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Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Lessons to learn from the Kaseya cyberincident to protect your business' data when doing business with a MSP. Our best tips to keep you safe while streaming, and more.

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16 July 2021

Google patches Chrome zero‑day vulnerability exploited in the wild

The newest update fixes a total of eight vulnerabilities affecting the desktop versions of the popular browser.

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16 July 2021

4 Future Integrated Circuit Threats to Watch

Threats to the supply chains for ICs and other computer components are poised to wreak even more havoc on organizations.
16 July 2021

How to Attract More Computer Science Grads to the Cybersecurity Field

How to Attract More Computer Science Grads to the Cybersecurity Field With 465,000 cybersecurity job openings in the United States, why is recruiting so difficult? A recent college graduate offers his take.
16 July 2021

Artwork Archive cloud storage misconfiguration exposed user data, revenue records

An unsecured bucket exposed PII and sales information.
16 July 2021

Microsoft: New Unpatched Bug in Windows Print Spooler           

Microsoft: New Unpatched Bug in Windows Print Spooler            Another vulnerability separate from PrintNightmare allows for local elevation of privilege and system takeover.
16 July 2021

Toddler mobile banking malware surges across Europe

The Android malware is a new and persistent threat to European citizens and banks alike.
16 July 2021

Chinese APT LuminousMoth abuses Zoom brand to target gov't agencies

Fake Zoom apps are being spread to conduct cyber surveillance.
16 July 2021

Vacationing? How to avoid the cybersecurity blues

From securing your devices to avoiding public Wi-Fi hotspots for logging into apps we look at measures you can take to remain safe while this holiday season.

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16 July 2021

Microsoft points the finger at Israeli spyware seller for DevilsTongue attacks

Updates released this week protect against two key zero-day vulnerabilities weaponized by customers.
16 July 2021

Attackers Exploited 4 Zero-Day Flaws in Chrome, Safari & IE

At least two government-backed actors -- including one Russian group -- used the now-patched flaws in separate campaigns, Google says.
15 July 2021

State Dept. to Pay Up to $10M for Information on Foreign Cyberattacks

The Rewards for Justice program, a counterterrorism tool, is now aimed at collecting information on nation-states that use hackers to disrupt critical infrastructure.
15 July 2021

Zero-Day Attacks on Critical WooCommerce Bug Threaten Databases

Zero-Day Attacks on Critical WooCommerce Bug Threaten Databases The popular e-commerce platform for WordPress has started deploying emergency patches.
15 July 2021

CISA Launches New Website to Aid Ransomware Defenders

StopRansomware.gov provides information to help organizations protect against, and respond to, ransomware attacks.
15 July 2021

Microsoft: Israeli Firm's Tools Used to Target Activists, Dissidents

Candiru sold spyware that exploited Windows vulnerabilities and had been used in attacks against dissidents, activists, and journalists.
15 July 2021

IoT-Specific Malware Infections Jumped 700% Amid Pandemic

Gafgyt and Mirai malware represented majority of IoT malware, new data from Zscaler shows.
15 July 2021

How to Bridge On-Premises and Cloud Identity

Identity fabric, a cloud-native framework, removes the need for multiple, siloed, proprietary identity systems.
15 July 2021

Fake Zoom App Dropped by New APT ‘LuminousMoth’

Fake Zoom App Dropped by New APT ‘LuminousMoth’ First comes spear-phishing, next download of malicious DLLs that spread to removable USBs, dropping Cobalt Strike Beacon, and then, sometimes, a fake Zoom app.
15 July 2021

SonicWall Warns Secure VPN Hardware Bugs Under Attack

SonicWall Warns Secure VPN Hardware Bugs Under Attack SonicWall issued an urgent security alert warning customers that some of its current and legacy secure VPN appliances were under active attack.
15 July 2021

SonicWall Warns Firewall Hardware Bugs Under Attack

SonicWall Warns Firewall Hardware Bugs Under Attack SonicWall issued an urgent security alert warning customers that some of its current and legacy firewall appliances were under active attack.
15 July 2021