February 9, 2021

Microsoft February 2021 Patch Tuesday addresses 56 vulnerabilities, including a flaw that is known to be actively exploited in the wild. Microsoft February 2021 Patch Tuesday security updates address 56 CVEs in multiple products, including Windows components, .NET Framework, Azure IoT, Azure Kubernetes Service, Microsoft Edge for Android, Exchange Server, Office and Office Services and […]

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An international operation conducted by Ukraine’s police, along with the US and Australia peers, shut down the world’s largest phishing Service U-Admin. Last week, an international operation conducted by Ukraine’s police, along with the US and Australian authorities, lead to the shut down of the world’s phishing framework U-Admin. The National Police and its Main […]

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The supply chain attack that Trojanized a SolarWinds update to infect and spy on the IT management platform’s customer base continues to be analyzed. Early reports have called the methods highly sophisticated and the actors highly trained. We do know that IP addresses, a command and control server and a malicious product update file were […]

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The concept of a trail of breadcrumbs in the offensive security community is nothing new; for many years, researchers on both sides of the ethical spectrum have followed the compass based on industry-wide security findings, often leading to groundbreaking discoveries in both legacy and modern codebases alike. This happened in countless instances, from Java to […]

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Quantum computing is the next frontier in computer science. It can bring untold benefits, allowing the development of new materials, tackling pandemics and making the world a greener, safer place. But it also threatens to break the encryption that keeps our data safe from prying eyes. France’s recent announcement to invest €1.8b into Europe’s quantum […]

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By 2023, the size of the global cybersecurity market is predicted to grow to $248.26 billion. The industry is expected to grow at a consistent pace. You know what that means: more open positions, better salaries, and improved perspectives for career growth. Getting a cybersecurity MA degree is not easy, and it might cost you […]

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The development team behind the NextGen Gallery plugin has addressed two severe CSRF vulnerabilities that could have allowed site takeover. The developers behind the NextGen Gallery plugin have fixed two critical Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities, their exploitation could lead to a site takeover, malicious redirects, spam injection, phishing, and other malicious activities. The NextGEN […]

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If your marketing agency is under the impression that cyber security is strictly an IT issue, you should think again. Effective security is a company-wide commitment, and marketers play one of the most crucial roles. Consider how much personal data you collect; if that information is lost or stolen, it will severely damage your customer relationships. In fact, a Ping Identity survey found that 78% of people would stop using an organisation’s online services if it had experienced a breach. So, what should marketing agencies do to reduce the risk of cyber attacks and protect their reputation? Here are our

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MalwareBytes is reporting a weird software credit card skimmer. It harvests credit card data stolen by another, different skimmer:

Even though spotting multiple card skimmer scripts on the same online shop is not unheard of, this one stood out due to its highly specialized nature.

“The threat actors devised a version of their script that is aware of sites already injected with a Magento 1 skimmer,” Malwarebytes’ Head of Threat Intelligence Jérôme Segura explains in a report shared in advance with Bleeping Computer.

“That second skimmer will simply harvest credit card details from the already existing fake form injected by the previous attackers.”…

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Tesla invests heavily into Bitcoin, Amazon workers begin a historic vote of unionization and verified Twitter users shared an all-time-high amount of fake news in 2020.
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Microsoft implements alerts for ‘nation-state activity’ in the Defender for Office 365 dashboard, to allow organizations to quickly respond. Since 2016, Microsoft has been alerting users of nation-state activity, now the IT giant added the same service to the Defender for Office 365 dashboard. The new security alert will notify companies when their employees are […]

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