Hackers Spotted Using Morse Code in Phishing Attacks to Evade Detection

Microsoft has disclosed details of an evasive year-long social engineering campaign wherein the operators kept changing their obfuscation and encryption mechanisms every 37 days on average, including relying on Morse code, in an attempt to cover their tracks and surreptitiously harvest user credentials. The phishing attacks take the form of invoice-themed lures mimicking financial-related business…

YC-backed Tablevibe’s customer surveys help restaurants reduce their reliance on delivery apps – TechCrunch

Food delivery apps offer convenience for customers, but a host of headaches for restaurants, like commissions as high as 40% and very few tools to build customer loyalty. Based in Singapore, Tablevibe wants to help restaurants reduce their reliance on third-party delivery apps and help them get more direct orders and returning customers. The startup…

Experts Shed Light On New Russian Malware-as-a-Service Written in Rust

A nascent information-stealing malware sold and distributed on underground Russian underground forums has been written in Rust, signalling a new trend where threat actors are increasingly adopting exotic programming languages to bypass security protections, evade analysis, and hamper reverse engineering efforts. Dubbed “Ficker Stealer,” it’s notable for being propagated via Trojanized web links and compromised…