As everybody probably knows by now, CCleaner was compromised and malicious individuals added multi-stage malware payload on it. A typical case of compromised software if you ask me, pretty much like the one with the Ukrainian tax software that spread Not-Petya. But there is a different aspect to why compromised software is very dangerous, and it actually uses (believe it or not) social engineering in a more advanced way.
Deep thought book reviewPosted on Monday, 4th of September 2017 • security/social engineering • permanent link •Read time: 3 minutes
Recently I stumbled upon A CyberSecurity story called Deep Thought from ideas42. It is a book dealing with human behavior and how it affects cyber security.