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March 4, 2020
Thomas Brewster / Forbes

Thomas Brewster / Forbes  
Corellium’s Project Sandcastle Allows iPhone to Run Android 10 Using Checkra1n Jailbreak

Cybersecurity startup Corellium has been able to run Android 10 on an iPhone as part of what it calls Project Sandcastle. The hack is currently limited to a handful of devices: the iPhone 7, the iPhone 7 Plus, and the iPod Touch, but Chris Wade, co-founder of Corellium, says more support is coming. The hack, however, uses the checkra1n jailbreak to launch, which won’t work on the 11 model or above. Any user who wants to test out the beta version of the hack can go to and check it out. After failed acquisition talks, Apple is now suing Corellium, saying that Corellium violates Apple’s copyrights by creating software versions of the iPhone for testing and security purposes.

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March 3, 2020
Thomas Brewster / Forbes

Thomas Brewster / Forbes  
A Hacker Breached, and Is Selling Access to, as Many as 130,000 Asus Routers, Possibly Alongside the Sale of 500,000 Americans’ Personal Data

The FBI has learned about a novel cybercriminal operation in which a hacker managed not only to breach as many as 130,000 Asus routers but is also scoring them as to how useful they might be for fraudsters. The hacker is selling access to the devices for as little as a few dollars so that fraudsters can run their traffic through them, security researchers say. He’s also possibly “enriching” his offerings with separate databases, one containing personal information on 500,000 Americans, others full of stolen credit card details to give fraudsters a better chance of pulling off identity theft. The hacker is selling the data over the website avatools[.]ru, which has 100 users, according to Dina Haines and Cory Kujawski, analysts at security firm White Ops, who uncovered the illicit operation. The hacked routers mask the origin IP address of the fraudster and can fool fraud detection systems into believing the geolocation of the router is where the card is typically used.

March 21, 2020
Thomas Brewster / Forbes

Thomas Brewster / Forbes  
New COVID-19 Scam Emerges With Malicious Android App That Promises Safety Face Mask, Propagates Itself to Victims’ Contact List

Yet another Covid-19 Scam has emerged, this time with an Android app that promises to help users buy a safety mask but instead scans all contacts and then forwards text messages to them, trying to convince them to download the app too, according to Zscaler researcher Shivang Desai, who discovered the app. The malicious app starts with a text message saying, “Get safety from coronavirus by using Face mask, click on this link download the app and order your own face mask – hxxp://” It then directs the victim to a portal for downloading the app, which not only spreads the worm but will also rack up carrier charges for the texts it sends. The more contacts a user has, the higher the potential bill, especially if the contacts friends live abroad.

April 16, 2020
Thomas Brewster / Forbes

Thomas Brewster / Forbes  
Syrian Surveillance Campaign Uses Coronavirus to Lure Targets Into Downloading Malware-Delivering Apps

A long-running surveillance campaign tied to Syrian nation-state actors recently started using the novel coronavirus as its newest lure to entice its targets to download malware-laden Android apps, researchers at Lookout Security report. The campaign, which first started in January 2018, targets Arabic-speaking users, likely in Syria and the surrounding region. Lookout found 71 malicious Android applications, none of which appeared on Google’s app store, that were connected to the same command-and-control (C2) server, which is located in a block of addresses held by Tarassul Internet Service Provider, an ISP owned by the Syrian Telecommunications Establishment (STE). The COVID-19 associated app code contained “unintentional traces” of a persona dubbed Allosh, who was associated with a previous hacking campaign carried out by the Syrian actors. The apps should not pose much of a threat to users outside Syria.

April 25, 2020
Thomas Brewster / Forbes

Thomas Brewster / Forbes  
Facebook Lawyers Present Evidence in Lawsuit That Spyware Maker NSO Group Exploited U.S. Servers to Hack WhatsApp

In its lawsuit against Israeli spyware purveyor NSO Group, Facebook accuses the maker of the Pegasus surveillance malware of hacking WhatsApp servers and customers in the United States and laid out how the Israeli business had availed itself of American tech to launch the attacks. In its response to the NSO Group’s petition to dismiss Facebook’s lawsuit because NSO doesn’t operate in the United States, Facebook’s lawyers included two IP addresses, and a handful of websites it claims were used by NSO Group to attack WhatsApp users in spring 2019. Amazon Web Services in the U.S. hosted one, the others by Californian company QuadraNet and a German provider.

