July 12, 2021

Threats to your business data can be really damaging if you are not careful. But they are completely avoidable when you have the right safeguards in place. If you are wanting to ensure that you can conduct business without a lot of issues along the way, then investing in the right methods will help.  There […]

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ThreatQuotient is addressing an industry need for more curated and data-driven threat intelligence with the availability of ThreatQ Data Exchange. Built on the foundation of ThreatQuotient’s flexible data model and support for open intelligence sharing…

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SolarWinds confirmed that a threat actor is actively exploiting a new zero-day vulnerability in Serv-U products and urges customers to fix it. SolarWinds addressed a zero-day remote code execution flaw in Serv-U products which is actively exploited in the wild by a single threat actor. SolarWinds was informed of the zero-day by Microsoft, the issue affects Serv-U Managed File Transfer […]

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Researchers from Cyber News Team have spotted threat actors offering for sale 600 million LinkedIn profiles scraped from the platform, again. Original post: https://cybernews.com/news/threat-actors-scrape-600-million-linkedin-profiles-and-are-selling-the-data-online-again/ For the third time in the past four months, LinkedIn seems to have experienced another massive data scrape conducted by a malicious actor. Once again, an archive of data collected from […]

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Microsoft is announcing that we have entered into a definitive agreement to acquire RiskIQ, a leader in global threat intelligence and attack surface management, to help our shared customers build a more comprehensive view of the global threats to their businesses, better understand vulnerable internet-facing assets, and build world-class threat intelligence.

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Today’s podcast reports on a non-profit’s data theft, an insurance giant is notifying victims of a ransomware attack and some subscribers to U.S. wireless carrier Mint Mobile had their phones ported to another carrier

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Researchers spotted a new malware, dubbed BIOPASS, that sniffs victim’s screen by abusing the framework of Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) Studio. Researchers from Trend Micro spotted a new malware, dubbed BIOPASS, that sniffs the victim’s screen by abusing the framework of Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) Studio. Threat actors behind the new malware planted a malicious JavaScript code on support […]

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Smarthomes are asking for too much data, Joe Biden signs an executive order to restore net neutrality, and the call for the right to repair is highlighted with wireless earphones. It’s all the biz/tech news that’s popular right now. Welcome to Hashtag Trending! It’s Monday July 12 and I’m your host, Tom Li. Appliances are […]

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Kaseya has released a security update to address the VSA zero-day vulnerabilities exploited by REvil gang in the massive ransomware supply chain attack. Software vendor Kaseya has released a security update to fix the zero-day vulnerabilities in its VSA software that were exploited by the REvil ransomware gang in the massive ransomware supply chain attack. […]

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Magecart hackers continuously improve their exfiltration techniques to evade detection, they are hiding stolen credit card data into images. Magecart hackers have devised a new technique to obfuscating the malware within comment blocks and hide stolen credit card data into images evading detection. Hacker groups under the Magecart umbrella continue to target e-stores to steal payment card data with […]

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