The Analysis of Maladvertisement Campaign

StormEye, based on initial validated suspicion of these Facebook advertisements  were but a concerted malicious campaign carried out by hackers, began to collect data and proofs of validity from multiple locations and thereupon performed an in-depth analysis that covered more advertisements than a single person is able to reach due to the restriction imposed by…

Background of the Maladvertisement Campaign

In July 2019, StormEye, in its routine scouting over online security landscape, spotted irregularities in multiple Facebook advertisements related to Mr. Alan Tam’s investment of Bitcoin. The series of advertisements triggered StormEye’s alert system which ran on the back of Facebook softened the advertisement policy related to cryptocurrency and blockchain and the speech made by…

Few Zoom hacks selling in the black market right now

There are a few Zoom hacks selling in the black market right now. That means the hacker can buy the hacks and hack people directly and spy on camera (not just when you are using Zoom), monitor the target computer or even stealing passwords from victims. Related news:https://threatpost.com/alleged-zoom-zero-days-for-window…/…/ #StormEye#Zoom#Hack About cybersecurity service:http://stormeye.io/cybersecurity-service/