Cybersecurity News


Microsoft Bing team launches COVID-19 tracker

Microsoft's COVID-19 tracker is located at bing.com/covid.
15 March 2020

Browser vendor leaks data via open server

Blisk browser devs left an Elasticsearch server exposed online without a password.
14 March 2020

Beware scams exploiting coronavirus fears

From malware-laden emails to fake donations, these are some of the most common cons you should watch out for amid the public health crisis

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13 March 2020

DDoS Attack Trends Reveal Stronger Shift to IoT, Mobile

Attackers are capitalizing on the rise of misconfigured Internet-connected devices running the WS-Discovery protocol, and mobile carriers are hosting distributed denial-of-service weapons.
13 March 2020

Working from Home: COVID-19’s Constellation of Security Challenges

Working from Home: COVID-19’s Constellation of Security Challenges Organizations are sending employees and students home to work and learn -- but implementing the plan opens the door to more attacks, IT headaches and brand-new security challenges.
13 March 2020

WordPress Plugin Bug in Popup Builder Threatens 100K Websites

WordPress Plugin Bug in Popup Builder Threatens 100K Websites The high-severity flaw allows malicious code injection into website pop-up windows.
13 March 2020

Big BEC Bust Brings Down Dozens

Two dozen individuals have been named in the latest arrests of alleged participants in a business email compromise scheme that cost victims $30 million.
13 March 2020

Czech hospital hit by cyber-attack while in the midst of a COVID-19 outbreak

One of the Czech Republic's biggest COVID-19 testing laboratories hit by mysterious cyber-attack.
13 March 2020

Beyond Burnout: What Is Cybersecurity Doing to Us?

Beyond Burnout: What Is Cybersecurity Doing to Us? Infosec professionals may feel not only fatigued, but isolated, unwell, and unsafe. And the problem may hurt both them and the businesses they aim to protect.
13 March 2020

Coronavirus-Themed APT Attack Spreads Malware

Coronavirus-Themed APT Attack Spreads Malware The APT group was spotted sending spear-phishing emails that purport to detail information about coronavirus - but they actually infect victims with a custom RAT.
13 March 2020

What Cybersecurity Pros Really Think About Artificial Intelligence

What Cybersecurity Pros Really Think About Artificial Intelligence While there's a ton of unbounded optimism from vendor marketing and consultant types, practitioners are still reserving a lot of judgment.
13 March 2020

Princess Cruises Confirms Data Breach

The cruise liner, forced to shut down operations due to coronavirus, says the incident may have compromised passengers' personal data.
13 March 2020

ACLU Sues Over U.S. Airport Facial-Recognition Technology

ACLU Sues Over U.S. Airport Facial-Recognition Technology Civil-liberties group wants more transparency about who the government is partnering with and how they are using the information gathered in biometric checks.
13 March 2020

Week in security with Tony Anscombe

ESET research into Turla's new campaign – What is CEO fraud and how to defend against it – How Microsoft enterprise accounts get hacked

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13 March 2020

A Lesson in Social Engineering

What kind of school project is this?
13 March 2020

Radio.com users affected in data breach

An unknown number of people had their personal data exposed as hackers accessed database backup files

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13 March 2020

Texas Chose to Fight Ransomware and Not Pay. What About the Rest of Us?

Law-abiding folks like us applauded Texas for its bravery - but would we have the steel will to stand on the side of justice if it happened to us? Probably not.
13 March 2020

Tor team warns of Tor Browser bug that runs JavaScript on sites it shouldn't

Tor team says it's working on a fix, but has no timeline.
13 March 2020

4:15 p.m.: An urgent message from the CEO

What is CEO fraud, why is it so prevalent, and how can organizations recognize and defend themselves against these attacks?

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13 March 2020

Europol takes down SIM-swap hacking rings responsible for theft of millions of euros

Arrests have been made across Europe in an effort to stamp out gangs specializing in SIM-swapping attacks.
13 March 2020