Cybersecurity News


Ditch the Alert Cannon: Modernizing IDS is a Security Must-Do

Ditch the Alert Cannon: Modernizing IDS is a Security Must-Do Jeff Costlow, CISO at ExtraHop, makes the case for implementing next-gen intrusion-detection systems (NG-IDS) and retiring those noisy 90s compliance platforms.
17 September 2021

AT&T Phone-Unlocking Malware Ring Costs Carrier $200M

AT&T Phone-Unlocking Malware Ring Costs Carrier $200M With the help of malicious insiders, a fraudster was able to install malware and remotely divorce iPhones and other handsets from the carrier's U.S. network -- all the way from Pakistan.
17 September 2021

Microsoft MSHTML Flaw Exploited by Ryuk Ransomware Gang

Microsoft MSHTML Flaw Exploited by Ryuk Ransomware Gang Microsoft and RiskIQ researchers have identified several campaigns using the recently patched zero-day, reiterating a call for organizations to update affected systems.
17 September 2021

This banking Trojan abuses YouTube to manage remote settings

The spam-spread malware is another headache for Latin America in the cybersecurity realm.
17 September 2021

Numando: Count once, code twice

The (probably) penultimate post in our occasional series demystifying Latin American banking trojans.

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17 September 2021

Cyberattacks against the aviation industry linked to Nigerian threat actor

The investigation began after a Microsoft tweet concerning AsyncRAT.
17 September 2021

Trial Ends in Guilty Verdict for DDoS-for-Hire Boss

A jury in California today reached a guilty verdict in the trial of Matthew Gatrel, a St. Charles, Ill. man charged in 2018 with operating two online services that allowed paying customers to launch powerful distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against Internet users and websites. Gatrel's conviction comes roughly two weeks after his co-conspirator pleaded guilty to criminal charges related to running the services.
16 September 2021

CISA, FBI: State-Backed APTs May Be Exploiting Critical Zoho Bug

CISA, FBI: State-Backed APTs May Be Exploiting Critical Zoho Bug The newly identified bug in a Zoho single sign-on and password management tool has been under active attack since early August.
16 September 2021

Airline Credential-Theft Takes Off in Widening Campaign

Airline Credential-Theft Takes Off in Widening Campaign A spyware effort bent on stealing cookies and logins is being driven by unsophisticated attackers cashing in on the initial-access-broker boom.
16 September 2021

Information Supplement: Implementing ISO Format 4 PIN Blocks


The Implementing ISO Format 4 PIN Blocks Information Supplement provides guidance to help PIN acquiring entities with the planning, migration, and testing of the implementation of ISO Format 4 PIN blocks in conformance with the requirements in the PCI PIN Standard. This document contains information that may be useful in migrating to the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES).

16 September 2021

Financial Cybercrime: Following Cryptocurrency via Public Ledgers

Financial Cybercrime: Following Cryptocurrency via Public Ledgers John Hammond, security researcher with Huntress, discusses a wallet-hijacking RAT, and how law enforcement recovered millions in Bitcoin after the Colonial Pipeline attack.
16 September 2021

REvil/Sodinokibi Ransomware Universal Decryptor Key Is Out

REvil/Sodinokibi Ransomware Universal Decryptor Key Is Out Bitdefender worked with law enforcement to create a key to unlock victims encrypted in ransomware attacks before REvil's servers went belly-up on July 13.
16 September 2021

New Go malware Capoae targets WordPress installs, Linux systems

Capoae highlights the increase of cyberattacks designed to deploy cryptocurrency-mining payloads.
16 September 2021

DDoS Attacks: A Flourishing Business for Cybercrooks – Podcast

DDoS Attacks: A Flourishing Business for Cybercrooks – Podcast Imperva’s Peter Klimek on how DDoS attacks started out as inconveniences but evolved to the point where attackers can disrupt businesses for as little as the price of a cup of coffee,
16 September 2021

HP Omen Hub Exposes Millions of Gamers to Cyberattack

HP Omen Hub Exposes Millions of Gamers to Cyberattack A driver privilege-escalation bug gives attackers kernel-mode access to millions of PCs used for gaming.
16 September 2021

Azure Zero-Day Flaws Highlight Lurking Supply-Chain Risk

Azure Zero-Day Flaws Highlight Lurking Supply-Chain Risk Dubbed OMIGOD, a series of vulnerabilities in the Open Management Infrastructure used in Azure on Linux demonstrate hidden security threats, researchers said.
16 September 2021

Customer Care Giant TTEC Hit By Ransomware?

TTEC, [NASDAQ: TTEC], a company used by some of the world's largest brands to help manage customer support and sales online and over the phone, is dealing with disruptions from a network security incident that appears to be the result of a ransomware attack, KrebsOnSecurity has learned.
15 September 2021

No Patch for High-Severity Bug in Legacy IBM System X Servers

No Patch for High-Severity Bug in Legacy IBM System X Servers Two of IBM's aging flagship server models, retired in 2020, won’t be patched for a command-injection flaw.
15 September 2021

Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes actively exploited zero‑day and 85 other flaws

The most recent Patch Tuesday includes a fix for the previously disclosed and actively exploited remote code execution flaw in MSHTML.

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15 September 2021

Attackers Impersonate DoT in Two-Day Phishing Scam

Attackers Impersonate DoT in Two-Day Phishing Scam Threat actors dangled the lure of receiving funds from the $1 trillion infrastructure bill and created new domains mimicking the real federal site.
15 September 2021