The Final Hop's Cybersecurity Roundup: Week 38 Edition
By Tom Donovan profile image Tom Donovan Sophia Blackwell profile image Sophia Blackwell Sarah Kagan profile image Sarah Kagan
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The Final Hop's Cybersecurity Roundup: Week 38 Edition

The Final Hop's Cybersecurity Roundup: Week 38 Edition Hello, digital denizens and cyber-sleuths! Buckle up your seatbelts and put on your tinfoil hats; it's time for the Week 38 edition of The Final Hop's Cybersecurity Roundup. From 0-day exploits that would make James Bond blush to ransomware affiliate programs that

The Final Hop's Cybersecurity Roundup: Week 38 Edition

Hello, digital denizens and cyber-sleuths! Buckle up your seatbelts and put on your tinfoil hats; it's time for the Week 38 edition of The Final Hop's Cybersecurity Roundup. From 0-day exploits that would make James Bond blush to ransomware affiliate programs that are more exclusive than the VIP section at a Vegas nightclub, we've got it all. So, let's decrypt this week's cyber enigmas, shall we?

The Spy Who Hacked Me: Unveiling Egypt's 0-Day Shenanigans

Ah, the land of pyramids and 0-days! Google's Threat Analysis Group and The Citizen Lab have unearthed a 0-day exploit chain targeting iPhones in Egypt. Crafted by Intellexa, this exploit was the digital paintbrush for installing the Predator spyware. Apple has since patched the vulnerabilities, but the cat-and-mouse game continues.
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By Tom Donovan profile image Tom Donovan Sophia Blackwell profile image Sophia Blackwell Sarah Kagan profile image Sarah Kagan
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