Cybersecurity News


Half of Firms Likely Running Vulnerable Oracle E-Business Suite

Two security vulnerabilities could open up companies to financial attacks and compliance violations if the software is not updated, Onapsis says.
16 June 2020

Just Updated: PTS POI Standard

 

Today, PCI SSC has PCI PIN Transaction Security (PTS) Point-of-Interaction (POI) Modular Security Requirements v6.0. Updates are designed to meet the accelerating changes of payment device technology, while providing protections against criminals who continue to develop new ways to steal payment card data.

16 June 2020

Survey shows rise in robocalls amid COVID‑19 fears

The unsolicited phone calls tout everything from miracle cures to financial relief – here's how you can stay safe

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16 June 2020

Avon recovering after mysterious cyber-security incident

Parts of the Avon It network has been down since last week, according to SEC documents.
16 June 2020

IoT Security Trends & Challenges in the Wake of COVID-19

The demand for Internet of Things security practices that protect sensitive medical equipment and data will double within the next five years. Here's why.
16 June 2020

Ripple20 vulnerabilities will haunt the IoT landscape for years to come

Security researchers disclose 19 vulnerabilities impacting a TCP/IP library found at the base of many IoT products.
16 June 2020

Shadow IT: Why It’s Still a Major Risk in Today’s Environments

Shadow IT: Why It’s Still a Major Risk in Today’s Environments According to industry analyst firm Gartner, as many as one-third of successful attacks on enterprises target data that are housed in unsanctioned IT resources.
16 June 2020

Old GTP protocol vulnerabilities will also impact future 5G networks

Bugs allow denial-of-service, user impersonation, user tracking, and fraud attacks, two separate reports warn.
15 June 2020

Ryuk Continues to Dominate Ransomware Response Cases

Analysis reveals how Ryuk's operators are changing their techniques and using new means to break in.
15 June 2020

Now-Former eBay Security Team Members Charged in Bizarre Cyberstalking Campaign

A bloody pig mask, doxing threats, and a foiled surveillance attempt were among the actions six ex-eBay employees took against an editor and publisher of a newsletter.
15 June 2020

Twitter Disrupts Wide-Ranging Political Disinformation Campaigns

Twitter Disrupts Wide-Ranging Political Disinformation Campaigns This removal, of 32K accounts, is not the first time Twitter has taken action to protect its users from influence operations. Researchers weighed in on the practice with Threatpost.
15 June 2020

Intel Tackles Malware Related to Memory Security at Hardware Level

New control-flow enforcement technology will become available with upcoming Tiger Lake mobile processor, chipmaker says.
15 June 2020

Intel Adds Anti-Malware Protection in Tiger Lake CPUs

Intel Adds Anti-Malware Protection in Tiger Lake CPUs Intel's Tiger Lake CPUs will come with Control-flow Enforcement Technology (CET), aimed at battling common control-flow hijacking attacks.
15 June 2020

WFH Alert: Critical Bug Found in Old D-Link Router Models

WFH Alert: Critical Bug Found in Old D-Link Router Models Researchers find six bugs in consumer D-Link DIR-865L Wireless AC 1750 Dual Band Cloud Router.
15 June 2020

WFH Alert: Critical Bug Found in Old D-Link Router Models

WFH Alert: Critical Bug Found in Old D-Link Router Models Researchers find six bugs in consumer D-Link DIR-865L Wireless AC 1750 Dual Band Cloud Router.
15 June 2020

Microsoft Releases Update for DoS Flaw in .NET Core

Customers are advised to install the latest version of PowerShell to fully address CVE-2020-1108.
15 June 2020

Claire’s Customers Targeted with Magecart Payment-Card Skimmer

Claire’s Customers Targeted with Magecart Payment-Card Skimmer The Magecart group targeted the tween accessories specialist starting the day after it shuttered its retail locations due to coronavirus.
15 June 2020

‘Lamphone’ Hack Uses Lightbulb Vibrations to Eavesdrop on Homes

‘Lamphone’ Hack Uses Lightbulb Vibrations to Eavesdrop on Homes A new hack allowed researchers to discern sound -- including "Let it Be" by the Beatles, and audio from a Donald Trump speech -- from lightbulb vibrations.
15 June 2020

Warning issued over hackable security cameras

The owners of the vulnerable indoor cameras are advised to unplug the devices immediately

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15 June 2020

South African bank to replace 12m cards after employees stole master key

Postbank says employees printed its master key at one of its data centers and then used it to steal $3.2 million.
15 June 2020