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Comcast Wants a Slice of the Enterprise Cybersecurity Business
Comcast jumps into the enterprise cybersecurity business, betting that its internal security tools and inventions can find traction in an expanding marketplace. The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 18:30

GuLoader Malware Using Malicious NSIS Executables to Target E-Commerce Industry
E-commerce industries in South Korea and the U.S. are at the receiving end of an ongoing GuLoader malware campaign, cybersecurity firm Trellix disclosed late last month. The malspam activity is notable for transitioning away from malware-laced Microsoft
06-02-2023 18:06

Critical Baicells Device Vulnerability Can Expose Telecoms Networks to Snooping
A critical vulnerability affecting wireless communications base stations from Baicells can be exploited to cause disruption or take complete control of data and voice traffic. The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 17:54

Microsoft: Iranian Nation-State Group Sanctioned by U.S. Behind Charlie Hebdo Hack
An Iranian nation-state group sanctioned by the U.S. government has been attributed to the hack of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in early January 2023. Microsoft, which disclosed details of the incident, is tracking the activity cluster und
06-02-2023 17:39

New York Attorney General Fines Vendor for Illegally Promoting Spyware
The New York Office of the Attorney General has fined Patrick Hinchy and 16 of his companies for illegally promoting spyware. The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 16:42

TrickGate crypter discovered after 6 years of infections
New research from Check Point Research exposes a crypter that stayed undetected for six years and is responsible for several major malware infections around the globe. The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 16:41

SaaS in the Real World: Who's Responsible to Secure this Data?
When SaaS applications started growing in popularity, it was unclear who was responsible for securing the data. Today, most security and IT teams understand the shared responsibility model, in which the SaaS vendor is responsible for securing the applica
06-02-2023 15:30

OpenSSH Releases Patch for New Pre-Auth Double Free Vulnerability
The maintainers of OpenSSH have released OpenSSH 9.2 to address a number of security bugs, including a memory safety vulnerability in the OpenSSH server (sshd). Tracked as CVE-2023-25136, the shortcoming has been classified as a pre-authentication double
06-02-2023 15:25

FormBook Malware Spreads via Malvertising Using MalVirt Loader to Evade Detection
An ongoing malvertising campaign is being used to distribute virtualized .NET loaders that are designed to deploy the FormBook information-stealing malware. "The loaders, dubbed MalVirt, use obfuscated virtualization for anti-analysis and evasion along w
06-02-2023 13:41

SecurityWeek Analysis: Over 450 Cybersecurity M&A Deals Announced in 2022
More than 450 cybersecurity-related mergers and acquisitions were announced in 2022, according to an analysis conducted by SecurityWeek The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 13:00

20 Million Users Impacted by Data Breach at Instant Checkmate, TruthFinder
Instant Checkmate and TruthFinder have disclosed data breaches affecting a total of more than 20 million users. The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 12:46

Cyber Insights 2023 | Zero Trust and Identity and Access Management
Zero trust is not a replacement for identity and access management (IAM), but is the extension of IAM principles from people to everyone and everything, everywhere and anytime. The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 12:00

Cyber Insights 2023 | The Coming of Web3
As it evolves, web3 will contain and increase all the security issues of web2 – and perhaps add a few more. The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 12:00

European Police Arrest 42 After Cracking Covert App
European police arrested 42 suspects and seized guns, drugs and millions in cash, after cracking another encrypted online messaging service used by criminals. The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 11:40

Florida Hospital Cancels Procedures, Diverts Patients Following Cyberattack
Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare was forced to cancel procedures and divert patients after taking systems offline following a Thursday night cyberattack. The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 11:23

VMware ESXi Servers Targeted in Ransomware Attack via Old Vulnerability
Unpatched and unprotected VMware ESXi servers worldwide have been targeted in a ransomware attack exploiting a vulnerability patched in 2021. The post appeared first on .
06-02-2023 10:30

US Downs Chinese Balloon Off Carolina Coast
U.S. fighter jets successfully shot down the high altitude spy balloon launched by and belonging to China. The post appeared first on .
04-02-2023 20:44

PixPirate: New Android Banking Trojan Targeting Brazilian Financial Institutions
A new Android banking trojan has set its eyes on Brazilian financial institutions to commit fraud by leveraging the PIX payments platform. Italian cybersecurity company Cleafy, which discovered the malware between the end of 2022 and the beginning of 202
04-02-2023 19:09

