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Security news for May 13, 2022: Hackers hiding malware in event logs & Phishing-as-a-service?!

Here is your round-up of the most exciting cybersecurity headlines for the week of May 13, 2022: 

UK govt releases free tool to check for email cybersecurity risks

The United Kingdom's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has announced a new email security check service to help organizations identify vulnerabilities that could allow attackers to spoof emails or lead to email privacy breaches.

Welcome “Frappo” – Resecurity identified a new Phishing-as-a-Service

“Frappo” acts as a Phishing-as-a-Service and enables cybercriminals to host and generate high-quality phishing pages which impersonate major online banking, e-commerce, popular retailers, and online services to steal customer data.

Hackers are now hiding malware in Windows Event Logs

Security researchers have noticed a malicious campaign that used Windows event logs to store malware, a technique that has not been previously documented publicly for attacks in the wild.

Africa Grapples With Way Forward on Cybercrime

Cyber experts are urging Africa to up its game in the face of criminals targeting the continent's fast-growing internet economy with scams and theft.

Hackers display “blood is on your hands" on Russian TV, take down RuTube

Hackers continue to target Russia with cyberattacks, defacing Russian TV to show pro-Ukrainian messages and taking down the RuTube video streaming site.

Most organizations hit by ransomware would pay up if hit again

Kaspersky claims that in 88 percent of organizations that have had to deal with a ransomware incident, business leaders said they would choose to pay the money if faced with another attack.

Europe's GDPR coincides with a dramatic drop in Android apps

According to a study published Monday, Europe's data protection regime has reduced the number of apps available in Google Play by "a third," increased costs, and reduced developer revenues.

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