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- Google Revealed RETVec to Defend Malicious Emails & Spam for Gmail Usersby Tushar Subhra Dutta on December 2, 2023 at 1:16 pm
The text-to-dense representation techniques vary, evolving from character bi-grams to advanced subword vectorizers, combating OOV challenges like adversarial attacks and typos. As the strategies include subword-level tokenization and decomposing unknown words into n-grams for effective neural network training. Researchers at Google recently developed and unveiled a new resilient and efficient text vectorizer dubbed “RETVec,” which The post Google Revealed RETVec to Defend Malicious Emails & Spam for Gmail Users appeared first on Cyber Security News.
- New Android Malware FjordPhantom Spreads Covertly Via Email, SMS, & Messaging Appsby Guru on December 1, 2023 at 2:05 pm
In the ever-evolving realm of cybersecurity, Promon, a trailblazer in mobile security solutions, has brought to light a novel adversary—FjordPhantom. This Android malware employs avant-garde techniques, notably virtualization, to elude detection and pilfer sensitive user information. FjordPhantom strategically zeroes in on users within the Southeast Asian enclave, casting its digital shadow predominantly over Indonesia, Thailand, The post New Android Malware FjordPhantom Spreads Covertly Via Email, SMS, & Messaging Apps appeared first on Cyber Security News.
- Black Basta Ransomware Received Over $100 Million From Victimsby Guru on December 1, 2023 at 11:02 am
Black Basta, the fourth-most active ransomware strain with more than 329 victims, has reportedly made over $100 million in ransom payments. This ransomware has also been discovered to resemble the Conti ransomware group, which stopped its operations by May 2022. A group known as Black Basta has been found to engage in double-extortion tactics, whereby The post Black Basta Ransomware Received Over $100 Million From Victims appeared first on Cyber Security News.
- Notepad++ Input Validation Flaws Leads to uncontrolled Search Path Vulnerabilityby Eswar on December 1, 2023 at 8:30 am
Notepad++ has been discovered with an uncontrolled search path vulnerability, which could allow threat actors to search an untrusted search path. This vulnerability has been disclosed to Notepad++, and a patch has yet to be provided. Notepad++ is a simple text editor for Windows with many more capabilities and can be used to open or The post Notepad++ Input Validation Flaws Leads to uncontrolled Search Path Vulnerability appeared first on Cyber Security News.