Chinese Hackers Target Servers With Three Types of Malware

An established Chinese crime group uses a large coordinated infrastructure to target servers running database services with three different types of malware, GuardiCore security researchers say. The group is operating...
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Industry Reactions to U.S. Blaming North Korea for WannaCry

Industry Reactions to U.S. Blaming North Korea for WannaCry
The United States, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand have all officially accused North Korea this week of being behind the WannaCry campaign. They join the United Kingdom, which blamed...
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Intelligence Committee Outlines UK's Offensive and Defensive Cyber Posture

The UK Intelligence and Security Committee, which has oversight of the UK intelligence community, published its 2016-2017 annual report ( PDF ) on Wednesday. With the rider that the report...
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Seven Seas Cybersecurity: Captain, We Have a Problem

Detecting Compromises Requires Monitoring a Series of Activities Over Time In the wee hours of April 15, 1912, the unthinkable happened to the unsinkable. The RMS Titanic sank. She and...
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Schneider Electric Patches Flaws in Pelco Video Management System

Schneider fixes vulnerabilities in Pelco video management system
Schneider Electric recently developed a firmware update for its Pelco VideoXpert Enterprise product to address several vulnerabilities, including a high severity code execution flaw. Pelco VideoXpert Enterprise is a video...
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Live Webinar: Layering Fraud Prevention Against New and Emerging Threats

Live Webinar: Layering Fraud Prevention Against New and Emerging Threats
Cybersecurity , Technology Live Webinar: Layering Fraud Prevention Against New and Emerging Threats Presented by Experian     60 minutes     The rate of fraud perpetrated is significantly on...
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Teen Hacker Avoids Jail Over On-Demand DDoS Attacks

Teen Hacker Avoids Jail Over On-Demand DDoS Attacks
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DDoS , Endpoint Security , Risk Management Student Disrupted Amazon, NatWest, Netflix for vDOS 'Stresser' Service Users( euroinfosec ) • December 20, 2017    British teenager Jack Chappell pleaded guilty...
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Police Bust Five Ransomware Suspects in Romania

Police Bust Five Ransomware Suspects in Romania
Endpoint Security , Ransomware , Technology Suspects Accused of CTB Locker, Cerber Ransomware Attacks Against US and Europe( euroinfosec ) • December 20, 2017    CTB Locker ransom screen European...
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Report: Investigators Eye North Koreans for Exchange Hack

Report: Investigators Eye North Koreans for Exchange Hack
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Anti-Malware , Fraud , Phishing North Korean Hackers Also Blamed for Phishing, SWIFT Fraud, POS and ATM Malware( euroinfosec ) • December 21, 2017     Police in South Korea...
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2017 Health Data Breach Tally: An Analysis

2017 Health Data Breach Tally: An Analysis
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Breach Notification , Breach Response , Data Breach Experts Analyze Whether the Stats Signify Real Progress( HealthInfoSec ) • December 21, 2017     Compared to the mega-breaches that hit...
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Nissan Canada Informs 1.1 Million Customers of Data Breach

Nissan Canada revealed on Thursday that the personal information of some customers may have been compromised as a result of a data breach discovered by the company on December 11....
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North Korean Hackers Targeting Individuals: Report

North Korean state-sponsored hacking group Lazarus has started targeting individuals and organizations directly, instead of focusing exclusively on spying on financial institutions, Proofpoint reports. Active since at least 2009, the...
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Google Warns DoubleClick Customers of XSS Flaws

Google has warned DoubleClick customers that some of the files provided by third-party vendors through its advertising platform can introduce cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities. The tech giant has shared a...
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Lithuania Bans Kaspersky Software as 'Potential' Threat

Lithuania will ban Moscow-based cyber security firm Kaspersky Lab's products from computers managing key energy, finance and transport systems due to security concerns, authorities said Thursday. The Russian firm's software...
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Keeper Sues Ars Technica Over Reporting on Critical Flaw

Response to Keeper Security suing Ars Technica and Dan Goodin
Response to Keeper Security suing Ars Technica and Dan Goodin
Response to Keeper Security suing Ars Technica and Dan Goodin
Response to Keeper Security suing Ars Technica and Dan Goodin
Response to Keeper Security suing Ars Technica and Dan Goodin
Keeper Security has filed a lawsuit against Ars Technica and reporter Dan Goodin over an article covering a serious vulnerability found by a Google researcher in the company’s password manager....
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Fake Bitcoin Wallet Apps Removed from Google Play

Three fake Bitcoin applications were recently removed from Google Play after security researchers discovered they were tricking users into sending funds to their developers, mobile security firm Lookout has discovered...
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Resolve to Mitigate Your Business' Digital Risk in 2018

As we look to the New Year many of us make resolutions – getting healthier, learning a new skill, saving money, or making more time for family and friends. With...
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North Korea Denies Role in WannaCry Ransomware Attack

North Korea on Thursday denied US accusations it was behind the WannaCry global ransomware cyberattack, saying Washington was demonising it. WannaCry infected some 300,000 computers in 150 nations in May,...
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Windows Hello Face Recognition Tricked by Photo

The facial recognition-based authentication system in Windows Hello has been bypassed by researchers using a printed photo, but the method does not work in the latest versions of Windows 10....
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Facebook Launches New Anti-Phishing Feature

Facebook phishing tool
Facebook announced on Wednesday the introduction of a new security feature designed to help users check if the emails they receive are legitimate or if they have been sent by...
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