Cybersecurity News


E.U. Authorities Crack Encryption of Massive Criminal and Murder Network

E.U. Authorities Crack Encryption of Massive Criminal and Murder Network Four-year investigation shuts down EncroChat and busts 746 alleged criminals for planning murders, selling drugs and laundering money.
03 July 2020

Hundreds arrested after police crack encrypted chat network

European police infiltrate EncroChat, go on to crack down on crime kingpins and seize guns, drugs, cars and millions in cash

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03 July 2020

Introducing 'Secure Access Service Edge'

The industry's latest buzzword is largely a repackaging exercise that bundles a collection of capabilities together and offers them as a cloud-delivered service.
03 July 2020

Ring Doorbell’s Police Partnerships Questioned Over Racial Bias

Ring Doorbell’s Police Partnerships Questioned Over Racial Bias Amazon has placed a moratorium on police use of its facial recognition platform - but a congressman asked if that extends to its Ring smart doorbell in a new inquiry.
03 July 2020

Cybersecurity's Lament: There are No Cooks in Space

Cybersecurity's Lament: There are No Cooks in Space Cybersecurity staff are on edge for the same reason that there are no cooks on the ISS: Organizations are carefully watching expenses for jobs that don't require dedicated team members.
03 July 2020

LinkedIn says iOS clipboard snooping after every key press is a bug, will fix

The new clipboard access detection and warning feature in iOS 14 exposes another app.
03 July 2020

National Security Agency releases Securing IPsec Virtual Private Networks

By William Knowles @c4iSenior EditorInfoSec NewsJuly 3, 2020 On the heels of the tweet from USCYBERCOM earlier in the week advising users of Palo Alto Networks to patch all devices affected by […]
03 July 2020

Roblox accounts hacked with pro-Trump messages

Hackers are taking Roblox credentials leaked on Pastebin, accessing accounts, and leaving the same "Ask your parents to vote for Trump this year" message on thousands of Roblox profiles.
02 July 2020

Building Security Strategies in Sub-Saharan Africa: Trends and Concerns

Security experts discuss the rise in cybercrime affecting sub-Saharan Africa and the necessary changes to improve security.
02 July 2020

BIG-IP Vulnerabilities Could be Big Trouble for Customers

Left unpatched, pair of vulnerabilities could give attackers wide access to a victim's application delivery network.
02 July 2020

BG-IP Vulnerabilities Could be Big Trouble for Customers

Left unpatched, pair of vulnerabilities could give attackers wide access to a victim's application delivery network.
02 July 2020

Making Sense of EARN IT & LAED Bills' Implications for Crypto

After Senate Judiciary Committee pushes EARN IT Act a step closer to ratification, raising further concerns for privacy advocates, here's what to know.
02 July 2020

Anatomy of a Long-Con Phish

Anatomy of a Long-Con Phish A fraudster on LinkedIn used my online profile in an apparent attempt to pull off a wide-ranging scam business venture.
02 July 2020

Sixteen Facebook apps caught secretly sharing data with third-parties

Academic study used unique "honeytoken" emails to install Facebook apps and see which emails received emails from unrecognized senders.
02 July 2020

Considerations for Seamless CCPA Compliance

Three steps to better serve consumers, ensure maximum security, and achieve compliance with the California Consumer Privacy Act.
02 July 2020

22,900 MongoDB Databases Affected in Ransomware Attack

An attacker scanned for databases misconfigured to expose information and wiped the data, leaving a ransom note behind.
02 July 2020

Trojans, Backdoors and Droppers: The Most-Analyzed Malware

Trojans, Backdoors and Droppers: The Most-Analyzed Malware Even so, backdoors and droppers are rare in the wild.
02 July 2020

Apache Guacamole Opens Door for Total Control of Remote Footprint

Apache Guacamole Opens Door for Total Control of Remote Footprint Several vulnerabilities can be chained together for a full exploit.
02 July 2020

Facebook Privacy Glitch Gave 5K Developers Access to ‘Expired’ Data

Facebook Privacy Glitch Gave 5K Developers Access to ‘Expired’ Data Facebook has fixed a privacy issue that gave developers access to user data long after the 90-day "expiration" date.
02 July 2020

Thousands of MongoDB databases ransacked, held for ransom

The cybercriminal behind the ransom raids on almost 23,000 databases threatens to leak the data and alert GDPR regulators

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02 July 2020