Doug Olenick

Facebook, Twitter ban malicious SDK that removed member info

Facebook, Twitter ban malicious SDK that removed member info

Twitter warns users about possible data harvesting, Facebook issues alerts on SDKs by oneAudienceand Mobiburn

Patched WhatsApp vulnerability still impacting thousands of apps

Patched WhatsApp vulnerability still impacting thousands of apps

A patched vulnerability in the WhatsApp for Android can still affect thousands of additional apps that have not been patched

NYPD fingerprint database touched by ransomware

NYPD fingerprint database touched by ransomware

The New York City Police Department's fingerprint database was hit with ransomware in October 2018

Roboto Botnet network building, DDoS not a priority

Roboto Botnet network building, DDoS not a priority

A security research firm has been tracking a botnet that first popped onto its radar back in August that for some reason declines to make use of its DDos capabilities.

Microsoft deflects Doppelpaymer/Teams rumors

Microsoft deflects Doppelpaymer/Teams rumors

Microsoft's security team defended its Teams communication platform, says no connection between app and distribution of Dopplepaymer ransomware

ACBbackdoor trojan designed to hit Linux and Windows systems

ACBbackdoor trojan designed to hit Linux and Windows systems

Intezer researchers spot Windows variant of ACBackdoor, which is primarily a Linux malware

Stolen Disney+ accounts found on sale

Stolen Disney+ accounts found on sale

Brand-new user Disney+ accounts hawked online, days after the service went live

Open database exposes Magic: the Gathering online player info

Open database exposes Magic: the Gathering online player info

Misconfigured legacy database of game publisher Wizards of the Coast expose information of hundreds of thousands of online gamers

Design flaw leaves Bluetooth devices vulnerable

Design flaw leaves Bluetooth devices vulnerable

Ohio State University academics discover a design flaw in low-powered Bluetooth devices that leaves them susceptible to hacking

AnteFrigus ransomware leaves C alone, goes after other drives

AnteFrigus ransomware leaves C alone, goes after other drives

Security researchers nab oddly behaving ransomware variant that bypasses the victim's C drive, instead targeting the device's other drives