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1- Google removes 17 apps infected with Joker malware from Play Store

It was reported that Google has removed 17 applications that were infected with the Joker malware from its Google Play Store, according to cybersecurity firm Zscaler. The firm’s research team had identified 17 different apps containing the malware regularly uploaded to Google Play earlier this month. There were a total of around 120,000 downloads for the identified malicious apps…

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2- New ‘Alien’ malware can steal passwords from 226 Android apps

According to ZDNet, researchers have identified a new type of Android malware that comes with wide features like stealing credentials from 226 applications Named Alien, this new trojan has been operative since the start of the year and has been offered as a Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) offering on underground hacking w.ebsites.

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3- Minnesota –  Second-Largest Data Breach

It was reported that hundreds of thousands of Minnesotans are receiving letters warning them that their data may have been exposed in the second-largest healthcare data breach in state history. The letters were sent to individuals who had donated to or been a patient of Allina Health hospitals and clinics or Children’s Minnesota, a two-hospital pediatric health system in the Twin Cities.

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4- Android Malware Bypasses 2FA And Targets Telegram, Gmail Passwords

It was reported that researchers have uncovered a threat group launching surveillance campaigns that target victims’ personal device data, browser credentials and Telegram messaging application files. One notable tool in the group’s arsenal is an Android malware that collects all two-factor authentication (2FA) security codes sent to devices, sniffs out Telegram credentials, and launches Google account phishing attacks.

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