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        Mac expert Thomas Reed discusses how EvilQuest is ushering in a new class of Mac malware.

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        BEC gangs like “Exaggerated Lion” are using tricky tactics – like exploiting G Suite – to scam companies out of millions.

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        Threat groups are increasingly relying on trojanized apps pretending to be legitimate – such as Skype or Signal – but are really spreading surveillanceware.

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        Mobile becomes a prime phishing attack vector, hackers will increasingly employ machine learning in attacks and cloud will increasingly be seen as fertile ground for compromise.

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        Cybercrime increasingly went mobile in 2019, with everything from Apple iPhone jailbreaks and rogue Android apps to 5G and mobile-first phishing dominating the news coverage. Here are Threatpost’s Top 10 mobile security stories of 2019.

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        2019 was a tumultuous year for Facebook as it continued to grapple with privacy fallout after Cambridge Analytica, as well as dealing with a slew of security challenges.

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        2019 was another banner year for bots, trojans, RATS and ransomware. Let’s take a look back.

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