IBM Dives Into TrickBot Gang's Malware Crypting Operation
Researchers with IBM Security’s X-Force division have analyzed 13 crypters employed by the cybercrime group behind the infamous TrickBot and Conti malware.
23-05-2022 08:52

Breach Exposed Data of Half-Million Chicago Students, Staff
The personal information of more than half a million Chicago Public Schools students and staff was compromised in a ransomware attack last December, but the vendor didn’t report it to the district until last month, officials said.
23-05-2022 01:06

Chinese "Twisted Panda" Hackers Caught Spying on Russian Defense Institutes
At least two research institutes located in Russia and a third likely target in Belarus have been at the receiving end of an espionage attack by a Chinese nation-state advanced persistent threat (APT). The attacks, codenamed "Twisted Panda," come in t
22-05-2022 23:12

Researchers Find Backdoor in School Management Plugin for WordPress
Multiple versions of a WordPress plugin by the name of "School Management Pro" harbored a backdoor that could grant an adversary complete control over vulnerable websites. The issue, spotted in premium versions before 9.9.7, has been assigned the CVE
20-05-2022 22:11

Cisco Issues Patch for New IOS XR Zero-Day Vulnerability Exploited in the Wild
Cisco on Friday rolled out fixes for a medium-severity vulnerability affecting IOS XR Software that it said has been exploited in real-world attacks. Tracked as CVE-2022-20821 (CVSS score: 6.5), the issue relates to an open port vulnerability that cou
20-05-2022 21:20

Hackers Gain Fileless Persistence on Targeted SQL Servers Using a Built-in Utility
Microsoft on Tuesday warned that it recently spotted a malicious campaign targeting SQL Servers that leverages a built-in PowerShell binary to achieve persistence on compromised systems. The intrusions, which leverage brute-force attacks as an initial
20-05-2022 20:13

Web Trackers Caught Intercepting Online Forms Even Before Users Hit Submit
A new research published by academics from KU Leuven, Radboud University, and the University of Lausanne has revealed that users' email addresses are exfiltrated to tracking, marketing, and analytics domains before such information is submitted and wit
20-05-2022 20:13

Hackers Trick Users with Fake Windows 11 Downloads to Distribute Vidar Malware
Fraudulent domains masquerading as Microsoft's Windows 11 download portal are attempting to trick users into deploying trojanized installation files to infect systems with the Vidar information stealer malware. "The spoofed sites were created to distr
20-05-2022 20:11

Researchers Uncover Rust Supply Chain Attack Targeting Cloud CI Pipelines
A case of software supply chain attack has been observed in the Rust programming language's crate registry that leveraged typosquatting techniques to publish a rogue library containing malware. Cybersecurity firm SentinelOne dubbed the attack "CrateDe
20-05-2022 20:11

Cytrox's Predator Spyware Targeted Android Users with Zero-Day Exploits
Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG) on Thursday pointed fingers at a North Macedonian spyware developer named Cytrox for developing exploits against five zero-day (aka 0-day) flaws, four in Chrome and one in Android, to target Android users. "The 0-d
20-05-2022 20:11

Microsoft Warns Rise in XorDdos Malware Targeting Linux Devices
A Linux botnet malware known as XorDdos has witnessed a 254% surge in activity over the last six months, according to latest research from Microsoft. The trojan, so named for carrying out denial-of-service attacks on Linux systems and its use of XOR-b
20-05-2022 20:10

SentinelOne vs Palo Alto: Compare EDR software
Compare the key features of two EDR tools: SentinelOne's Singularity XDR and Palo Alto's Cortex XDR. The post appeared first on .
20-05-2022 19:21

Carbon Black vs. CrowdStrike: EDR software comparison
See what features you can expect from Carbon Black and CrowdStrike to decide which endpoint detection and response solution is right for you. The post appeared first on .
20-05-2022 19:08

Cryptocurrency: secure or not? – Week in security with Tony Anscombe
When you hear the term ‘cryptocurrency’, does ‘secure’ also spring to mind? Here are some implications of the lack of sound security practices in the world of crypto. The post appeared first on
20-05-2022 17:46

Sandworm uses a new version of ArguePatch to attack targets in Ukraine
ESET researchers spot an updated version of the malware loader used in the Industroyer2 and CaddyWiper attacks The post appeared first on
20-05-2022 17:01

McAfee vs Kaspersky: Compare EDR software
McAfee and Kaspersky are some of the oldest, most trusted names in the antivirus business, but their ideal use cases vary. See which is best for you. The post appeared first on .
20-05-2022 16:16