Microsoft: Iran Unit Behind Charlie Hebdo Hack-and-Leak Op
After French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo's launched a cartoon contest to mock Iran, an Iranian cyber retaliated in January. The post appeared first on .
04-02-2023 16:15

Feds Say Cyberattack Caused Suicide Helpline’s Outage
A cyberattack caused a nearly daylong outage of the nation's new 988 mental health helpline on Dec. 1, 2022, federal officials said The post appeared first on .
04-02-2023 16:11

New Wave of Ransomware Attacks Exploiting VMware Bug to Target ESXi Servers
VMware ESXi hypervisors are the target of a new wave of attacks designed to deploy ransomware on compromised systems. "These attack campaigns appear to exploit CVE-2021-21974, for which a patch has been available since February 23, 2021," the Computer Em
04-02-2023 11:00

Warning: Hackers Actively Exploiting Zero-Day in Fortra's GoAnywhere MFT
A zero-day vulnerability affecting Fortra's GoAnywhere MFT managed file transfer application is being actively exploited in the wild. Details of the flaw were first publicly shared by security reporter Brian Krebs on Mastodon. No public advisory has been
04-02-2023 10:11

Is Your EV Charging Station Safe? New Security Vulnerabilities Uncovered
Two new security weaknesses discovered in several electric vehicle (EV) charging systems could be exploited to remotely shut down charging stations and even expose them to data and energy theft. The findings, which come from Israel-based SaiFlow, once ag
03-02-2023 21:06

Post-Macro World Sees Rise in Microsoft OneNote Documents Delivering Malware
In a continuing sign that threat actors are adapting well to a post-macro world, it has emerged that the use of Microsoft OneNote documents to deliver malware via phishing attacks is on the rise. Some of the notable malware families that are being distri
03-02-2023 20:33

TechRepublic Premium editorial calendar: IT policies, checklists, toolkits and research for download
TechRepublic Premium content helps you solve your toughest IT issues and jump-start your career or next project. The post appeared first on .
03-02-2023 20:00

Big China Spy Balloon Moving East Over US, Pentagon Says
The Pentagon said a Chinese spy balloon was over the central United States, and that the U.S. rejected China’s claims that it was not being used for surveillance. The post appeared first on .
03-02-2023 18:02

Iranian OilRig Hackers Using New Backdoor to Exfiltrate Data from Govt. Organizations
The Iranian nation-state hacking group known as OilRig has continued to target government organizations in the Middle East as part of a cyber espionage campaign that leverages a new backdoor to exfiltrate data. "The campaign abuses legitimate but comprom
03-02-2023 17:42

The Pivot: How MSPs Can Turn a Challenge Into a Once-in-a-Decade Opportunity
Cybersecurity is quickly becoming one of the most significant growth drivers for Managed Service Providers (MSPs). That's the main insight from a recent study from Lumu: in North America, more than 80% of MSPs cite cybersecurity as a primary growth drive
03-02-2023 17:07

Former Ubiquiti Employee Who Posed as Hacker Pleads Guilty
Former Ubiquiti employee Nickolas Sharp has admitted in court to abusing company-provided credentials to steal data and then attempting to extort Ubiquiti. The post appeared first on .
03-02-2023 14:14

Key takeaways from ESET’s new APT Activity Report – Week in security with Tony Anscombe
As our latest APT Activity Report makes abundantly clear, the threat of cyberespionage and stealthy attacks remains very real The post appeared first on
03-02-2023 14:00

Atlassian's Jira Service Management Found Vulnerable to Critical Vulnerability
Atlassian has released fixes to resolve a critical security flaw in Jira Service Management Server and Data Center that could be abused by an attacker to pass off as another user and gain unauthorized access to susceptible instances. The vulnerability is
03-02-2023 13:25

Cyber Insights 2023: Venture Capital
SecurityWeek investigates how political/economic conditions will affect venture capital funding for cybersecurity firms during 2023. The post appeared first on .
03-02-2023 13:00

New High-Severity Vulnerabilities Discovered in Cisco IOx and F5 BIG-IP Products
F5 has warned of a high-severity flaw impacting BIG-IP appliances that could lead to denial-of-service (DoS) or arbitrary code execution. The issue is rooted in the iControl Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) interface and affects the following version
03-02-2023 12:56

