Week in security with Tony Anscombe


ESET Research uncovers DazzleSpy malware attacks targeting macOS users – Trading personal data for free online services – PayPal hacking made easy

In this edition of Week in security, Tony looks at these topics:

ESET researchers have discovered that the website of a pro-democracy radio station in Hong Kong was compromised with a Safari exploit that installed cyberespionage malware DazzleSpy on site visitors’ Mac machines.
As this week is Data Privacy Week, we looked at what the trade-off between using a free service and giving up our personal data actually involves
How somebody could break into your PayPal account if they can reset your password and ‘steal a glance’ at your phone screen to see the password reset code

Read more:
Watering hole deploys new macOS malware, DazzleSpy, in Asia
Beyond the tick box: What to consider before agreeing to a privacy policy
How I hacked my friend’s PayPal account

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