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Facebook sues Namecheap for letting scammers register lookalike domains

Facebook says Namecheap did not cooperate and share details about owners of suspicious domains.
05 March 2020

Facebook sues Namecheap to unmask hackers who registered malicious domains

Facebook says Namecheap did not cooperate and share details about the owners of the suspicious domains.
05 March 2020

Chris Eng: Patch Management Challenges Drive ‘Security Debt’

Chris Eng: Patch Management Challenges Drive ‘Security Debt’ Chris Eng with Veracode talks about how organizations are falling into security debt due to patch management issues.
05 March 2020

Chris Eng: Patch Management Challenges Drive ‘Security Debt’

Chris Eng: Patch Management Challenges Drive ‘Security Debt’ Chris Eng with Veracode talks about how organizations are falling into security debt due to patch management issues.
05 March 2020

6 Steps CISOs Should Take to Secure Their OT Systems

The first question each new CISO must answer is, "What should I do on Monday morning?" My suggestion: Go back to basics. And these steps will help.
05 March 2020

Poll: Strengthening Security ... by Easing Security?

If security measures were made easier for end users, would your organization be more secure?
05 March 2020

Microsoft, Google, Facebook, and others join forces with law enforcement on child abuse crackdown

Participating tech firms include Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Snap, and Roblox.
05 March 2020

Researchers Find 670+ Microsoft Subdomains Vulnerable to Takeover

The now-fixed flaw could have enabled attackers to trick users into downloading malicious content or sharing credentials.
05 March 2020

Request for Comments: Software-based PIN Entry on COTS Standard v1.1

 

From 2 March to 31 March 2020, PCI SSC stakeholders can participate in a Request for Comments (RFC) on the Software-based PIN Entry on COTS Standard v1.1 draft. 

05 March 2020

Search Engine Aims to Make Dark Markets More Accessible

Two years after the administrator of the Grams search engine shuttered the service, another search engine for finding questionable and illegal goods on the Dark Web has opened up shop.
05 March 2020

High-Severity Cisco Webex Flaws Fixed

High-Severity Cisco Webex Flaws Fixed The high-severity flaws, existing in Webex Player and Webex Network Recording Player, can allow arbitrary code execution.
05 March 2020

High-Severity Cisco Webex Flaws Fixed

High-Severity Cisco Webex Flaws Fixed The high-severity flaws, existing in Webex Player and Webex Network Recording Player, can allow arbitrary code execution.
05 March 2020

Advanced Tech Needs More Ethical Consideration & Security

Unintended consequences and risks need board-level attention and action.
05 March 2020

Intel CSME bug is worse than previously thought

Researchers say a full patch requires replacing hardware. Only the latest Intel 10th generation CPUs are not affected.
05 March 2020

T-Mobile says hacker gained access to employee email accounts, user data

This is the second security breach T-Mobile discloses in the last six months, after a first incident in November 2019.
05 March 2020

Backdoor malware is being spread through fake security certificate alerts

Victims of this new technique are invited to install a malicious "security certificate update" when they visit compromised websites.
05 March 2020

Trump, Sanders Are the Top Brands for Cybercriminals

Trump, Sanders Are the Top Brands for Cybercriminals An analysis of spam subject lines and malicious domains shows that attackers have been betting on Trump and Sanders to snag public interest.
05 March 2020

Trump, Sanders Are the Top Brands for Cybercriminals

Trump, Sanders Are the Top Brands for Cybercriminals An analysis of spam subject lines and malicious domains shows that attackers have been betting on Trump and Sanders to snag public interest.
05 March 2020

Let’s Encrypt Pushes Back Deadline to Revoke Some TLS Certificates

Let’s Encrypt Pushes Back Deadline to Revoke Some TLS Certificates While 1.7 million of the certificates potentially affected by a CAA bug have already been replaced, around 1 million are still active.
05 March 2020

Guildma: The Devil drives electric

The fourth installment of our occasional series demystifying Latin American banking trojans

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05 March 2020