Atlassian Warns of Critical Jira Service Management Vulnerability
A critical authentication vulnerability in Jira Service Management Server and Data Center allows attackers to impersonate users. The post appeared first on .
03-02-2023 12:55

High-Severity Privilege Escalation Vulnerability Patched in VMware Workstation
VMware patches CVE-2023-20854, a vulnerability that can be exploited by a malicious hacker to delete arbitrary files. The post appeared first on .
03-02-2023 12:44

Exploitation of Oracle E-Business Suite Vulnerability Starts After PoC Publication
Critical Oracle E-Business Suite vulnerability exploited in attacks shortly after PoC is published. The post appeared first on .
03-02-2023 11:28

China Says It’s Looking Into Report of Spy Balloon Over US
The U.S. is tracking a suspected Chinese spy balloon spotted over U.S. airspace, officials said on Feb. 2, 2023. The post appeared first on .
03-02-2023 11:17

GoAnywhere MFT Users Warned of Zero-Day Exploit
GoAnywhere MFT users warned about a zero-day remote code injection exploit that can be targeted directly from the internet The post appeared first on .
03-02-2023 11:15

CISA Alert: Oracle E-Business Suite and SugarCRM Vulnerabilities Under Attack
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on February 2 added two security flaws to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) Catalog, citing evidence of active exploitation. The first of the two vulnerabilities is CVE-2022-21587 (
03-02-2023 10:53

The importance of data retention policies
A data retention policy is the first step in helping protect an organization's data and avoid financial, civil, and criminal penalties that increasingly accompany poor data management practices. This article outlines what a data retention policy is and w
03-02-2023 09:07

New Russian-Backed Gamaredon's Spyware Variants Targeting Ukrainian Authorities
The State Cyber Protection Centre (SCPC) of Ukraine has called out the Russian state-sponsored threat actor known as Gamaredon for its targeted cyber attacks on public authorities and critical information infrastructure in the country. The advanced persi
02-02-2023 18:13

Google Shells Out $600,000 for OSS-Fuzz Project Integrations
Google announces an expansion of its OSS-Fuzz rewards program to help find software vulnerabilities before they are exploited. The post appeared first on .
02-02-2023 17:45

Study: Companies have upwards of 1,000 apps but only a third are integrated
A new study by Salesforce’s MuleSoft suggests more isn’t necessarily better if an organization’s applications are not playing well together. Unfortunately, more than 70% remain disconnected from one another and the core business. The post appeared first
02-02-2023 16:20

Prilex POS malware evolves to block contactless transactions
A new version of the Prilex POS malware has found a novel way to steal your credit card information. The post appeared first on .
02-02-2023 15:35

Cybersecurity Budgets Are Going Up. So Why Aren't Breaches Going Down?
Over the past few years, cybersecurity has become a major concern for businesses around the globe. With the total cost of cybercrime in 2023 forecasted to reach $8 Trillion – with a T, not a B – it’s no wonder that cybersecurity is top of mind for leader
02-02-2023 15:34

North Korean Hackers Exploit Unpatched Zimbra Devices in 'No Pineapple' Campaign
A new intelligence gathering campaign linked to the prolific North Korean state-sponsored Lazarus Group leveraged known security flaws in unpatched Zimbra devices to compromise victim systems. That's according to Finnish cybersecurity company WithSecure
02-02-2023 15:15

F5 BIG-IP Vulnerability Can Lead to DoS, Code Execution
A high-severity format string vulnerability in F5 BIG-IP can be exploited to cause a DoS condition and potentially execute arbitrary code. The post appeared first on .
02-02-2023 15:10

Lifetime VPNSecure subscriptions are now just $39.99
Secure your internet connection now with VPNSecure while it’s still on sale. The post appeared first on .
02-02-2023 13:00

New Threat: Stealthy HeadCrab Malware Compromised Over 1,200 Redis Servers
At least 1,200 Redis database servers worldwide have been corralled into a botnet using an "elusive and severe threat" dubbed HeadCrab since early September 2021. "This advanced threat actor utilizes a state-of-the-art, custom-made malware that is undete
02-02-2023 12:17

Auditing and logging policy
Auditing and logging are essential measures for protecting mission-critical systems and troubleshooting problems. This policy outlines the appropriate auditing and logging procedures for computer systems, networks and devices that store or transport crit
02-02-2023 11:00