Packaged zero-day vulnerabilities on Android used for cyber surveillance attacks
A commercial surveillance company previously exposed for selling a spyware service dubbed "Predator" keeps targeting users and uses 0-day exploits to compromise Android phones. Learn more about how to protect yourself from it. The post appeared first on
20-05-2022 13:26

Nikkei Says Customer Data Likely Impacted in Ransomware Attack
Asian media giant Nikkei has disclosed a ransomware attack that might have impacted customer data.
20-05-2022 12:37

TechRepublic Premium editorial calendar: IT policies, checklists, toolkits, and research for download
TechRepublic Premium content helps you solve your toughest IT issues and jump-start your career or next project. The post appeared first on .
20-05-2022 12:30

New Brute Force Attacks Against SQL Servers Use PowerShell Wrapper
Microsoft has warned organizations of a new wave of brute force cyberattacks that target SQL servers and use a rather uncommon living-off-the-land binary (LOLBin). Specifically, the attackers rely on a legitimate utility called sqlps.exe to achieve file
20-05-2022 12:15

DoJ Will No Longer Use CFAA to Charge Ethical Hackers
The United States Department of Justice has announced that it would no longer charge ethical hackers under the controversial Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA).
20-05-2022 11:45

Cytrox's Predator Spyware Targeted Android Users with Zero-Day Exploits
Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG) on Thursday pointed fingers at a North Macedonian spyware developer named Cytrox for developing exploits against five zero-day (aka 0-day) flaws, four in Chrome and one in Android, to target Android users. "The 0-d
20-05-2022 04:55

Microsoft Warns Rise in XorDdos Malware Targeting Linux Devices
A Linux botnet malware known as XorDdos has witnessed a 254% surge in activity over the last six months, according to latest research from Microsoft. The trojan, so named for carrying out denial-of-service attacks on Linux systems and its use of XOR-b
20-05-2022 04:18

Researchers Uncover Rust Supply-Chain Attack Targeting Cloud CI Pipelines
A case of software supply chain attack has been observed in the Rust programming language's crate registry that leveraged typosquatting techniques to publish a rogue library containing malware. Cybersecurity firm SentinelOne dubbed the attack "CrateDe
20-05-2022 03:41

Hackers Exploiting VMware Horizon to Target South Korea with NukeSped Backdoor
The North Korea-backed Lazarus Group has been observed leveraging the Log4Shell vulnerability in VMware Horizon servers to deploy the NukeSped (aka Manuscrypt) implant against targets located in its southern counterpart. "The attacker used the Log4j v
20-05-2022 03:23

Ivacy VPN: Lifetime Subscription
Give Yourself Complete Online Protection Without Slowing Your Browsing Down The post appeared first on .
20-05-2022 00:00

Hackers Trick Users with Fake Windows 11 Downloads to Distribute Vidar Malware
Fraudulent domains masquerading as Microsoft's Windows 11 download portal are attempting to trick users into deploying trojanized installation files to infect systems with the Vidar information stealer malware. "The spoofed sites were created to distr
19-05-2022 23:30

QNAP Urges Users to Update NAS Devices to Prevent Deadbolt Ransomware Attacks
Taiwanese network-attached storage (NAS) devices maker QNAP on Thursday warned its customers of a fresh wave of DeadBolt ransomware attacks. The intrusions are said to have targeted TS-x51 series and TS-x53 series appliances running on QTS 4.3.6 and Q
19-05-2022 20:40

New Bluetooth Hack Could Let Attackers Remotely Unlock Smart Locks and Cars
A novel Bluetooth relay attack can let cybercriminals more easily than ever remotely unlock and operate cars, break open residential smart locks, and breach secure areas. The vulnerability has to do with weaknesses in the current implementation of Blu
19-05-2022 20:08

Fortinet vs Palo Alto: Comparing EDR software
Compare the key features of EDR software Palo Alto Networks Traps and Fortinet's FortiEDR. The post appeared first on .
19-05-2022 18:59

CrowdStrike vs Sophos: EDR software comparison
CrowdStrike Falcon XDR and Sophos Endpoint Intercept X are best-in-class EDR solutions, taking endpoint detection and response to the next level. Compare the features of these EDR tools. The post appeared first on .
19-05-2022 18:30

Pro-Russian Hackers Spread Hoaxes to Divide Ukraine, Allies
As Ukrainians flooded into Poland earlier this year to flee Russian invaders, a hacking group aligned with the Kremlin sought to spread rumors that criminal gangs were waiting to harvest the organs of child refugees.
19-05-2022 17:50

