Cybersecurity News


SAP Stomps Out Critical RCE Flaw in Manufacturing Software

SAP Stomps Out Critical RCE Flaw in Manufacturing Software The remote code execution flaw could allow attackers to deploy malware, modify network configurations and view databases.
10 March 2021

Fake Ad Blocker Delivers Hybrid Cryptominer/Ransomware Infection

Fake Ad Blocker Delivers Hybrid Cryptominer/Ransomware Infection A hybrid Monero cryptominer and ransomware bug has hit 20,000 machines in 60 days.
10 March 2021

Malware Operator Employs New Trick to Upload its Dropper into Google Play

Check Point researchers recently discovered the Clast82 dropper hidden in nine legitimate Android utility apps.
10 March 2021

Cyberattackers Exploiting Critical WordPress Plugin Bug

Cyberattackers Exploiting Critical WordPress Plugin Bug The security hole in the Plus Addons for Elementor plugin was used in active zero-day attacks prior to a patch being issued.
10 March 2021

US Schools Faced Record Number of Security Incidents in 2020

The K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center reports an 18% increase in security incidents as schools moved classes online.
10 March 2021

'Thousands' of Verkada Cameras Affected by Hacking Breach

Thousands of Verkada cameras have been affected by a breach from a group of hackers, who have reportedly gained access to surveillance systems inside several high-profile companies, police departments, hospitals, prisons and schools.
10 March 2021

Multiple Attack Groups Exploited Microsoft Exchange Flaws Prior to the Patches

Researchers have spotted multiple groups exploiting the zero-day Exchange server vulnerabilities.
10 March 2021

Hiding in Plain Sight: Protecting Enterprises from the 'New' Shadow IT

Three steps to fight this increasingly vexing problem.
10 March 2021

How to Protect Vulnerable Seniors From Cybercrime

How to Protect Vulnerable Seniors From Cybercrime According to the FBI, people over the age of 60 lose more money to cybercrime than any other age group. The good news: Safety is only three main tips away.
10 March 2021

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10 March 2021

Nim-Based Malware Loader Spreads Via Spear-Phishing Emails

Nim-Based Malware Loader Spreads Via Spear-Phishing Emails Spear-phishing emails are spreading the NimzaLoader malware loader, which some say may be used to download Cobalt Strike.
10 March 2021

2020 was a ‘record-breaking’ year in US school hacks, security failures

New research suggests “cybersecurity risks are now neither hypothetical, nor trivial.”
10 March 2021

Digitally Transforming Trusted Transactions Through Biometrics, ML & AI

The pandemic has increased the appetite for e-commerce and contactless payments, and biometrics and artificial intelligence are playing a larger role in securing those transactions.
10 March 2021

Call Recorder iPhone App Flaw Uncovered

Researcher finds thousands of recorded calls easily accessible to others.
10 March 2021

Breach Exposes Verkada Security Camera Footage at Tesla, Cloudflare

Breach Exposes Verkada Security Camera Footage at Tesla, Cloudflare Surveillance footage from companies such as Tesla as well as hospitals, prisons, police departments and schools was accessed in the hack.
10 March 2021

Microsoft expands AccountGuard ahead of elections, deepens Yubico partnership

Enhanced identity and access features are on offer in 31 democracies.
10 March 2021

Exchange servers under siege from at least 10 APT groups

ESET Research has found LuckyMouse, Tick, Winnti Group, and Calypso, among others, are likely using the recent Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities to compromise email servers all around the world

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10 March 2021

Online health security – when ‘opt out’ isn’t an option

What happens when you try to opt out of e-health to avoid issues in the event of a breach?

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10 March 2021

OVHcloud data centers engulfed in flames

Customers are being urged to launch their own disaster recovery plans.
10 March 2021

Microsoft Patch Tuesday, March 2021 Edition

On the off chance you were looking for more security to-dos from Microsoft today...the company released software updates to plug more than 82 security flaws in Windows and other supported software. Ten of these earned Microsoft's "critical" rating, meaning they can be exploited by malware or miscreants with little or no help from users.
09 March 2021