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  The security hole, tracked as CVE-2019-0604, got its first patch in February and another one in March after the first fix turned out to be incomplete. Microsoft described the issue as a remote code execution vulnerability caused by the software’s failure to check the source markup of an application package. It can be exploited […]

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Dubbed Beapy, the campaign aims to drop a file-based coinminer onto compromised machines, to hijack their computing power for the attackers’ benefit. First observed in January 2019, the activity has been increasing since March, the security firm says. Written in Python, the coinminer uses email as an initial infection vector, but also leverages the EternalBlue […]

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Hackers pushing the TrickBot banking trojan are exploiting tax season by pushing malicious Microsoft Excel spreadsheet documents via spam campaigns. Researchers said that they discovered the malware in three different campaigns since Jan. 27, 2019. These campaigns target victims with emails pretending to be from large accounting, tax and payroll services firms – including ADP […]

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