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  1. Plaintiffs allege company’s ad software caused privacy, security flaws Settlement needs final approval from federal judge Lenovo Group Ltd. can move ahead with an $8.3 million settlement to end a class action that its ad software exposed customer laptops to performance, privacy, and security problems. The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California granted initial approval of the settlement Nov. 21, four months after Lenovo and the consumer class filed with the court to end the spyware action. Th
  2. Masad Spyware Uses Telegram Bots for Command-and-Control The malware harvests data, steals cryptocurrency and drops additional malware, while masquerading as a Fortnite aimbot and more. A freshly discovered commercial spyware dubbed the “Masad Clipper and Stealer” is using Telegram bots as its command-and-control (C2) hub. Masad harvests information from Windows and Android users and also comes with a full cadre of other malicious capabilities, including the ability to steal cryptocurrency from victims’ wallets.
  3. (Reuters) - The FBI is investigating the role of Israeli spyware vendor NSO Group Technologies in possible hacks on American residents and companies as well as suspected intelligence gathering on governments, according to four people familiar with the inquiry. The probe was underway by 2017, when Federal Bureau of Investigation officials were trying to learn whether NSO obtained from American hackers any of the code it needed to infect smartphones, said one person interviewed by the FBI then and again last year. NSO said it sells its spy software and techn
  4. GENEVA (Reuters) - The world should impose a moratorium on the sale and use of surveillance software until there are rules in place to stop governments using it to spy on opponents and critics, a U.N. expert recommended. FILE PHOTO: David Kaye, UN Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. David Kaye, the U.N. special rapporteur on freedom of expression, submitted his recommendations in a report published on Tuesday to the U.N. Human Rights Council, which will open a three-week session next week. Kay
  5. NSO sells its potent iPhone malware to governments, including Mexico and the United Arabs Emirates. But according to a newly released indictment, a disgruntled employee stole the company's code and tried to sell it for $50 million worth of cryptocurrency. NSO Group sells some of the most potent, off-the-shelf malware for remotely breaking into smartphones. Some versions allow a law enforcement or intelligence agency to steal essentially all meaningful data from an iPhone with no interaction from the target. Others just require the victim to click one link in a carefully
  6. Developer: Fuken Gruven - portablexapps Notice: As Fuken has left his website i just update this version from his latest SAS. Enjoy!
  7. Developer: Fuken Gruven - portablexapps Notice: As Fuken has left his website i just update this version from his latest SAS. Enjoy!
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