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Available as a free software update for all Macs introduced mid-2012 or later, macOS Catalina addresses security flaws in components such as CoreAudio, Crash Reporter, IOGraphics, Kernel, Notes, PDFKit, and WebKit, among others. The fixed bugs include multiple memory corruption issues, a race condition, a logic issue, an issue with the handling of links in […]

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We have all grown used to the presence of spam. Despite the many detection and verification techniques available to users, unsolicited email is still a major nuisance. Malspam is a specific type of spam that is designed to infect potential victims with malware via email. This delivery method most often leverages techniques that are also […]

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Today I ran into a typical fraud email claiming to come from a U.S. bank but with a twist! Analyzing the attachment, it turns out that there’s no malware inside but instead a new middle step to fool lesser security software. The original file name is “Swift confirmation .pdf” and it was created using Microsoft […]

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