Cybersecurity News


5 Soothing Security Products We Wish Existed

5 Soothing Security Products We Wish Existed Maybe security alert fatigue wouldn't be so bad if the alerts themselves delivered less stress and more aromatherapy.
03 April 2020

Self-Propagating Malware Targets Thousands of Docker Ports Per Day

Self-Propagating Malware Targets Thousands of Docker Ports Per Day A Bitcoin-mining campaign using the Kinsing malware is spreading quickly thanks to cloud-container misconfigurations.
03 April 2020

Cloud Providers, CDNs Team Up to Battle Internet Routing Attacks

Cloud Providers, CDNs Team Up to Battle Internet Routing Attacks A group of CDNs and cloud providers are joining in on a fight against common internet routing attacks.
03 April 2020

FBI Warns Education & Remote Work Platforms About Cyberattacks

The FBI expects attackers will target virtual environments as more organizations rely on them as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
03 April 2020

This is Not Your Father's Ransomware

This is Not Your Father's Ransomware Ransomware operators are aiming for bigger targets and hitting below the belt. With doxing and extortion threats added to the mix, ransomware is evolving into something even more sinister.
03 April 2020

Want to Improve Cloud Security? It Starts with Logging

Remedying the "garbage in, garbage out" problem requires an understanding of what is causing the problem in the first place.
03 April 2020

Web skimming attacks did not see a big spike during COVID-19 quarantines

However, experts expect to see an increase in web skimming attacks going forward.
03 April 2020

Spearphishing Campaign Exploits COVID-19 To Spread Lokibot Infostealer

Spearphishing Campaign Exploits COVID-19 To Spread Lokibot Infostealer The attack discovered uses World Health Organization trademark to lure users with info related to coronavirus.
03 April 2020

Reminder: The Black Hat USA 2020 Call for Papers Ends Monday

Now is the time to pitch your great idea for a groundbreaking information security Briefing at Black Hat USA in August. But hurry because submissions close April 6!
03 April 2020

Researchers propose method to track coronavirus through smartphones while protecting privacy

The concept itself is quite simple but could be invaluable in shielding the general public from privacy violations.
03 April 2020

How to prevent ZoomBombing from your Zoom video conference

  By William Knowles @c4i Senior Editor InfoSec News April 3, 2020 It seems lately not an hour goes by without news of another ZoomBombing happening, just as I was preparing this story comes this headline from Vermont Senate committee Zoom hearing derailed by porn hacker A Vermont Senate Committee on Agriculture Zoom hearing, which was […]
03 April 2020

A hacker has wiped, defaced more than 15,000 Elasticsearch servers

Hacker tries to pin the blame on Night Lion Securty, a US cyber-security firm.
03 April 2020

Hacking forum gets hacked for the second time in a year

Forum where hackers sold and bought hacked accounts gets hacked itself.
02 April 2020

Phishers Try 'Text Direction Deception' Technique to Bypass Email Filters

With COVID-19 concerns running high, attackers are trying new tactics to get to users.
02 April 2020

A Day in The Life of a Pen Tester

Two penetration testers share their day-to-day responsibilities, challenges they encounter, and the skills they value most on the job.
02 April 2020

Google Squashes High-Severity Flaws in Chrome Browser

Google Squashes High-Severity Flaws in Chrome Browser Google is rolling out the newest Chrome browser version, 80.0.3987.162, in the coming days.
02 April 2020

Bad Bots Build Presence Across the Web

Bots that mimic human behavior are driving a growing percentage of website traffic while contributing to an avalanche of misinformation.
02 April 2020

Work from home: Securing RDP and remote access

As work from home is the new norm in the coronavirus era, you’re probably thinking of enabling remote desktop connections for your off-site staff. Here’s how to do it securely.

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02 April 2020

Companies Are Failing to Deploy Key Solution for Email Security

A single -- albeit complex-to-deploy -- technology could stop the most expensive form of fraud, experts say. Why aren't more companies adopting it?
02 April 2020