Cybersecurity News


Feds Seize $1B in Bitcoin from Silk Road

Feds Seize $1B in Bitcoin from Silk Road The illegal marketplace was hacked prior to it's takedown -- the IRS has now tracked down those stolen funds, it said.
06 November 2020

Apple Patches 24 Vulnerabilities Across Product Lines

The vulnerabilities include three for which exploits have already been seen in the wild.
06 November 2020

Campari Site Suffers Ransomware Hangover

Campari Site Suffers Ransomware Hangover The Ragnar Locker operators released a stolen contract between Wild Turkey and actor Matthew McConaughey, as proof of compromise.
06 November 2020

The Oracle-Walmart-TikTok Deal Is Not Enough

The social media deal raises issues involving data custodianship and trusted tech partnerships.
06 November 2020

Gitpaste-12 Worm Targets Linux Servers, IoT Devices

Gitpaste-12 Worm Targets Linux Servers, IoT Devices The newly discovered malware uses GitHub and Pastebin to house component code, and harbors 12 different initial attack vectors.
06 November 2020

Name That Toon: Masks and Manners

Name That Toon: Masks and Manners Feeling creative? Submit your caption in the comments, and our panel of experts will reward the winner with a $25 Amazon gift card.
06 November 2020

Linux version of RansomEXX ransomware discovered

This marks the first time a major Windows ransomware strain has been ported to Linux to aid hackers in their targeted intrusions.
06 November 2020

Request for Comments: PCI Card Production v3 Draft Standard

 

From 2 November to 1 December 2020, PCI SSC stakeholders can participate in a Request for Comments (RFC) on PCI Card Production v3 Draft Standard. Stakeholders can review the primary changes which are summarized in the Card Production and Provisioning Security Requirements v3.0 Summary of Changes document.

06 November 2020

Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Could a career in cybersecurity be right for you? – Google discloses a zero-day bug in Windows – Video game maker Capcom suffers a breach

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06 November 2020

Apple patches three actively exploited zero‑day flaws in iOS

The vulnerabilities, which are all being abused for targeted attacks, affect a long list of devices

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06 November 2020

How COVID-19 Changed the VC Investment Landscape for Cybersecurity Companies

What trends can startups and investors expect to see going forward?
06 November 2020

Apple Patches Bugs Tied to Previously Identified Zero-Days

Apple Patches Bugs Tied to Previously Identified Zero-Days The actively exploited vulnerabilities discovered by Project Zero exist across iPhone, iPad and iPod devices.
06 November 2020

Israeli companies targeted with new Pay2Key ransomware

Security firm Check Point reports what appears to be a targeted attack against Israeli companies.
06 November 2020

Ransomware gangs that steal your data don't always delete it

Coveware: Half of the Q3 2020 ransomware investigations involved data exfiltration, with cases doubling from the previous quarter.
06 November 2020

US Seizes 27 More IRGC-Controlled Domain Names

The action follows last month's seizure of 92 domain names used by Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps to spread disinformation.
05 November 2020

NSS Labs' Abrupt Shutdown Leaves Many Unanswered Questions

Former execs and employees share some insights into the testing firm's shutdown. What does it mean for the future of security product testing?
05 November 2020

Bug Bounty Hunters' Pro Tips on Chasing Vulns & Money

Bug Bounty Hunters' Pro Tips on Chasing Vulns & Money From meditation to the right mindset, seasoned vulnerability researchers give their advice on how to maximize bug bounty profits and avoid burnout.
05 November 2020

Gaming Giant Capcom Hit By Ragnar Locker Ransomware: Report

Gaming Giant Capcom Hit By Ragnar Locker Ransomware: Report The Resident Evil creator reportedly been hit in a ransomware attack that stole 1TB of sensitive data.
05 November 2020

Zoom Snooping: How Body Language Can Spill Your Password

Zoom Snooping: How Body Language Can Spill Your Password Researchers figure out how to read what people are typing during a Zoom call using shoulder movements.
05 November 2020

Apple fixes three iOS zero-days exploited in the wild

Apple has patched the three zero-days with today's release of iOS 14.2.
05 November 2020