May 1, 2020
Thomas Brewster / Forbes

Thomas Brewster / Forbes  
Xiaomi Mobile Phones Have Been Recording Massive Amounts of Device Activities Including Browsing Queries, Researchers

Chinese mobile phone giant Xiaomi has been recording massive amounts of activities on the devices, including browsing queries in Xiaomi’s default browser. Security researcher Gabi Cirlig discovered that the data from Xiaomi’s mobile devices were sent to remote servers hosted by another Chinese tech giant, Alibaba, which were ostensibly rented by Xiaomi. Another security researcher, Andrew Tierney, investigated further and found browsers shipped by Xiaomi on Google Play, Mi Browser Pro, and the Mint Browser, were collecting the same data. Those browsers have a combined 15 million downloads, according to Google Play statistics. Xiaomi denied the research findings and said: “privacy and security is of top concern.”

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Tweets:@cybergibbons Xiaomi mobiles accused of collecting more data than they should
xda-developers: Researchers accuse Xiaomi web browsers of collecting browsing data – even in Incognito mode
Digit: Xiaomi smartphones are tracking private web and phone usage of millions of users: Report
BusinessLine – Home: Xiaomi allegedly records user activities, sends the data to remote servers: Report
Slashdot: Xiaomi Found Recording ‘Private’ Web and Phone Use, Researchers Claim
TechSpot: Xiaomi accused of recording users’ incognito web browsing
fossBytes: Xiaomi Devices Found Tracking And Recording Browsing Data Of Millions
WCCFtech: Xiaomi is Caught Recording User’s Private Data and Phone Usage
Android Central : Xiaomi accused of sneakily collecting vast amounts of private data
BGR : Xiaomi accused of sending ‘private’ web and phone data to China
The Next Web: Xiaomi is collecting browser data even in incognito mode, researchers say
channelnews: Chines Phone Brand Collecting “Insane Amount” Of Private Data
xda-developers: Xiaomi.EU releases MIUI 12 builds for 20+ Xiaomi Mi and Redmi devices
Android Police : Xiaomi’s Mint Browser records web searches and other data, even in Incognito Mode
BGR : Xiaomi denies linking user data to personally identifiable information
TechWorm: Xiaomi Refutes Claims Of Secretly Sending Its User Data To China Xiaomi tracks private browser and phone usage, defends behavior

@cybergibbons: Want to see the @Xiaomi @XiaomiIndia @manukumarjain privacy issue in under 4 minutes? This demo should illustrate the problem. It's undeniable. This is detailed browsing history, tied to me, sent from Incognito mode. What's your take?

April 27, 2020
Tom Spring / Threatpost

Tom Spring / Threatpost  
Microsoft Fixed a Teams Vulnerability That Allowed a Weaponized Image to Steal Data From Targeted Systems

Microsoft has fixed a subdomain takeover vulnerability in its collaboration platform Microsoft Teams that could have allowed an inside attacker to weaponized a single GIF image and use it to steal data from targeted systems and take over all of an organization’s Teams accounts. The vulnerability was exploitable by a malicious GIF image for it to work, researchers at CyberArk reported. The CyberArk team also created a proof-of-concept (PoC) of the attack. Microsoft addressed the threat on March 23, updating misconfigured DNS records.

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April 2, 2020
Romain Dillet / TechCrunch

Romain Dillet / TechCrunch  
Zoom CEO Apologizes for Security and Privacy Glitches, Says Company Will Implement 90-Day Feature Freeze and Work with Third-Party Experts to Produce Transparency Report

Wildly popular videoconferencing app Zoom has been battered with a series of privacy and security controversies since its meteoric rise during the COVID-19 crisis even as the company has quickly signed up 200 million new users. In the wake of these controversies, CEO Eric S. Yuan has written a lengthy blog post to address some of the concerns around Zoom. In particular, Yuan said that Zoom is enacting a 90-day feature freeze during which the company won’t ship any new feature until it is done fixing the current feature set. Zoom will also work with third-party experts and prepare a transparency report. Yuan apologized for the glitches saying that “We did not design the product with the foresight that, in a matter of weeks, every person in the world would suddenly be working, studying, and socializing from home.”

