A bug in the default Apple Mail program appears to allow the theft of iCloud passwords. An iCloud password phishing email generator was created by a researcher as a proof of concept of an unpatched bug affecting millions of Apple users. Register reported the researcher created the iOS 8.3 Mail.app inject kit which exploits a bug in the operating system’s native email client to produce a realistic pop-up of which Apple users are accustom. Soucek (@jansoucek) says Cupertino did not respond when he informed it of the bug in January.Source: Zero Day Weekly: Kaspersky hacked, OPM breach implodes, UK citizen spying continues | ZDNet
Another Ransomware attack… This is just one reason backups are so important. Updates, Safe Surfing,Good AntiVirus/Malware, and NEVER opening unexpected attachments EVEN from known senders. Read more below on NetworkWorld.Crypto-ransomware attack encrypts New Jersey school district network.
You can compromise your computer by plugging an unknown USB stick to your computer. If it’s not yours DON’T use it! Read below.Now Anyone Can Get the Malware That Exploits USBs Fundamental Flaw.