Cybersecurity News


New ‘CacheOut’ Attack Targets Intel CPUs

New ‘CacheOut’ Attack Targets Intel CPUs Researchers have release a new proof-of-concept attack targeting a new Intel Speculative-type bug called CacheOut present in most Intel CPUs.
28 January 2020

Wawa card breach may rank as one of the biggest of all times

Hackers put the card details of more than 30 million Wawa customers on sale online.
28 January 2020

All major antivirus vendors will continue to support Windows 7 post EOL

Most antivirus programs will receive Windows 7 support for at least two more years.
28 January 2020

Trolls-For-Hire Pave Way For Sophisticated Social Media Hacks

Trolls-For-Hire Pave Way For Sophisticated Social Media Hacks Threat actors leveraging social media for hacks and misinformation are growing more coordinated.
28 January 2020

Wawa Breach May Have Compromised More Than 30 Million Payment Cards

In late December 2019, fuel and convenience store chain Wawa Inc. said a nine-month-long breach of its payment card processing systems may have led to the theft of card data from customers who visited any of its 850 locations nationwide. Now, fraud experts say the first batch of card data stolen from Wawa customers is being sold at one of the underground's most popular crime shops, which claims to have 30 million records to peddle from a new nationwide breach.
28 January 2020

How Do I Get My Team Started with Container Security and Kubernetes?

How Do I Get My Team Started with Container Security and Kubernetes? Begin with one application, then give your tech team some time to learn.
28 January 2020

Request for Comments: PCI PTS Point of Interaction (POI) v6

 

From 24 January to 24 February 2020, PCI SSC stakeholders can participate in a Request for Comments (RFC) on the PCI PTS Point of Interaction (POI) v6 Standard draft.  

28 January 2020

Intel Previews Newest 'Zombieload' Patch

Intel has promised a third patch to remediate the Zombieload speculative execution vulnerability.
28 January 2020

CCPA: Cut From the Same Cloth as PCI DSS

Finally, some good news about CCPA: If you've built your security infrastructure to PCI DSS standards, you may be already covered by California's new data protection rules
28 January 2020

Ring Doorbell App for Android Caught Sharing User Data with Facebook, Data-Miners

Ring Doorbell App for Android Caught Sharing User Data with Facebook, Data-Miners The Amazon-owned video doorbell uses third-party trackers to serve up rich data to marketers without meaningfully notifying users.
28 January 2020

2019 saw more cryptocurrency hacks than any other year

Hackers launched more attacks against cryptocurrency exchanges in 2019, but stole fewer funds.
28 January 2020

Hackers blitz social media accounts of 15 NFL teams

The league and scores of teams were caught off-guard by the re-emergence of an infamous hacking group

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28 January 2020

Hackers blitz social media accounts of 15 NFL teams

The league and scores of teams were caught off-guard by the re-emergence of an infamous hacking group

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28 January 2020

LoRaWAN Encryption Keys Easy to Crack, Jeopardizing Security of IoT Networks

LoRaWAN Encryption Keys Easy to Crack, Jeopardizing Security of IoT Networks New research from IOActive has found that “blindly” trusting the encryption of the widely adopted device protocol can lead to DDoS, sending of false data and other cyber attacks.
28 January 2020

LoRaWAN networks are spreading but security researchers say beware

IOActive security researchers say LoRaWAN networks are vulnerable to cyber-attacks despite boastful claims about the protocol's security features.
28 January 2020

New Zoom Bug Prompts Security Fix, Platform Changes

A newly discovered Zoom vulnerability would have enabled an attacker to join active meetings and access audio, video, and documents shared.
28 January 2020

Zoom Fixes Flaw Opening Meetings to Hackers

Zoom Fixes Flaw Opening Meetings to Hackers Zoom has patched a flaw that could have allowed attackers to guess a meeting ID and enter a meeting.
28 January 2020

How to take charge of your Google privacy settings

Have you had a Google Privacy Checkup lately? If not, when better than Data Privacy Day to audit the privacy of your Google account?

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28 January 2020

How to take charge of your Google privacy settings

Have you had a Google Privacy Checkup lately? If not, when better than international Data Privacy Day to audit the privacy of your Google account?

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28 January 2020

Ring app for Android full to the brim with third-party trackers: report

The EFF claims that the app is sending out vast amounts of customer PII.
28 January 2020