Posted by: David Harley | August 24, 2018

August 24th updates

Graham Cluley for BitDefender: Facebook pulls its VPN from the iOS App Store after data-harvesting accusations – “Facebook has withdrawn its Onavo Protect VPN app from the iOS App Store after Apple determined that it was breaking data-collection policies.”

Juli Clover for MacRumors: Facebook Removing Onavo VPN From App Store After Apple Says It Violates Data Collection Policies

Based on a story from the Wall Street Journal (requires subscription, so I haven’t read it).

Also from Bitdefender: Triout – The Malware Framework for Android
That Packs Potent Spyware Capabilities

SecureList: Operation AppleJeus: Lazarus hits cryptocurrency exchange with fake installer and macOS malware

Brian Krebs: Alleged SIM Swapper Arrested in California – “Authorities in Santa Clara, Calif. have arrested and charged a 19-year-old area man on suspicion hijacking mobile phone numbers as part of a scheme to steal large sums of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The arrest is the third known law enforcement action this month targeting “SIM swappers,” individuals who specialize in stealing wireless phone numbers and hijacking online financial and social media accounts tied to those numbers.”

Commentary from CoinTelegraph.

David Harley

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