Monthly Archives: September 2016

Fancy Bear Hackers use a new Mac Trojan against aerospace industry

Researchers at Palo Alto spotted a new campaign of the Russian Fancy Bear APT using a new…

Australian Police warns of malware-laden USB drives left in letterboxes

The Police in the Australian State of Victoria issued a warning to the local population of malware-laden…

The leak of NSA hacking tools was caused by a staffer mistake

A US investigation into the leak of the NSA hacking tools used by the Agency is focusing…

A mistake allowed us a peek into North Korea Internet infrastructure

A mistake allowed us a peek into the North Korea Internet infrastructure, a security researcher discovered that…

NIST issues the Baldrige Cybersecurity Excellence Builder cybersecurity self-assessment tool

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued a draft of a self-assessment tool named Baldrige…

Car Hacking – Chinese hacker team remotely hacked Tesla Model S

A group of security researchers from the Chinese firm Tencent have found a series of flaws that…

GCHQ plans to protect the country with a national firewall

The British intelligence agency GCHQ is planning to create to protect the country from cyber attacks by creating…

According to the Akamai Q2 2016 report, the number of DDoS has doubled over the last 12 months

The DDoS attacks continue to be privileged attack vectors for crooks, according to the last report published…

CVE-2016-6662 – Researcher disclosed a critical MySQL Zero-Day

A security researcher disclosed a critical MySQL zero-day affecting all the default configuration of all MySQL versions…

CVE-2016-6399 – CISCO disclosed unpatched flaw in ACE products

Cisco disclosed the existence of the CVE-2016-6399 flaw that can be exploited by remote unauthenticated attackers to…

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