Is that survey real or fake? How to spot a survey scam
“Can I tell a legitimate survey apart from a fake one?” is the single most important question you need to answer for yourself before taking any surveys online The post appeared first on
02-02-2023 10:30

Researchers Uncover New Bugs in Popular ImageMagick Image Processing Utility
Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed details of two security flaws in the open source ImageMagick software that could potentially lead to a denial-of-service (DoS) and information disclosure. The two issues, which were identified by Latin American cy
02-02-2023 01:29

The headache of changing passwords
Change Your Password Day — an annual reminder of just how bad passwords really are. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 21:59

New cybersecurity BEC attack mimics vendors
A new business email attack threat actor is using a stealth tactic to avoid giveaways of typical social engineering attacks. Learn the best defense for protecting your company. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 20:32

OneNote documents spread malware in several countries
A new phishing campaign abuses OneNote documents to infect computers with the infamous AsyncRAT malware, targeting users in the U.K., Canada and the U.S. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 20:03

Experts Warn of 'Ice Breaker' Cyberattacks Targeting Gaming and Gambling Industry
A new attack campaign has targeted the gaming and gambling sectors since at least September 2022, just months prior to the ICE London 2023 gaming industry trade fair event that's scheduled next week. Israeli cybersecurity company Security Joes is trackin
01-02-2023 19:26

Malicious NPM, PyPI Packages Stealing User Information
Security researchers are warning of a new wave of malicious NPM and PyPI packages designed to steal user information and download additional payloads. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 16:41

VMware Confirms Exploit Code Released for Critical vRealize Logging Vulnerabilities
VMware confirms the publication of exploit code and urged VMware vRealize Log Insight users to implement mitigations immediately. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 16:34

98% of Firms Have a Supply Chain Relationship That Has Been Breached: Analysis
A new report found that 98% of organizations have a relationship with a third party that has been breached, while more than 50% have an indirect relationship with more than 200 fourth parties that have been breached. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 16:26

New SH1MMER Exploit for Chromebook Unenrolls Managed ChromeOS Devices
A new exploit has been devised to "unenroll" enterprise- or school-managed Chromebooks from administrative control. Enrolling ChromeOS devices makes it possible to enforce device policies as set by the organization via the Google Admin console, including
01-02-2023 16:16

Auditing Kubernetes with Open Source SIEM and XDR
Container technology has gained traction among businesses due to the increased efficiency it provides. In this regard, organizations widely use Kubernetes for deploying, scaling, and managing containerized applications. Organizations should audit Kuberne
01-02-2023 15:56

Prilex PoS Malware Evolves to Block Contactless Payments to Steal from NFC Cards
The Brazilian threat actors behind an advanced and modular point-of-sale (PoS) malware known as Prilex have reared their head once again with new updates that allow it to block contactless payment transactions. Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky said i
01-02-2023 15:55

Dutch, European Hospitals ‘Hit by Pro-Russian Hackers’
Dutch cyber authorities said several hospital websites in the Netherlands and Europe were likely targeted by a pro-Kremlin hacking group because of their countries' support for Ukraine. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 15:18

Gem Security Gets $11 Million Seed Investment for Cloud Incident Response Platform 
Israeli venture group Team8 has bankrolled an $11 million seed-stage investment in Gem Security. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 15:00

Ransomware Leads to Nantucket Public Schools Shutdown
Nantucket’s public schools shut its doors to students and teachers after a data encryption and extortion attack on its computer systems. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 14:32

Stop, Collaborate and Listen: Disrupting Cybercrime Networks Requires Private-Public Cooperation and Information Sharing
No one combatting cybercrime knows everything, but everyone in the battle has some intelligence to contribute to the larger knowledge base. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 13:31

Boxx Insurance Raises $14.4 Million in Series B Funding
Cyberinsurance and protection firm Boxx Insurance raises $14.4 million in a Series B funding round led by Zurich Insurance. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 13:28

Prilex PoS Malware Blocks NFC Transactions to Steal Credit Card Data
The Prilex point-of-sale (PoS) malware has been modified to block contactless transactions to force the insertion of credit cards and steal their information. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 12:32

30k Internet-Exposed QNAP NAS Devices Affected by Recent Vulnerability
Censys finds 30,000 internet-exposed QNAP appliances that are likely affected by a recently disclosed critical code injection vulnerability. The post appeared first on .
01-02-2023 12:10

