated the election systems of at least one Florida county during the election. Officials in Florida, including the state’s government and the Secretary of State, have been unable to determine which county Mueller and Rubio are referencing. Because the information is classified and part of an intelligence investigation, Rubio is unable to tell them.

April 28, 2019
Eric Slivka / MacRumors

Eric Slivka / MacRumors  
Apple’s Schiller Rebuts New York Times Report, Says Third-Party Screen Time Apps Are Banned Due to ‘Significant Privacy and Security Concerns,’ Not Competitive Reasons

In an email to MacRumors reader Zachary Robinson, Apple Marketing Chief Phil Schiller said that Apple is pulling third-party screen time apps from its App Store because they abused the MDM (mobile device management) system to track all data and activity on children’s’ devices and created “significant privacy and security concerns.” Schiller’s statement is in response to a New York Times report that suggested Apple pulled the apps because they are competitive with Apple’s own Screen Time feature in iOS 12, which would raise antitrust concerns. Schiller said MDM is intended to be used internally at companies and that the apps pulled from the store could have given outside developers access to the children’s data. Moreover, according to Schiller, “security research has shown that there is risk that MDM profiles could be used as a technology for hacker attacks by assisting them in installing apps for malicious purposes on users’ devices.”

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Geek News Central: Apple Cracks Down on Apps that Limit Screen Time
iPhone Hacks: Apple Using Dominant App Store Position to Crack Down on Third-Party Screen Time Apps
New York Times: Apple Cracks Down on Apps That Fight iPhone Addiction
9to5Mac: Phil Schiller says Apple pulling third-party screen time apps due to privacy abuses, as Tony Fadell calls Screen Time ‘a rush job’
Infosecurity Magazine: Apple: We Banned Parental Control Apps for Security Reasons
Pocket-lint: Apple responds to accusations that it deleted parental control iPhone apps
iTnews – Security: Apple boots MDM-abusing parental control apps
MacRumors: Apple Shares More Details on Parental Control App Crackdown
Pocketnow: Apple issues official statement on removed screen time apps
ZDNet Security: Apple reveals why App Store parental control app crackdown took place
iMore: Why Apple pulled screen time apps from the App Store
Engadget : Apple accused of clamping down on apps competing with Screen Time (updated)
SlashGear: Apple removes Screen Time rival apps, cites privacy concerns
TIME: Apple Says It Pulled Parental Control Apps Over Privacy Concerns
Big News Network: Apple says it pulled parental control apps over privacy concerns
Bloomberg Technology: Apple Says It Pulled Parental Control Apps Over Privacy Concerns – Bloomberg
Go Android Apps: Apple Removing Popular Screen Time Monitoring Apps Quicker Since iOS 12 Launch
Evening Standard: Why Apple is removing parental control apps from the App Store
Ubergizmo: Apple Says Third-Party Screen Time Apps Are Being Removed Over Privacy Issues