Doug Olenick

Google adds Password Checkup Chrome extension

Google adds Password Checkup Chrome extension

Google has rolled out a new Chrome extension that will inform users if their passwords have been compromised.

Setting up for success when buying cyber insurance

Setting up for success when buying cyber insurance

When is a war really a not a war, at least as far as an insurance company is concerned?

IcedID banking trojan now used against online retailers

IcedID banking trojan now used against online retailers

The malicious actors behind the IcedID banking trojan have branched out and are now using the malware to steal payment card credentials from online retailers and may have even become malware-as-a-service dealers.

60,000 EU data breaches filed under GDPR

60,000 EU data breaches filed under GDPR

The EU's GDPR regulation and its attached fines appears to be encouraging data breach reports with almost 60,000 such reports being filed since the privacy law went into effect in May, but the number of fines imposed lag far behind.

Huddle House hit with point-of-sale data breach

Huddle House hit with point-of-sale data breach

The Huddle House restaurant chain reported it has closed a point-of-sale data breach that existed one of its third-party vendors from August 2017 until now.

Check Point talks about the SpeakUp backdoor trojan

Check Point talks about the SpeakUp backdoor trojan

Check Point researchers have offered up the details on the new SpeakUp backdoor that has been found on servers in China during the 2019 CPX 360 Cybersecurity Summit and Expo.

Mac and Chrome info stealer and cryptomining malware in the wild

Mac and Chrome info stealer and cryptomining malware in the wild

Cyber-criminals are using a new malware targeting Macs and the Chrome browser designed to steal all the information necessary to break into cryptocurrency exchanges and their victim's digital wallets.

Mozilla patches two critical issues in Thunderbird

Mozilla patches two critical issues in Thunderbird

Mozilla released a pair of critical updates for Thunderbird today, along with patches for two lower-rated vulnerabilities.

US DOJ campaign aims to destroy Joanap botnet

US DOJ campaign aims to destroy Joanap botnet

The US Department of Justice is attempting to disrupt the North Korean operated Joanap botnet by creating a roadmap of computers infected with the malware and then notifying those affected so the infected computer can be removed from the botnet.

Beauty camera apps malware not so pretty

Beauty camera apps malware not so pretty

Some beauty camera app users may end up seeing a bit more than they were hoping for as some of these are pushing unwanted ads and even pornographic material while others may steal your photos.