Read full post Many of the old standbys made this year’s list of the 25 stolen – and weakest – passwords found dumped online.
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Read full post Remember how Microsoft said that DDEAUTO was a “feature”, not a vulnerability? Well, it just changed its mind – for Word, at least.
Read full post Security firm petitions US District Court to rescind decision to prohibit its products on US federal government systems.
Read full post Businesses struggle to quantify and manage risk, leading to wasted resources and oversight of major problems.
Read full post The bounty, split between two researchers, is the largest single reward by any government bug bounty program to date.
Read full post Again and again we have seen security breaches occur because people did not heed advice that we and other people with expertise in security have been disseminating for years, advice about secure system design, secure system operation,...
Read full post Fake support scams – where the crooks help you “remove” malware you don’t have – are still a real problem. Take care over the holidays!
Read full post Internet giants are being called out for making billions off news, while the news agencies that produce it are withering on the vine
Read full post While cyberattacks continue to grow, deception-based technology is providing accurate and scalable detection and response to in-network threats.
Read full post Ransomware attacks can cripple a business, leading to a rather sad trend in the industry.
Read full post The records were first exposed in an unsecured MongoDB database, continuing a cyber-extortion trend.
Read full post A security insight so simple you wonder why nobody has noticed it before.
Read full post Remember, it isn’t a secret if you tell somebody else.
Read full post Samsung is the latest to join a small group of smartphone makers to cast their net wide on catching vulnerabilities in their devices.
Read full post A US judge has sentenced a Nigerian man to three years and five months in a federal prison after he pleaded guilty to taking part in a business email compromise scam that targeted organisations around the world....
Read full post Banks are being urged to step up to the plate and to “work together to tackle this problem head on”, as their response has been found to be disproportionate to the scale of the problem. The post...
Read full post The malware has been designed to target industrial systems and critical infrastructure.
Read full post The Cyber News Rundown brings you the latest happenings in cyber news weekly. Who am I? I’m Connor Madsen, a Webroot Threat Research Analyst, and a guy with a passion for all things security. Any questions? Just...
Read full post TRITON malware is discovered after an attack on a safety monitoring system accidentally triggered the shutdown of an industrial process at an undisclosed organization.
Read full post Bluetooth vulnerabilities let attackers control devices running Linux or any OS derived from it, putting much of the Internet of Things at risk, including popular consumer products.
Read full post Android has released two security bulletins for December containing mitigations and fixes for 47 vulnerabilities for all devices.
Read full post A 10-second delay when customers connected to the “free” Wi-Fi was harnessed for secret cryptocoin mining
Read full post White hat hackers bring value to organizations and help them defend against today’s advanced threats.
Read full post The authors of the infamous Mirai botnet – used to launch record-breaking Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks last year that knocked major segments of the internet offline – have pleaded guilty to federal cybercrime charges.
Read full post A proposed new law could make it legal for companies to hack back against attacker. But will it work?
Read full post To help the reader navigate through the maze of such threats, ESET’s thought leaders have zeroed in on several areas that top the priority list in our exercise in looking forward. The post Cybersecurity Trends 2018: The...
Read full post It’s been hit by two attacks in just over a week, as well as a third in November. Expect more as currency values continue to skyrocket.
Read full post The company wants to use the cash to expand in the US and Europe.
Read full post New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman updates the investigation into fake content submitted during the net neutrality comment process.