Researchers Spot Supply Chain Attack Targeting GitLab CI Pipelines
Security researchers at SentinelLabs are calling attention to a software chain supply attack targeting Rust developers with malware aimed directly at infecting GitLab Continuous Integration (CI) pipelines.
19-05-2022 17:35

Phishers Add Chatbot to the Phishing Lure
Researchers have discovered a new approach being taken by phishers to increase victim engagement and confidence: the addition of an interactive chatbot. We have all become accustomed to the chatbots used by many of the largest service providers – they ar
19-05-2022 14:13

QuSecure Lauches Quantum-Resilient Encryption Platform
New firm launches to provide the Easy Button for implementing quantum secure encryption The pressure to implement quantum secure encryption is increasing. This isn’t because functioning quantum computers able to crack asymmetric encryption are expected
19-05-2022 14:01

Threat actors compromising US business online checkout pages to steal credit card information
A threat actor has successfully compromised and modified a US business website's checkout page in order to collect all the credit card data from unsuspecting customers. Read more about how to protect from this threat. The post appeared first on .
19-05-2022 13:44

Cloud Data Security Firm Dig Emerges From Stealth With $11 Million in Funding
Israel-based cloud data security company Dig Security on Thursday announced emerging from stealth mode with $11 million in seed funding. Dig’s seed funding round was led by Israeli startup foundry Team8, with participation from CrowdStrike’s Falcon Fund
19-05-2022 12:30

US Recovers $15 Million From Ad Fraud Group
United States authorities announced this week that they have retrieved more than $15 million in illicit proceeds derived from the advertising fraud scheme known as “3ve.”
19-05-2022 10:36

Enterprise Data Protection Company Seclore Raises $27 Million
Enterprise data protection company Seclore this week announced that it has received $27 million in Series C growth funding, which brings the total raised by the firm to $46 million. The new investment round was led by Origami Capital Partners and Oquirr
19-05-2022 10:18

CISA: Hackers Will Quickly Start Exploiting Newly Patched VMware Vulnerabilities
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has warned organizations about two actively exploited VMware product vulnerabilities, and the agency believes two other freshly patched flaws will also be exploited soon.
19-05-2022 09:57

The flip side of the coin: Why crypto is catnip for criminals
Cybercriminals continue to mine for opportunities in the crypto space – here's what you should know about coin-mining hacks and crypto theft The post appeared first on
19-05-2022 09:30

Researchers Expose Inner Workings of Billion-Dollar Wizard Spider Cybercrime Gang
The inner workings of a cybercriminal group known as the Wizard Spider have been exposed, shedding light on its organizational structure and motivations. "Most of Wizard Spider's efforts go into hacking European and U.S. businesses, with a special cra
19-05-2022 08:49

Web Trackers Caught Intercepting Online Forms Even Before Users Hit Submit
A new research published by academics from KU Leuven, Radboud University, and the University of Lausanne has revealed that users' email addresses are exfiltrated to tracking, marketing, and analytics domains before such is submitted and without prior c
19-05-2022 08:48

Microsoft Teams Exploits Earn Hackers $450,000 at Pwn2Own 2022
Vulnerability researchers earned a total of $800,000 on the first day of the Pwn2Own Vancouver 2022 hacking contest, including $450,000 for exploits targeting Microsoft Teams.
19-05-2022 08:42

7 Key Findings from the 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report
The 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report, in collaboration with CSA, examines the state of SaaS security as seen in the eyes of CISOs and security professionals in today's enterprises. The report gathers anonymous responses from 340 CSA members to examine
19-05-2022 06:16

High-Severity Bug Reported in Google's OAuth Client Library for Java
Google last month addressed a high-severity flaw in its OAuth client library for Java that could be abused by a malicious actor with a compromised token to deploy arbitrary payloads. Tracked as CVE-2021-22573, the vulnerability is rated 8.7 out of 10
19-05-2022 03:05

Web Trackers Caught Intercepting Online Forms Even Before Users Hit Submit
A new research published by academics from KU Leuven, Radboud University, and the University of Lausanne has revealed that users' email addresses are exfiltrated to tracking, marketing, and analytics domains before such is submitted and without prior c
19-05-2022 02:32

VMware Releases Patches for New Vulnerabilities Affecting Multiple Products
VMware has issued patches to contain two security flaws impacting Workspace ONE Access, Identity Manager, and vRealize Automation that could be exploited to backdoor enterprise networks. The first of the two flaws, tracked as CVE-2022-22972 (CVSS scor
18-05-2022 22:48