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Tweets:@josephfcox @TheHackersNews @runasand @ashk4n

Forbes : Zoom Just Made These Powerful COVID-19 Security And Privacy Moves Following Outcry
CNET: Zoom boss says it’ll freeze feature updates to address security issues
Neowin: Zoom to fix security and privacy issues in 90-day feature freeze
BusinessLine – Home: Zoom announces 90-day freeze on feature updates to focus on privacy and security
iPhone Hacks: Zoom Announces 90 Days Feature Freeze, Will Work on Improving the Security Of Its Platform
Engadget: Zoom vows to win back user trust with extensive security review
The Verge: What Zoom doesn’t understand about the Zoom backlash
Business Insider: Zoom’s CEO apologizes for its many security issues as daily users balloon to 200 million
TechJuice: ‘Zoombombing’ is becoming an issue amid rising popularity due to coronavirus
HOTforSecurity: Zoom-bombing: FBI warns of rise in teleconference hijacking amid stay-at-home order
Computer Business Review: Zoom Security Storm: Company Apologises, Hackers Squabble
GeekWire: Zoom Security Storm: Company Apologises, Hackers Squabble
Reuters: Zoom pulls in more than 200 million daily video users during worldwide lockdowns
PhoneArena: SpaceX employees forbidden from using the Zoom app over privacy concerns
Android Authority: Zoom won’t add new features for 90 days as it tackles privacy, security woes
ZDNet Security: Zoom: We’re freezing all new features to sort out security and privacy
TechCrunch: Zoom freezes feature development to fix security and privacy issues
ExtremeTech: Zoom’s Security and Privacy Practices Kind of Zuck Zoom vows to fix issues around privacy and security within 90-days
WCCFtech: Zoom Gets Banned at SpaceX Following Privacy Concerns
Trusted Reviews: Why Zoom is attracting so much criticism right now
RTE: Zoom stops product development to fix security issues
E-Commerce Times: Zoom’s Soaring Popularity Is a Double-Edged Sword
9to5Mac: Zoom penetration tests commissioned to improve ‘trust, safety and privacy’
Digital Trends: SpaceX tells workers to ditch Zoom over ‘significant’ privacy concerns
Android Central : Zoom apologizes over security and privacy issues and freezes new features
iMore: Zoom apologizes over security and privacy issues and freezes new features
Windows Central : Zoom apologizes over security and privacy issues and freezes new features
Channel News Asia: Elon Musk’s SpaceX bans Zoom over privacy concerns
Tech Insider: Elon Musk’s SpaceX bans Zoom over security and privacy concerns
Thomas Brewster – Forbes: Why Zoom Really Needs Better Privacy: $1.3 Million Orders Show The US Government’s COVID-19 Response Is Now Relying On It
Android Authority: Zoom won’t add new features for 90 days as it tackles privacy, security woes
Graham Cluley: Zoom promises to improve its security and privacy as usage (and concern) soars
Telecompaper Headlines: Zoom promises full security review as users pass 200 mln per day Zoom vows to fix issues around privacy and security within 90-days
The Financial Express: Has Zoom got it right on security?
Security Affairs: Crooks use tainted Zoom apps to target users at home due to Coronavirus outbreak
Ubergizmo: Zoom Pledges To Spend The Next 90 Days Fixing Its Privacy And Security Issues
ET news: Security snafus exhumed amid Zoom boom
Fast Company: Elon Musk’s SpaceX bans employees from using Zoom over ‘significant privacy and security concerns’
USA Today: Zoom to focus on security, privacy, CEO says, as usage booms during coronavirus crisis
SlashGear » security: Zoom CEO responds: What happens next for hit video calling app
City A.M. – Technology: Zoom vows to fix security issues as it hits 200m daily users
The State of Security: Zoom promises to improve its security and privacy as usage (and concern) soars
TechWorm: Zoom Security Vulnerability Leaks Windows Login Credentials To Hackers
The Hill: Zoom vulnerabilities draw new scrutiny amid coronavirus fallout FBI warns of online attacks on video conference app Zoom
The Next Web: After a litany of security fuck-ups, Zoom promises weekly updates
E Hacking News: Hackers use fake Zoom domains to spread malware
BBC News: Zoom boss apologises for security issues and promises fixes
Digital Trends: Zoom freezes development of new features to fix privacy issues
Trusted Reviews: Why Zoom is attracting so much criticism right now
BetaNews: Zoom issues an apology for privacy and security issues, will enact a feature freeze to focus on fixes
The Verge: Zoom announces 90-day feature freeze to fix privacy and security issues
Tom’s Guide News: Zoom privacy and security issues: Here’s everything that’s wrong (so far)
Zoom: A Message to Our Users