Access management policy
Without appropriate access management controls, businesses are at significant risk from the loss or theft of both physical and digital assets. Access management controls establish who is allowed the appropriate level of access in order to do their jobs,
01-02-2023 11:00

Hackers Abused Microsoft's "Verified Publisher" OAuth Apps to Breach Corporate Email Accounts
Microsoft on Tuesday said it took steps to disable fake Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) accounts that were used for creating malicious OAuth applications as part of a phishing campaign designed to breach organizations' cloud environments and steal email.
01-02-2023 11:00

Less is more: Conquer your digital clutter before it conquers you
Lose what you don’t use and other easy ways to limit your digital footprint and strengthen your online privacy and security The post appeared first on
01-02-2023 10:30

Additional Supply Chain Vulnerabilities Uncovered in AMI MegaRAC BMC Software
Two more supply chain security flaws have been disclosed in AMI MegaRAC Baseboard Management Controller (BMC) software, nearly two months after three security vulnerabilities were brought to light in the same product. Firmware security firm Eclypsium sai
01-02-2023 08:44

You Don't Know Where Your Secrets Are
Do you know where your secrets are? If not, I can tell you: you are not alone. Hundreds of CISOs, CSOs, and security leaders, whether from small or large companies, don't know either. No matter the organization's size, the certifications, tools, people,
31-01-2023 18:16

CIOs hold greater organizational leadership status
Foundry’s study found the role has been significantly elevated because of the economy, and CIOs are recognized as strategic business partners by their LOB peers. The post appeared first on .
31-01-2023 17:48

New Report Reveals NikoWiper Malware That Targeted Ukraine Energy Sector
The Russia-affiliated Sandworm used yet another wiper malware strain dubbed NikoWiper as part of an attack that took place in October 2022 targeting an energy sector company in Ukraine. "The NikoWiper is based on SDelete, a command line utility from Micr
31-01-2023 16:38

Researchers Uncover Packer Used by Several Malware to Evade Detection for 6 Years
A shellcode-based packer dubbed TrickGate has been successfully operating without attracting notice for over six years, while enabling threat actors to deploy a wide range of malware such as TrickBot, Emotet, AZORult, Agent Tesla, FormBook, Cerber, Maze,
31-01-2023 16:09

IT staff systems and data access policy
IT pros typically have access to company servers, network devices and data so they can perform their jobs. However, that access entails risk, including exposure of confidential information and interruption in essential business services. This policy from
31-01-2023 11:00

ESET APT Activity Report T3 2022
An overview of the activities of selected APT groups investigated and analyzed by ESET Research in T3 2022 The post appeared first on
31-01-2023 10:30

QNAP Fixes Critical Vulnerability in NAS Devices with Latest Security Updates
Taiwanese company QNAP has released updates to remediate a critical security flaw affecting its network-attached storage (NAS) devices that could lead to arbitrary code injection. Tracked as CVE-2022-27596, the vulnerability is rated 9.8 out of a maximum
31-01-2023 09:36

GitHub Breach: Hackers Stole Code-Signing Certificates for GitHub Desktop and Atom
GitHub on Monday disclosed that unknown threat actors managed to exfiltrate encrypted code signing certificates pertaining to some versions of GitHub Desktop for Mac and Atom apps. As a result, the company is taking the step of revoking the exposed certi
31-01-2023 09:07

Get nine ethical hacking courses for just $30
Learn some of today's most popular attacks and how to mitigate them with The All-in-One Ethical Hacking & Penetration Testing Bundle. The post appeared first on .
30-01-2023 17:00

Titan Stealer: A New Golang-Based Information Stealer Malware Emerges
A new Golang-based information stealer malware dubbed Titan Stealer is being advertised by threat actors through their Telegram channel. "The stealer is capable of stealing a variety of information from infected Windows machines, including credential dat
30-01-2023 16:56

Unphishable mobile MFA through hardware keys
With Azure AD and FIDO security keys, you can make MFA more secure and avoid having to provision certificates on everyone’s phones. The post appeared first on .
30-01-2023 15:07

Realtek Vulnerability Under Attack: Over 134 Million Attempts to Hack IoT Devices
Researchers are warning about a spike in exploitation attempts weaponizing a now-patched critical remote code execution flaw in Realtek Jungle SDK since the start of August 2022. According to Palo Alto Networks Unit 42, the ongoing campaign is said to ha
30-01-2023 15:00

