Cybersecurity News


RASP 101: Staying Safe With Runtime Application Self-Protection

RASP 101: Staying Safe With Runtime Application Self-Protection The dream of RASP is to empower applications to protect themselves. How close do current implementations get to living the dream? Here's what to know.
25 September 2020

Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Bug let hijack Firefox browsers on other phones over Wi-Fi – NIST's new tool to help firms understand why staff fall for phishing – Almost 200 arrested in dark web crackdown

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25 September 2020

WannaCry Has IoT in Its Crosshairs

The wide variety of devices attached to the Internet of Things offers a rich target for purveyors of ransomware.
25 September 2020

Who is Tech Investor John Bernard?

John Bernard, the subject of a story here last week about a self-proclaimed millionaire investor who has bilked countless tech startups, appears to be a pseudonym for John Clifton Davies, a U.K. man who absconded from justice before being convicted on multiple counts of fraud in 2015. Prior to his conviction, Davies served 16 months in jail before being cleared of murdering his wife on their honeymoon in India.
25 September 2020

Verizon, AT&T settle overcharging whistleblower case for $116 million

Updated: The lawsuit alleged that both telecoms giants overcharged government agencies for over a decade.
25 September 2020

Airbnb may be exposing private host inbox messages, bookings and earnings data

Airbnb hosts report that they are able to access inboxes that do not belong to them.
25 September 2020

5 tips for better Google Drive security

As cloud storage solutions are becoming more and more popular, we look at several simple steps you can take to secure your files on Google Drive

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25 September 2020

Malware Attacks Declined But Became More Evasive in Q2

Most of the malware used in attacks last quarter were designed to evade signature-based detection tools, WatchGuard says.
24 September 2020

CISA says a hacker breached a federal agency

CISA didn't name the attacker but it published an in-depth incident report detailing the hacker's every step.
24 September 2020

Bluetooth Security Weaknesses Pile Up, While Patching Remains Problematic

Turns out, creating wireless ecosystems for a vast number of different architectures, configurations, and use cases is hard.
24 September 2020

Microsoft removed 18 Azure AD apps used by Chinese state-sponsored hacker group

Azure AD apps were abused by the Gadolinium (APT40) group to attack Microsoft Azure customers.
24 September 2020

Feds Hit with Successful Cyberattack, Data Stolen

Feds Hit with Successful Cyberattack, Data Stolen The attack featured a unique, multistage malware and a likely PulseSecure VPN exploit.
24 September 2020

Cisco Patch-Palooza Tackles 29 High-Severity Bugs

Cisco Patch-Palooza Tackles 29 High-Severity Bugs Patches and workaround fixes address flaws on networking hardware running Cisco IOS XE software.
24 September 2020

Critical Instagram Flaw Could Let Attackers Spy on Victims

A now-patched remote code execution vulnerability could be exploited with a specially sized image file, researchers report.
24 September 2020

Free Apple iPhone 12? Chatbot Scam Spreads Via Texts

Free Apple iPhone 12? Chatbot Scam Spreads Via Texts Convincing SMS messages tell victims that they've been selected for a pre-release trial for the soon-to-be-launched device.
24 September 2020

Solving the Problem With Security Standards

More explicit threat models can make security better and open the door to real and needed innovation.
24 September 2020

Twitter prepares for US election with new security training, penetration tests

Twitter has also rolled out hardware security keys to all employees to prevent social engineering and phishing attacks.
24 September 2020

Microsoft: Attackers Exploiting ‘ZeroLogon’ Windows Flaw

Microsoft warned on Wednesday that malicious hackers are exploiting a particularly dangerous flaw in Windows Server systems that could be used to give attackers the keys to the kingdom inside a vulnerable corporate network. Microsoft's warning comes just days after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued an emergency directive instructing all federal agencies to patch the vulnerability by Sept. 21 at the latest.
24 September 2020

CrowdStrike Agrees to Acquire Preempt Security for $96M

CrowdStrike plans to use Preempt Security's conditional access technology to strengthen its Falcon platform.
24 September 2020

CrowdStrike Agrees to Acquire Preemptive Security for $96M

CrowdStrike plans to use Preemptive Security's conditional access technology to strengthen its Falcon platform.
24 September 2020