Cybersecurity News


Mom & Daughter Duo Hack Homecoming Crown

Mom & Daughter Duo Hack Homecoming Crown A Florida high-school student faces jail time for rigging her school's Homecoming Queen election.
16 March 2021

IronNet Cybersecurity to Go Public in Merger

Company intends for the deal to drive adoption of its Collective Defense Platform.
16 March 2021

Microsoft Releases Mitigation Tool for On-Premises Exchange Servers

The tool, developed for organizations without dedicated IT and security teams, is meant to be used as temporary mitigation.
16 March 2021

Best Practices for Securing Service Accounts

While service accounts solve many of the challenges presented by automation, they can also create serious problems when it comes to cybersecurity.
16 March 2021

Latest Mirai Variant Targets SonicWall, D-Link and IoT Devices

Latest Mirai Variant Targets SonicWall, D-Link and IoT Devices A new Mirai variant is targeting known flaws in D-Link, Netgear and SonicWall devices, as well as newly-discovered flaws in unknown IoT devices.
16 March 2021

Exchange Cyberattacks Escalate as Microsoft Rolls One-Click Fix

Exchange Cyberattacks Escalate as Microsoft Rolls One-Click Fix Public proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits for ProxyLogon could be fanning a feeding frenzy of attacks even as patching makes progress.
16 March 2021

Magecart Attackers Save Stolen Credit-Card Data in .JPG File

Magecart Attackers Save Stolen Credit-Card Data in .JPG File Researchers from Sucuri discovered the tactic, which creatively hides malicious activity until the info can be retrieved, during an investigation into a compromised Magento 2 e-commerce site.
16 March 2021

Software Development Security Firm Argon Announces Launch

Check Point founder Shlomo Kramer is one of the firm's investors.
16 March 2021

Google Releases Spectre PoC Exploit For Chrome

Google Releases Spectre PoC Exploit For Chrome Google has released the side-channel exploit in hopes of motivating web-application developers to protect their sites.
16 March 2021

Combating Call Center Fraud in the Age of COVID

With many agents now working from home, call centers require new technology, new processes, and a new way of thinking about security.
16 March 2021

Metasploit Creator HD Moore's New Startup Raises $5M

Metasploit Creator HD Moore's New Startup Raises $5M Startup Rumble enters major new phase with venture capital investment led by Cisco-backed fund as well as big-name security entrepreneurs.
16 March 2021

Google fixes Chrome zero‑day bug exploited in the wild

The latest update patches a total of five vulnerabilities affecting the browser’s desktop versions

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16 March 2021

Top MSP Challenges in 2021

Top MSP Challenges in 2021 At SafeDNS, we see three entangled hurdles for MSPs in 2021 and the coming years— tied with the current economic uncertainty and somewhat linked to the pandemic.
16 March 2021

SEC charges US trader for allegedly abusing Twitter to pump cannabis penny stock prices

The agency says social media was used in an alleged pump-and-dump scam.
16 March 2021

Microsoft releases one-click mitigation tool for Exchange Server hacks

Another tool is at the disposal of admins struggling to protect their systems.
16 March 2021

DDoS's Evolution Doesn't Require a Security Evolution

DDoS's Evolution Doesn't Require a Security Evolution They may have grown in sophistication, with more widespread consequences, yet today's distributed denial-of-service attacks can still be fought with conventional tools.
15 March 2021

Buffalo Public Schools Cancel Classes Due to Ransomware

The FBI is investigating the March 12 attack that disrupted the school system's phased reopening this week.
15 March 2021

CISA Updates Microsoft Exchange Advisory to Include China Chopper

US officials warn organizations of China Chopper Web shells as new data sheds light on how the Exchange Server exploits have grown.
15 March 2021

Cybersecurity Bug-Hunting Sparks Enterprise Confidence

Cybersecurity Bug-Hunting Sparks Enterprise Confidence A survey from Intel shows that most organizations prefer tech providers to have proactive security, but few meet security expectations.
15 March 2021

Cyberattacks See Fundamental Changes, A Year into COVID-19

Cyberattacks See Fundamental Changes, A Year into COVID-19 A year after COVID-19 was officially determined to be a pandemic, the methods and tactics used by cybercriminals have drastically changed.
15 March 2021