Day: April 8, 2021

Fraudsters Use HTML Legos to Evade Detection in Phishing Attack

Criminals stitch pieces of HTML together and hide them in JavaScript files, researchers report. …read more Source:: DarkReading

600K Payment Card Records Leaked After Swarmshop Breach

A leaked database also contains the nicknames, hashed passwords, contact details, and activity history of Swarmshop admins, sellers, and buyers. …read more Source:: DarkReading

FTC Urges Courts Not To Dismiss Facebook Antitrust Case

The Federal Trade Commission has urged a federal judge in DC to reject Facebook’s request to dismiss the FTC’s high-stakes antitrust lawsuit. In a 56-page legal brief, the FTC reiterated its arguments that Facebook’s profits have come from years of anticompetitive conduct. From a report: “Facebook is one of the largest and most profitable companies…

Get a refurbished Apple iMac 21.5-inch Core i5 desktop for $450, over $100 cheaper than anywhere else – CNET

It’s not the lowest price ever on an all-in-one iMac desktop, but it’s an incredibly attractive deal. …read more Source:: CNet

Wix and Their Dirty Tricks

Matt Mullenweg, co-founder of the open-source blogging platform WordPress, writes: Wix, the website builder company you may remember from stealing WordPress code and lying about it, has now decided the best way to gain relevance is attacking the open source WordPress community in a bizarre set of ads. They can’t even come up with original…

Best Amazon tablet in 2021

Looking for a tablet that does everything you’d expect it to, but at a fraction of the cost of an iPad? Amazon has what you want. …read more Source:: ZDNet

3 out of 10 is a confusingly titled game you can own for free – CNET

It’s a cross between a sitcom and a video game, and all five episodes are available right now. …read more Source:: CNet

Stranger Things is filming, and it looks like Chief Hopper got in a fight – CNET

Actor David Harbour teases fans on Instagram, while Millie Bobby Brown scolds him for spoilers. …read more Source:: CNet

An Open Source Smart Watch You’d Actually Wear

We’ve seen a number of open source smart watches over the years, and while they’ve certainly been impressive from a technical standpoint, they often leave something to be desired in terms of fit and finish. Exposed PCBs and monochromatic OLED displays might be fine for a trip to the hackerspace, but it wouldn’t be our…

IcedID Banking Trojan Surges: The New Emotet?

A widespread email campaign using malicious Microsoft Excel attachments and Excel 4 macros is delivering IcedID at high volumes, suggesting it’s filling the Emotet void. …read more Source:: Threatpost