Bitdefender vs Kaspersky: EDR software comparison
Kaspersky excels with its easy to use interface and automation features, while Bitdefender gets the edge on overall detection rates and laboratory test results, but with a slightly more difficult learning curve. The post appeared first on .
18-05-2022 21:21

Higher education institutions being targeted for ransomware attacks
Three colleges have been victims of cyberattacks in the last three months alone. The post appeared first on .
18-05-2022 21:12

CrowdStrike vs McAfee: EDR software comparison
Endpoint detection and response software protects against a variety of threats and attacks. Learn about two of the most popular EDR options, CrowdStrike and McAfee, and how to protect your network. The post appeared first on .
18-05-2022 20:25

Sponsored: Helping organizations automate cybersecurity across their digital terrains
The digital world is changing, and you need cybersecurity solutions that change with it. Forescout Continuum can help. The post appeared first on .
18-05-2022 19:17

Cornami Raises $68 Million for Quantum Secure Computing on Encrypted Data
Cornami, a company that helps organizations encrypt data to keep it safe from post-quantum threats, this week announced that it has raised $68 million in an oversubscribed Series C funding round. To date, the company has raised over $150 million.
18-05-2022 17:34

CISA issues advisory on top-10 attack vectors, finds hackers exploiting poor cyber practices
The agency touches on the most popular ways hackers are finding ways into victims’ networks, and issues tips on how to reduce risk. The post appeared first on .
18-05-2022 15:36

US Government Says North Korean IT Workers Enable DPRK Hacking Operations
The US government has warned companies that some of their IT workers may be from North Korea, and these individuals could be aiding their country’s hacking operations.
18-05-2022 15:06

Now Live: SecurityWeek Threat Intelligence Summit Virtual Event
18-05-2022 15:06

The Vulnerable Maritime Supply Chain - a Threat to the Global Economy
18-05-2022 13:27

National Cybersecurity Agencies Describe Commonly Used Initial Access Techniques
Cybersecurity agencies in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, the Netherlands, and New Zealand warn that threat actors exploit poor security practices for initial access to victim environments.
18-05-2022 12:39

Over 380,000 Kubernetes API Servers Exposed to Internet: Shadowserver
The Shadowserver Foundation has started scanning the internet for Kubernetes API servers and found roughly 380,000 that allow some form of access. ShadowServer is conducting daily scans of the IPv4 space on ports 443 and 6443, looking for IP addresses t
18-05-2022 12:09

Carlyle to Acquire Defense Contractor ManTech in $4.2 Billion Deal
Private equity firm Carlyle is acquiring US defense contractor ManTech International Corporation in an all-cash deal valued at roughly $4.2 billion.
18-05-2022 10:51

NVIDIA Patches Code Execution Vulnerabilities in Graphics Driver
NVIDIA has announced the roll-out of updates for its graphics drivers to address multiple vulnerabilities, including four CVEs rated “high severity.”
18-05-2022 10:21

Help meet the cybersecurity demand by getting CompTIA-certified
As cyberattacks get more prevalent and more complex throughout the world, businesses are looking for cybersecurity experts. Learn the skills they need with this online training. The post appeared first on .
18-05-2022 10:00

Fake news – why do people believe it?
In the age of the perpetual news cycle and digital media, the risks that stem from the fake news problem are all too real The post appeared first on
18-05-2022 09:30

Researchers Expose Inner Workings of Billion-Dollar Wizard Spider Cybercrime Gang
The inner workings of a cybercriminal group known as the Wizard Spider have been exposed, shedding light on its organizational structure and motivations. "Most of Wizard Spider's efforts go into hacking European and U.S. businesses, with a special cra
18-05-2022 09:06

Large-Scale Attack Targeting Tatsu Builder WordPress Plugin
Tens of thousands of WordPress websites are potentially at risk of compromise as part of an ongoing large-scale attack targeting a remote code execution vulnerability in the Tatsu Builder plugin.
18-05-2022 08:38

How to Protect Your Data When Ransomware Strikes
Ransomware is not a new attack vector. In fact, the first malware of its kind appeared more than 30 years ago and was distributed via 5.25-inch floppy disks. To pay the ransom, the victim had to mail money to a P.O. Box in Panama. Fast forward to toda
18-05-2022 07:24