@josephfcox: Zoom announces several changes, such as a "feature freeze" and moving all engineering resources to fixing privacy and security issues; enhancing its bug bounty program
@TheHackersNews: UPDATE: After facing backlash over #privacy & security concerns, #Zoom today issued updates to patch some recently disclosed flaws & also announced to enhance its #bugbounty program and shift all of its engineering resources to resolve further issues.
@runasand: Letter from @zoom_us CEO @ericsyuan outlines what the company has done and will do moving forward to address issues and concerns, including shifting “engineering resources to focus on our biggest trust, safety, and privacy issues.”
@ashk4n: I have to say the response from @zoom_us to all the privacy, security, and #abusability issues surrounding their platform is very good: CEO acknowledges the specific problems, lays out steps they’re taking to fix them, and clear communicates steps to users

April 3, 2020
Brian Krebs / Krebs on Security

Brian Krebs / Krebs on Security  
New Automated Zoom Meeting Discovery Tool ‘zWarDial’ Shows Many Zoom Meetings Are Unprotected by Passwords as FBI Issues Warning of ‘Zoombombing’

According to data gathered by a new automated Zoom meeting discovery tool dubbed “zWarDial,” a substantial number of meetings at major corporations are not being protected by a password, which could lead to those meetings being “Zoom bombed” or eavesdropped upon. Each Zoom conference call is assigned a Meeting ID that consists of 9 to 11 digits. Naturally, hackers have figured out they can simply guess or automate the guessing of random IDs within that space of digits. The incidence of Zoombombing has reached such a peak that the FBI issued a warning earlier this week about the problem and guided how to keep meetings secure.

