Mysterious Hackers Hid Their Swiss Army Spyware for 5 Years

Mysterious Hackers Hid Their Swiss Army Spyware for 5 Years

2019-04-10T03:41:12+01:00April 10th, 2019|Tags: , , , , |

On Wednesday April 10, 2019, Wired at WIRED wrote:
The TajMahal spyware includes more than 80 distinct spy tools, and went undetected for five years.

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  • "Opinion: Utah legislators recently voted to pass landmark legislation in support of a new privacy law. Statehouses across the country should take notes". (March 22, 2019)
  • "The social network kept hundreds of millions of user passwords unscrambled, and employees could search them". (March 21, 2019)
  • "An exposed database belonging to Verifications.io contained both personal and business information, including 763 million unique email addresses". (March 7, 2019)
  • "On Wednesday, Mark Zuckerberg laid out a vision for a very different Facebook—with a lot of unknowns about how to get there". (March 7, 2019)
  • "Google's Project Zero researchers find a potentially powerful privilege-escalation trick in how Macs manage memory". (March 4, 2019)
  • "Some of those sequences are worth millions of dollars, but fortunately the hack isn’t easy to deploy—yet". (March 4, 2019)
  • "New research shows how nearby attackers can see where you are, send you spoofed carrier messages, and more". (February 26, 2019)
  • "Researchers point out a tough-to-fix in some cloud computing setups: hackable firmware". (February 26, 2019)