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'Stresspaint' Targets Facebook Credentials

Malware posing as a stress-relieving application has added to the stress of tens of thousands of Facebook users. And while this campaign appears to now have gone dormant, signs point to the possibility of more of this stress-related malware to come in the future.

Facebook Hacking: ‘Tens of Thousands’ of Account Passwords Stolen—How to Check If You Are Affected

Hackers infected the PCs of more than 40,000 Facebook users with password-stealing malware in the space of four days last week—and a team of cybersecurity experts warn that U.S. retail giant Amazon could be the next target.

Researchers: Malware app infecting thousands of Facebook accounts

Hackers have successfully infiltrated tens of thousands of Facebook accounts by targeting users with malware disguised as a painting application, security researchers say.

This malware targets Facebook log-in details, infects over 45,000 in just days

StressPaint malware is "developed professionally" and could be be harvesting accounts for anything from credential selling and identity theft, to malvertising and propaganda campaigns, warn researchers.

Stresspaint Malware Steals Facebook Credentials and Session Cookies

Security researchers have spotted a new information stealer that collects Chrome login data from infected victims, along with session cookies, and appears to be looking for Facebook details in particular, according to a Radware threat alert the company shared with this reporter.

Tens of thousands of Facebook accounts compromised in days by malware

Facebook's guidelines visually sum up "offensive things" with this blue text balloon. Meaning, it doesn't resemble a "fully exposed buttock."

Hajime Botnet Makes a Comeback With Massive Scan for MikroTik Routers

If you've been following the infosec Twitter community for the last few days, you couldn't ignore the constant talk about the massive scans currently taking place online, carried out by a Hajime IoT botnet looking to mass-infect unpatched MikroTik devices.

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