The hackers behind Trickbot have added a new Windows 10 UAC bypass to the malware to in order to execute code without the victim knowing.
The tricky trojan evolves yet again, remaining one of the most advanced vehicles for delivering malware.
A recent endpoint security survey of 671 IT pros suggested that most organizations have been attacked and their confidence in the effectiveness of anti-virus protections continues to be low.
All those who are using Apple iTunes on Windows systems are hereby alerted that their computer systems are vulnerable to zero-day iTunes flaw which allows hackers to bypass the anti-virus protection and encrypt their files with malware.
Researchers have discovered a blunder in Bonjour’s coding, which introduces a well-documented flaw.
Apple has patched a zero-day flaw in iTunes app for Windows that allowed hackers to escape detection and install BitPaymer ransomware.
BitPaymer ransomware spotted abusing iTunes for Windows bug to bypass antivirus detection.
Attackers exploit an “unquoted path” flaw in the Bonjour updater in iTunes for Windows to deliver ransomware attacks.
The BitPaymer ransomware operators were observed abusing a zero-day vulnerability in Apple’s iTunes for Windows to run code and evade detection, Morphisec’s security researchers have discovered.
Flaw in iTunes for Windows Abused for Ransomware Attacks
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