U.S. Warns Against North Korean Hackers Posing as IT Freelancers
Highly skilled software and mobile app developers from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) are posing as "non-DPRK nationals" in hopes of landing freelance employment in an attempt to enable the regime's malicious cyber intrusions. That's
18-05-2022 05:11

[eBook] Your 90-Day MSSP Plan: How to Improve Margins and Scale-Up Service Delivery
To cash in on a thriving market, a managed security service provider (MSSP) must navigate unprecedented competition and complex challenges. The good news is that demand is through the roof. 69% of organizations plan to boost spending on cybersecurity i
18-05-2022 03:23

Hackers Gain Fileless Persistence on Targeted SQL Servers Using a Built-in Utility
Microsoft on Tuesday warned that it recently spotted a malicious campaign targeting SQL Servers that leverages a built-in PowerShell binary to achieve persistence on compromised systems. The intrusions, which leverage brute-force attacks as an initial
18-05-2022 03:18

Microsoft Warns of "Cryware" Info-Stealing Malware Targeting Crypto Wallets
Microsoft is warning of an emerging threat targeting internet-connected cryptocurrency wallets, signaling a departure in the use of digital coins in cyberattacks. The tech giant dubbed the new threat "cryware," with the attacks resulting in the irreve
18-05-2022 01:31

Russian Conti Ransomware Gang Threatens to Overthrow New Costa Rican Government
The notorious Conti ransomware gang, which last month staged an attack on Costa Rican administrative systems, has threatened to "overthrow" the new government of the country. "We are determined to overthrow the government by means of a cyber attack, w
17-05-2022 23:32

U.S. Charges Venezuelan Doctor for Using and Selling Thanos Ransomware
The U.S. Justice Department on Monday accused a 55-year-old cardiologist from Venezuela of being the mastermind behind Thanos ransomware, charging him with the use and sale of the malicious tool and entering into profit sharing arrangements. Moises Lu
17-05-2022 20:27

Vulnerabilities found in Bluetooth Low Energy gives hackers access to numerous devices
NCC Group has found proof of concept that BLE devices can be exploited from anywhere on the planet. The post appeared first on .
17-05-2022 20:09

Cybersecurity pros spend hours on issues that should have been prevented
Security staffers can spend more than five hours addressing security flaws that occurred during the application development cycle, says Invicti. The post appeared first on .
17-05-2022 17:39

New Special Interest Group Aims to Enhance ICS/OT Cyber Defenses
MITRE has announced a new special interest group (SIG) whose goal is to help enhance cyber defenses for industrial control systems (ICS) and operational technology (OT).
17-05-2022 16:47

Learn to Use This First: Four Fundamental Tactics to Protect Email Ecosystems
There is a great line in the movie Braveheart where Uncle Argyle says to young William, “First, learn to use this, then I’ll teach you to use this.” He is of course talking about William’s mind over his sword, but it is a prophetic statement when applied
17-05-2022 16:33

Access Orchestration Firm Pathlock Announces Several M&As and $200M Funding
Access orchestration solutions provider Pathlock has announced several mergers and acquisitions, as well as raising $200 million as part of these transactions.
17-05-2022 14:05

US Accuses Venezuelan Doctor of Creating and Selling Ransomware
A citizen of France and Venezuela has been charged in the United States for allegedly creating, using, and selling ransomware.
17-05-2022 13:28

SecurityWeek to Host Threat Intelligence Summit Virtual Event on May 18th
17-05-2022 13:07

Musk: Doubt About Spam Accounts Could Scuttle Twitter Deal
17-05-2022 12:24

Pangea Lands $25 Million Investment for API Security Services
Serial entrepreneur Oliver Friedrichs scores $25 million from Ballistic Ventures to build an API security services platform.
17-05-2022 12:16

Apple Finally Patches Exploited Vulnerabilities in macOS Big Sur, Catalina
Apple on Monday rolled out security updates to patch tens of vulnerabilities across its operating systems, and it has finally released macOS Big Sur and Catalina patches for two exploited vulnerabilities.
17-05-2022 11:45

Cybersecurity M&A Roundup for May 1-15, 2022
Fifteen cybersecurity-related M&A deals have been announced in the first half of May 2022.
17-05-2022 10:40

Half of global CISOs feel their organization is unprepared to deal with cyberattacks
Human error is considered by IT executives to be the biggest vulnerability for organizations in the year ahead. The post appeared first on .
17-05-2022 09:01