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TechBeacon: Zoom: Just one click, and privacy went ‘boom’
Thomas Brewster – Forbes: Why Zoom Really Needs Better Privacy: $1.3 Million Orders Show The US Government’s COVID-19 Response Is Now Relying On It
Slashdot: SpaceX Bans Zoom Over Privacy Concerns
iTnews – Security: Musk’s SpaceX bans Zoom over privacy and security concerns
USA Today: Do these things to keep hackers out of your Zoom calls As Zoom use explodes, so do Zoom problems. Here’s my security checklist
MacRumors: Zoom Updates Mac App Installer to Remove Controversial ‘Preflight’ Installation Method
Cyber News Group : Zoom now being sued through sharing personal data – UK government, however, defends its use
The Register – Security: Yeah, that Zoom app you’re trusting with work chatter? It lives with ‘vampires feeding on the blood of human data’
Heimdal Security : SECURITY ALERT: Zoom Under Scrutiny in Wake of UNC Patch Injection Issue Disclosure
Reddit – cybersecurity: Zoom has another security flaw. ‘Researchers at a company called Bleeping Computer have exposed another security flaw with the conferencing application Zoom—one that allows hackers to steal user passwords.’
US-CERT Current Activity: FBI Releases Guidance on Defending Against VTC Hijacking and Zoom-bombing
Infosecurity.US: The Continuing ZOOM Security Fails: A Litany Of Security Incompetence
Cult of Mac: 5 Zoom alternatives to keep you connected during COVID-19 crisis
Verdict: Zoom unveils 90-day plan to rebuild reputation
Motley Fool: Zoom Freezes All New Feature Rollouts to Shift Resources Toward Privacy and Safety
Techerati: Zoom halts development to plug security holes
ExtremeTech: Zoom Removes Tool That Secretly Displayed Your LinkedIn Data
Fortune: Zoom meetings keep getting hacked. Here’s how to prevent ‘Zoom bombing’ on your video chats – Software Industry News: Zoom Video lurches from boom to backlash amid privacy issues, ‘Zoom bombing’ attacks
E-Commerce Times: Zoom’s Soaring Popularity Is a Double-Edged Sword
The Guardian: ‘Zoom is malware’: why experts worry about the video conferencing platform
BGR: Zoom responds to backlash over privacy concerns Zoom CEO apologizes for having ‘fallen short’ on privacy and security ‘Zoom-bombing’ and privacy flaws plague app that has become immensely popular during coronavirus outbreak
Pocket-lint: Zoom pauses new features to focus on security as users grow 20x in three months
The Verge: Zoom quickly fixes ‘malware-like’ macOS installer with new update
HealthITSecurity: Zoom to Halt Feature Development to Bolster Privacy, Security for COVID-19
SecurityWeek: Zoom’s Security and Privacy Woes Violated GDPR, Expert Says
iTnews – Security: Musk’s SpaceX bans Zoom over privacy and security concerns
SiliconANGLE: Zoom CEO ‘deeply sorry’ after privacy issues, promises improvements
channelnews: Zoom Slammed Over Security Issues & China Server
Blog – Wordfence: Safety and Security While Video Conferencing with Zoom
FOX News: SpaceX bans its employees using Zoom over privacy concerns, report says
Big News Network: Elon Musk’s SpaceX bans Zoom over privacy concerns
Inverse: SpaceX drops Zoom due to ‘significant’ privacy concerns
Slashdot: SpaceX Bans Zoom Over Privacy Concerns
The Verge: Zoom has disabled a feature that was exposing users’ LinkedIn profiles
The Hill: Zoom CEO says company reached 200 million daily users in March
Futurism: Experts Warn That Hackers Can Use Zoom to Take Over Your Computer
Rapid7: Dispelling Zoom Bugbears: What You Need to Know About the Latest Zoom Vulnerabilities
Motley Fool: Why Zoom Video Communications Stock Fell Today Local: Privacy chief warns of video conference risks
Mashable: Zoom was secretly mining LinkedIn data and sharing it with some users
Inverse: SpaceX drops Zoom due to ‘significant’ privacy concerns
EFF: Harden Your Zoom Settings to Protect Your Privacy and Avoid Trolls
ExtremeTech: Zoom Removes Tool That Secretly Displayed Your LinkedIn Data
Blog – Wordfence: Safety and Security While Video Conferencing with Zoom
Verdict: Zoom unveils 90-day plan to rebuild reputation
Popular Science: Check these privacy and security settings before your next Zoom video chat Zoom Bombing: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
The Sun: Zoom chat app says 200MILLION people are using it every DAY as coronavirus crisis forces world into lockdown
channelnews: Zoom Slammed Over Security Issues & China Server
Fortune: Zoom meetings keep getting hacked. Here’s how to prevent ‘Zoom bombing’ on your video chats
TechTarget: Risk & Repeat: Zoom security comes under fire
The Sun: Zoom chat app says 200MILLION people are using it every DAY as coronavirus crisis forces world into lockdown
New Zealand Herald – Top Stories: Zoom boss ‘deeply sorry’ over security claims, expert unconvinced
Android Central : If you’re fed up with Zoom’s shenanigans, here’s out to delete your account
Tech Insider: Protect your Zoom meetings with a password now — otherwise, you’re leaving the door wide open for hackers to ‘Zoom-bomb’
Vox: Zoom’s sudden spike in popularity is revealing its privacy (and porn) problems

@iblametom: New - Guess who spent over $1 million on Zoom tech in just a few days? CDC, FEMA and NIH. As in all the US gov bodies responding to the coronavirus crisis. This is where Zoom security and privacy needs to be much better.

