A week in security (March 25 – 31)

Last week, we looked at plugin vulnerabilities, location tracking app problems, and talked about plain text password woes. We also looked at federal data privacy regulation and took a deep dive into  BatMobi Adware.
Other cybersecurity news
Poisoned software update headache for ASUS (Source: The Register)
Britain’s Huawei oversight board releases its findings (Source: UK.GOV)
Trojanised terror suspect manifesto in circulation (Source: Blue Hexagon)
Lessons learned from Crypto hacks (Source: Help Net Security)
Office Depot and Support.com to pay $35 million to settle charges of tech support scam (Source: Washington Post)
Hypnospace Outlaw harks back to the Wild West age of the internet (Source: Variety)
Phish attack claims over $100 million from Google and Facebook (Source: CNBC)
YouTube runs crypto-ad leading to malware (Source: ETHNews)
Google Play store apps contain government malware (Source: Motherboard)
Phisher gains access to Apple accounts of professional athletes (Source: The Verge)
Stay safe, everyone!
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