UpdateAgent Returns with New macOS Malware Dropper Written in Swift
A new variant of the macOS malware tracked as UpdateAgent has been spotted in the wild, indicating ongoing attempts on the part of its authors to upgrade its functionalities. "Perhaps one of the most identifiable features of the malware is that it rel
17-05-2022 06:38

Over 200 Apps on Play Store Caught Spying on Android Users Using Facestealer
More than 200 Android apps masquerading as fitness, photo editing, and puzzle apps have been observed distributing spyware called Facestealer to siphon user credentials and other valuable information.  "Similar to Joker, another piece of mobile malwar
17-05-2022 06:26

U.S. Charges Venezuelan Doctor for Using and Selling Thanos Ransomware
The U.S. Justice Department on Monday accused a 55-year-old cardiologist from Venezuela of being the mastermind behind Thanos ransomware, charging him with the use and sale of the malicious tool and entering into profit sharing arrangements. Moises Lu
17-05-2022 06:26

Are You Investing in Securing Your Data in the Cloud?
Traditional businesses migrating to the cloud need robust information security mechanisms. Gartner predicts that more than 95% of new digital workloads will continue to be deployed on cloud-native platforms by 2025. Robust cloud data security is imper
17-05-2022 06:25

New Sysrv Botnet Variant Hijacking Windows and Linux with Crypto Miners
Microsoft is warning of a new variant of the srv botnet that's exploiting multiple security flaws in web applications and databases to install coin miners on both Windows and Linux systems. The tech giant, which has called the new version Sysrv-K, is
17-05-2022 02:37

Kaspersky report identifies new ransomware trends for 2022
Ransomware is probably the type of cybercrime that has made headlines the most in 2021, and 2022 seems to follow that trend. Yet it is still evolving, and new ransomware seems more adaptive, resilient and more industrialized. The post appeared first on
16-05-2022 22:10

Watch Out! Hackers Begin Exploiting Recent Zyxel Firewalls RCE Vulnerability
Image source: z3r00t The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency on Monday added two security flaws, including the recently disclosed remote code execution bug affecting Zyxel firewalls, to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog, citi
16-05-2022 20:24

Researchers Warn of "Eternity Project" Malware Service Being Sold via Telegram
An unidentified threat actor has been linked to an actively in-development malware toolkit called the "Eternity Project" that lets professional and amateur cybercriminals buy stealers, clippers, worms, miners, ransomware, and a distributed denial-of-se
16-05-2022 19:55

Europe Agrees to Adopt New NIS2 Directive Aimed at Hardening Cybersecurity
The European Parliament announced a "provisional agreement" aimed at improving cybersecurity and resilience of both public and private sector entities in the European Union. The revised directive, called "NIS2" (short for network and information syste
16-05-2022 19:53

Ukrainian Hacker Jailed for 4-Years in U.S. for Selling Access to Hacked Servers
A 28-year-old Ukrainian national has been sentenced to four years in prison for siphoning thousands of server login credentials and selling them on the dark web for monetary gain as part of a credential theft scheme. Glib Oleksandr Ivanov-Tolpintsev,
16-05-2022 19:53

Android and Chrome Users Can Soon Generate Virtual Credit Cards to Protect Real Ones
Google on Wednesday took to its annual developer conference to announce a host of privacy and security updates, including support for virtual credit cards on Android and Chrome. "When you use autofill to enter your payment details at checkout, virtual
16-05-2022 19:52

Researchers Find Potential Way to Run Malware on iPhone Even When it's OFF
A first-of-its-kind security analysis of iOS Find My function has identified a novel attack surface that makes it possible to tamper with the firmware and load malware onto a Bluetooth chip that's executed while an iPhone is "off." The mechanism takes
16-05-2022 19:51

Bitdefender vs McAfee: Compare EDR software
When you're choosing EDR software for your business, see how the features of Bitdefender and McAfee compare. The post appeared first on .
16-05-2022 17:53

Researchers Devise New Type of Bluetooth LE Relay Attacks
Security researchers at NCC Group have created a new tool capable of launching a new type of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) relay attack that bypasses existing protections and mitigations.
16-05-2022 17:21

Delve into cybersecurity with this two-part training bundle
You can learn from more than 90 self-paced certification training courses, as well as protect yourself with a lifetime VPN license.  The post appeared first on .
16-05-2022 17:00

Microsoft Defender vs CrowdStrike: Compare EDR software
Microsoft Defender and CrowdStrike provide robust endpoint protection software, but one of them comes out consistently superior. See how the features of these EDR tools compare. The post appeared first on .
16-05-2022 16:58

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