May 19, 2020
Jasper Jolly / The Guardian

Jasper Jolly / The Guardian  
EasyJet Says Personal Data on Nine Million Customers Were Accessed in ‘Highly Sophisticated’ Cyberattack, Over Two Thousand Customers’ Credit Card Details Stolen

European budget airlines EasyJet has revealed that the personal information of 9 million customers was accessed in a “highly sophisticated” cyberattack on the airline. The company said that email addresses and travel details were accessed, and it would contact the customers affected. Of the 9 million people affected, 2,208 had credit card details stolen, but no passport details were uncovered. Those customers whose credit card details were taken have been contacted, while everyone else affected will be contacted by 26 May. EasyJet offered no details of the hack but said it had “closed off this unauthorized access” and reported the incident to the National Cyber Security Centre and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the data regulator.

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Tweets:@lukOlejnik @dcuthbert @joetidy @racheltobac @zsk @jc_stubbs

BBC News : EasyJet admits nine million customers hacked
TechCrunch: Europe to Facebook: Pay taxes and respect our values — or we’ll regulate
Associated Press Technology: EasyJet reveals ‘sophisticated’ hack of customer details
Financial Times Technology: EasyJet says hackers accessed travel details of 9m customers
Bloomberg: EasyJet Says Hackers Accessed Data of 9 Million Customers
CNBC Technology: EasyJet hack leaves 9 million customers’ details exposed
Information Age: EasyJet data breached, over 9 million customers affected
Evening Standard: Millions of easyJet customers at risk after hackers access personal details
Graham Cluley: EasyJet hack impacts nine million passengers
Channel News Asia: EasyJet hit by cyber attack, hackers access 9 million customers’ details
France 24: Hackers access details of millions of easyJet passengers in cyber attack
IT Pro: Easyjet hack exposes details of nine million customers | IT PRO
PerthNow: Cyber attackers target easyJet
Thomas Brewster – Forbes: EasyJet Hacked: 9 Million Customers And 2,000 Credit Cards Hit
RT News: Hackers steal personal data of 9 million EasyJet costumers in ‘highly sophisticated’ cyber attack
MediaNama: Digital Media in India: Hackers accessed details of 9 million EasyJet customers, credit card details of 2K+ people
POLITICO EU: Easyjet cyberattack hits 9 million customers
Computer Business Review: EasyJet Hacked: 9 Million Customers Affected
The Sun: EasyJet hit by cyber attack with 9million customers details stolen
BetaNews: easyJet hit by ‘highly sophisticated’ cyberattack: 9 million customers’ details exposed
Voice of America: EasyJet Hit by Cyber Attack, Hackers Access 9 mln Customers’ Details 
The State of Security: Around 9 Million easyJet Customers’ Details Stolen in Hacking Incident
The Loadstar: SN: EasyJet: Nine million customers’ details ‘accessed’ by hackers
RTE: EasyJet hit by ‘highly sophisticated’ cyber attack
Sky News: EasyJet: Nine million customers’ details ‘accessed’ by hackers
Independent: EasyJet hacked: 9M customers’ details stolen

@lukOlejnik: Hacked EasyJet. Stolen data of 9M customers, for >2000 of them this includes credit card numbers. Users to be contacted gradually. Certainly not a good time to be an airline :)
@dcuthbert: My personal details are 99% included in this. So, let's play a game shall we? #easyjet
@joetidy: EasyJet’s stock exchange notice about the cyber attack here. Looks like they’ve taken all the correct steps (notifying ICO/ NCSC) etc but if the hack happened in Jan - why are we only learning of it now?
@racheltobac: Prepare to receive phishing emails, texts or calls pretexting as your bank looking to investigate fraud on your account, airlines attempting to cancel, rebook, or alert you to changes on your account, and much more. Contact back using 2nd form of comms ImpRobot face
@zsk: And now my inbox overfloweth with "comments" from PR people's cybersecurity clients, all of whom are scrambling trying to connect the EasyJet data breach with the Covid19 pandemic.
@jc_stubbs: Scoop >> The cyberattack disclosed by #easyJet earlier today is thought to be the work of a suspected Chinese hacking group that has targeted multiple airlines in recent months, two sources tell @Reuters