Zero-trust security: A cheat sheet (free PDF)
Current cybersecurity practices are woefully unprepared to meet the complexities of modern networks. Cloud services, remote users, personally-owned devices, mobile company assets and other forms of tech regularly move from outside the network in, and a o
30-01-2023 11:00

Gootkit Malware Continues to Evolve with New Components and Obfuscations
The threat actors associated with the Gootkit malware have made "notable changes" to their toolset, adding new components and obfuscations to their infection chains. Google-owned Mandiant is monitoring the activity cluster under the moniker UNC2565, noti
29-01-2023 11:17

Microsoft Urges Customers to Secure On-Premises Exchange Servers
Microsoft is urging customers to keep their Exchange servers updated as well as take steps to bolster the environment, such as enabling Windows Extended Protection and configuring certificate-based signing of PowerShell serialization payloads. "Attackers
28-01-2023 16:12

Eliminating SaaS Shadow IT is Now Available via a Self-Service Product, Free of Charge
The use of software as a service (SaaS) is experiencing rapid growth and shows no signs of slowing down. Its decentralized and easy-to-use nature is beneficial for increasing employee productivity, but it also poses many security and IT challenges. Keepi
28-01-2023 16:11

ISC Releases Security Patches for New BIND DNS Software Vulnerabilities
The Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) has released patches to address multiple security vulnerabilities in the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) 9 Domain Name System (DNS) software suite that could lead to a denial-of-service (DoS) condition. "A remot
28-01-2023 13:25

Ukraine Hit with New Golang-based 'SwiftSlicer' Wiper Malware in Latest Cyber Attack
Ukraine has come under a fresh cyber onslaught from Russia that involved the deployment of a previously undocumented Golang-based data wiper dubbed SwiftSlicer. ESET attributed the attack to Sandworm, a nation-state group linked to Military Unit 74455 of
28-01-2023 11:19

Eliminating SaaS Shadow IT is Now Available via a Self-Service Product, Free of Charge
The use of software as a service (SaaS) is experiencing rapid growth and shows no signs of slowing down. Its decentralized and easy-to-use nature is beneficial for increasing employee productivity, but it also poses many security and IT challenges. Keepi
28-01-2023 04:00

FBI takes down Hive ransomware group
Working with international law enforcement, the FBI said it has seized control of the servers the Hive group uses to communicate with members. The post appeared first on .
27-01-2023 19:47

Experts Uncover the Identity of Mastermind Behind Golden Chickens Malware Service
Cybersecurity researchers have discovered the real-world identity of the threat actor behind Golden Chickens malware-as-a-service, who goes by the online persona "badbullzvenom." eSentire's Threat Response Unit (TRU), in an exhaustive report published fo
27-01-2023 19:20

Are you in control of your personal data? – Week in security with Tony Anscombe
Data Privacy Week is a reminder to protect your data – all year round. Here are three privacy-boosting habits you can start today. The post appeared first on
27-01-2023 18:15

How to use Microsoft KQL for SIEM insight
Microsoft’s cloud-hosted SIEM software comes with a suite of powerful analytics tools designed to read logs and find anomalies in the data haystack. The post appeared first on .
27-01-2023 18:05

SwiftSlicer: New destructive wiper malware strikes Ukraine
Sandworm continues to conduct attacks against carefully chosen targets in the war-torn country The post appeared first on
27-01-2023 17:45

Researchers Discover New PlugX Malware Variant Spreading via Removable USB Devices
Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a PlugX sample that employs sneaky methods to infect attached removable USB media devices in order to propagate the malware to additional systems. "This PlugX variant is wormable and infects USB devices in such a
27-01-2023 17:23

3 Lifehacks While Analyzing Orcus RAT in a Malware Sandbox
Orcus is a Remote Access Trojan with some distinctive characteristics. The RAT allows attackers to create plugins and offers a robust core feature set that makes it quite a dangerous malicious program in its class. RAT is quite a stable type that always
27-01-2023 16:25

British Cyber Agency Warns of Russian and Iranian Hackers Targeting Key Industries
The U.K. National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) on Thursday warned of spear-phishing attacks mounted by Russian and Iranian state-sponsored actors for information-gathering operations. "The attacks are not aimed at the general public but targets in specif
27-01-2023 16:07

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