Cybersecurity News


Cyber Monday is Every Monday: Securing the ‘New Normal’

Cyber Monday is Every Monday: Securing the ‘New Normal’ From eCommerce threats, to security concerns in connected speakers, Fortinet researchers discuss the top evolving threats of 2020, heading into the new year.
10 December 2020

The Line Between Physical Security & Cybersecurity Blurs as World Gets More Digital

Security teams are being challenged by the connected nature of IP devices, and preventing them from being compromised by cybercriminals has become an essential part of keeping people and property safe.
10 December 2020

Romania to host the EU's new cybersecurity research hub

Romania's capital, Bucharest, was selected as host for the EU's future cybersecurity research hub.
10 December 2020

Google Shares Cloud Security Tips

Anton Chuvakin, head of solution strategy at Google Cloud Security, discusses common cloud security hurdles and how to get over them.
10 December 2020

Misery of Ransomware Hits Hospitals the Hardest

Misery of Ransomware Hits Hospitals the Hardest Ransomware attacks targeting hospitals have exacted a human cost as well as financial.
10 December 2020

Proof-of-concept exploit code published for new Kerberos Bronze Bit attack

The Kerberos Bronze Bit attack can allow intruders to bypass authentication and access sensitive network services.
10 December 2020

Critical Steam Flaws Could Let Gamers to Crash Opponents’ Computers

Critical Steam Flaws Could Let Gamers to Crash Opponents’ Computers Valve fixed critical bugs in its Steam gaming client, which is a platform for popular video games like Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Dota2 and Half Life.
10 December 2020

Cybersecurity Advent calendar: Tips for buying gifts and not receiving coal

While shopping for the perfect presents, be on the lookout for naughty cybercriminals trying to ruin your Christmas cheer by tricking you out of both gifts and money

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10 December 2020

Operation StealthyTrident: corporate software under attack

LuckyMouse, TA428, HyperBro, Tmanger and ShadowPad linked in Mongolian supply-chain attack

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10 December 2020

njRAT Trojan operators are now using Pastebin as alternative to central command server

Avoiding C2 infrastructure could help hackers avoid detection.
10 December 2020

Remote code execution vulnerability uncovered in Starbucks mobile platform

The researcher’s report revealed multiple endpoints vulnerable to the same flaw.
10 December 2020

Hackers are selling more than 85,000 SQL databases on a dark web portal

Hackers break into databases, steal their content, hold it for ransom for 9 days, and then sell to the highest bidder if the DB owner doesn't want to pay the ransom demand.
09 December 2020

Researcher Developed New Kernel-Level Exploits for Old Vulns in Windows

Problem has to do with a print driver component found in all versions of Windows going back to Windows 7, security researcher from Singular Security Lab says at Black Hat Europe 2020.
09 December 2020

Adobe to block Flash content from running on January 12, 2021

Adobe releases final Flash update with stronger language asking users to uninstall the app before its EOL.
09 December 2020

Ransomware Makes Up Half of All Major Incidents

Misconfigurations and lack of visibility allow attackers to compromise networks and monetize their intrusions, according to CrowdStrike's analysis of about 200 incidents.
09 December 2020

Security Incidents Are 'Tip of the Iceberg,' Says UK Security Official

Pete Cooper, deputy director of cyber defense for the UK Cabinet Office, emphasized the importance of security fundamentals, collaboration, and diversity in his Black Hat Europe keynote talk.
09 December 2020

10 Ways Device Identifiers Can Spot a Cybercriminal

10 Ways Device Identifiers Can Spot a Cybercriminal Device IDs, which are assigned to mobile devices to distinguish one from another, can help organizations flag fraud, cyberattacks, and other suspicious activities.
09 December 2020

Record Levels of Software Bugs Plague Short-Staffed IT Teams in 2020

Record Levels of Software Bugs Plague Short-Staffed IT Teams in 2020 As just one symptom, 83 percent of the Top 30 U.S. retailers have vulnerabilities which pose an “imminent” cyber-threat, including Amazon, Costco, Kroger and Walmart.
09 December 2020

Vulnerabilities Continue Around 2019 Pace

After lagging 2019 numbers in the first quarter, vulnerabilities have surged in the rest of 2020, leading researchers to predict that final numbers for this year will meet or exceed those of last year, report says.
09 December 2020

Google open-sources Atheris, a tool for finding security bugs in Python code

Atheris helps developers find bugs in Python-based codebases using a technique called fuzzing.
09 December 2020