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The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency requires U.S. federal agencies to immediately follow the CISA emergency directive intended to mitigate the PrintNightmare threat. What Has Determined the CISA Emergency Directive? PrinNightmare targe…

Read More CISA Emergency Directive Points Out to PrintNightmare: Federal Agencies Required to Take Immediate Action

The security updates aimed at PrintNightmare make Zebra printers crash after installed. PrintNightmare is a zero-day bug classified as CVE-2021-34527, which has made quite a stir in the cybersecurity world lately, being mistakenly made public. After th…

Read More Microsoft’s KB5004945 Security Update for PrintNigtmare Has Side Effects: Now Zebra Printers Crash

The bitcoin price rise has been fluctuating lately. It was worth roughly $10,600 in October. An analysis from Baracuda Networks reveals that with the boost of the cryptocurrency popularity, threat actors thought it’s the proper time to launch some cybe…

Read More Bitcoin Price Rise Makes Way for New Cyberattacks: BEC Attacks and Phishing Impersonations on the Carpet

The bitcoin price rise has been fluctuating lately. It was worth roughly $10,600 in October. An analysis from Baracuda Networks reveals that with the boost of the cryptocurrency popularity, threat actors thought it’s the proper time to launch some cybe…

Read More Bitcoin Price Rise Makes Way for New Cyberattacks: BEC Attacks and Phishing Impersonations on the Carpet

A new cyberattack has come to light recently. A September 2020 AJG data breach has been reported by the company itself, affecting a number of the insurance company’s systems. Customer data stored on the compromised systems might have been leaked or sto…

Read More AJG Data Breach Led to Private Information Exposure: the U.S. Insurance Company Affected by a Cyberattack

A new cyberattack has come to light recently. A September 2020 AJG data breach has been reported by the company itself, affecting a number of the insurance company’s systems. Customer data stored on the compromised systems might have been leaked or sto…

Read More AJG Data Breach Led to Private Information Exposure: the U.S. Insurance Company Affected by a Cyberattack

This news was updated clarifying that PrintNightmare Exploit is not a zero-day bug and it’s the same as CVE-2021-1675, because the latter was not fully patched by Microsoft.  Windows Print Spooler, the Windows software program whose job is to man…

Read More PrintNightmare Exploit Mistakenly Brought to Public’s Attention: A Malware That Could Perform a System Takeover [UPDATED]

A new type of malware rends the air in the cybersecurity world. A security flaw in the Microsoft’s system allowed the distribution of a driver infected with Netfilter rootkit malware in the gaming environment. The matter was firstly reported last week …

Read More Netfilter Rootkit Malware Infiltrates Into Microsoft’ Security Systems: the Gaming Community Targeted

The Check Point Research Team (CPR) has recently conducted an investigation as they suspected some Atlassian domain flaws. In a communication from Thursday, they revealed precarious system features in the Atlassian project, because of their use of SSO …

Read More Atlassian Domain Flaws Could Have Led to Data Leakage and Account Control with Just One-click Exploit

A ReverseRat backdoor attack has been recently reported. A supposedly Pakistan-linked hacker targeted government institutions and power companies from South and Central Asia. India was the most affected country, followed by Afghanistan. The threat acto…

Read More South and Central Asian Government Organizations and Power Companies Suffer a ReverseRat Backdoor Attack