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Posts in the Jamf Threat Labs Category

July 3, 2023 by Haddayr Copley-Woods

Jamf After Dark: WWDC recap

Jamf After Dark co-hosts Kat Garbis and Sean Rabbitt welcomed special guest Aaron Webb, Senior Product Marketing Manager in security at Jamf for this special segment focusing on WWDC. They uncovered the benefits of same-day support, highlighted features, outlined how Jamf will support these features and discussed which markets stand to benefit most from these developments.

June 30, 2023 by Jamf Threat Labs

Jamf protects against JokerSpy malware

Threat actors targeted a cryptocurrency exchange in Japan, installing back doors and deploying spyware. Read more about the method of attack and Jamf's defense of the threat.

May 22, 2023 by Jamf Threat Labs

The Mysteries Behind ColdIntro and ColdInvite: TL;DR edition

Learn about the discovery of a novel threat vector on iPhone that allows attackers to circumvent security mitigations by exploiting under-protected co-processors, leveraging access to further compromise the iOS kernel.

April 21, 2023 by Jamf Threat Labs

BlueNoroff APT group targets macOS with ‘RustBucket’ Malware

Learn about the macOS malware variant discovered by Jamf Threat Labs named 'RustBucket'. What it does, how it works to compromise macOS devices, where it comes from and what administrators can do to protect their Apple fleet.

April 19, 2023 by Jamf Threat Labs

The web of connections with iOS 16.4.1

In this blog, Jamf Threat Labs analyzes CVE-2023-28206, iOS 16.4.1 patches and CitizenLab’s findings on QuaDream’s exploits.

April 17, 2023 by Jamf Threat Labs

Threat advisory: Mobile spyware continues to evolve

Jamf Threat Labs examines two sophisticated spyware attacks and provides recommendations for organizations to defend users from increasingly complex threats.

March 31, 2023 by Jamf Threat Labs

3CX Supply-chain attack

Newly discovered supply-chain attack affecting 3CX softphone app used by millions of users globally. In this blog, the Jamf Threat Labs discusses how the app was compromised, what it does and how to go about detecting it on your network.

March 30, 2023 by Jamf Threat Labs

MacStealer malware: A growing threat to macOS users

MacStealer has been discovered and linked to a threat actor distributing it in the wild. The malicious code extracts a variety of files, browser cookies, and login information from a victim's system. Also, it collects end-user privacy and sensitive data, like credit card information from popular web browsers. Learn more about this new macOS malware variant and how Jamf Protect safeguards your devices, users and data from this emerging threat.

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