Researchers Explore Details of Critical VMware VulnerabilityThe vCenter vulnerability, patched on April 9, could give an intruder access to administrative credentials in three steps.
Attacks on Linksys Routers Trigger Mass Password ResetLinksys Smart Wi-Fi users were forced to reset their passwords after researchers discovered a router hack.
7 Common Questions about CPEs During COVID-19
Continuing professional education is an important component of PCI SSC Qualification. Staying up to date, even during the COVID-19 pandemic, with the latest knowledge, techniques, and insights helps support the Program Participant’s ability to effectively conduct the tasks and responsibilities associated with a PCI SSC Qualification.
Cybersecurity Home-School: The Robot ProjectThis fun project can teach your home-bound children and teens about cybersecurity (and keep them occupied for at least a little while).
Zoom Bombing Attack Hits U.S. Government MeetingA recent U.S. House Oversight Committee meeting was the latest victim of Zoom bombing, according to an internal letter.
Hackers Update Age-Old Excel 4.0 Macro AttackXLS files sent via emails appear password protected but aren’t, opening automatically to install malware from compromised macros, according to researchers.
'Look for the Helpers' to Securely Enable the Remote WorkforceCISOs and CIOs, you are our helpers. As you take action to reassure your company, your confidence is our confidence.
DHS CISA: Companies are getting hacked even after patching Pulse Secure VPNsHackers compromised Pulse Secure VPNs, stole AD credentials, and are now using the stolen passwords to access internal networks even after companies patched their VPN servers.
Week in security with Tony Anscombe
Sextortion-meets-coronavirus scams - The financial loss from coronavirus-themed fraud in America - Is the time ripe for one global set of data privacy rules?
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PoetRAT Trojan targets energy sector using coronavirus luresWind turbine operators are the focus of a new data-stealing campaign.
10 Standout Security M&A Deals from Q1 2020The first quarter of 2020 brought investments in enterprise IoT and endpoint security, as well as billion-dollar investments from private equity firms.
Facebook will now warn you if you’ve interacted with fake, dangerous coronavirus postsThe fight against COVID-19 scams, misinformation, and fake cures continues.
Clipboard hijacking malware found in 725 Ruby librariesThe malware would replace Bitcoin addresses copied to the clipboard with one controlled by the attacker.
Scams, lies, and coronavirus
Scams demanding bitcoin on pain of infecting you with the coronavirus gain their fair share of shine among schemes with a thin veneer of plausibility
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