“Secret backdoor allows for information comprise”
Security firm Kryptowire has discovered a secret vulnerability in Android phone software that sends personal data to cybercriminals in China. Information that is sent to the unauthorized third-party is capable of collecting texts and even geographical location.
“Defects detected in operating software”
Researcher Maxim Rupp has uncovered glaring vulnerabilities in the automation and management solution providers JENEsys operating system. The BAS Bridge was found to be the most problematic, which connects integration efforts between Modbus TCP/RTU and BACnet IP. Ethernet devices.
“Originated in Italy, has spread far further”
Malware hunters have observed a new high risk malware that was originally marketed to governments and police forces on the loose on the internet. Researchers released a report Monday that discusses the malicious software’s capabilities, which include recording of video and audio, toggle GPS functions, and steal data from nearly any desired area of the device.
“Many players locked out of their accounts”
Over the last two days over one hundred PlayStation Network users have been locked out of their accounts and contacted the Sony Twitter account with complaints. Sony has released a statement to the BBC that PSN has not been compromised had not been hacked amid concerns that the accounts affected had been hijacked, saying; “We routinely monitor for irregular activity, and if such activity is detected, we may sometimes reset passwords of affected accounts to protect users and their account information.”