Monthly Archives: November 2018

Marriott Suffers Massive Breach – Affects 500 Million Customers

The personally identifiable information (PII) of as many as 500 million guests at Starwood hotels has been…

Malicious developer distributed tainted version of Event-Stream NodeJS Module to steal Bitcoins

Hacker compromised third-party NodeJS module “Event-Stream” introducing a malicious code aimed at stealing funds in Bitcoin wallet…

Going From One Against Many to Many Against Many: The Future of Security Collaboration

Industry-wide, security teams are duplicating time and resources to complete similar investigations, workflows and threat responses. With…

VMware fixed Workstation flaw disclosed at the Tianfu Cup PWN competition

VMware released security updates to address a vulnerability (CVE-2018-6983) that was recently discovered at the Tianfu Cup…

It’s Cyber Monday every day at Regent University’s cyber range

Cyberattacks affect the lives of everyone, from business owners required to safeguard assests and data to children…

US Government is asking allies to ban Huawei equipment

US Government is inviting its allies to exclude Huawei equipment from critical infrastructure and 5G architectures, reports the…

Hackers target Drupal servers chaining several flaws, including Drupalgeddon2 and DirtyCOW

Hackers targeted Drupal web servers chaining some known vulnerabilities, including Drupalgeddon2 and DirtyCOW issues. Security experts at Imperva reported an attack…

How to Improve Security and Efficiency for Your File Transfers

Security continues to be top of mind for those in the business of keeping their company’s data…

CarsBlues Bluetooth attack Affects tens of millions of vehicles

The CarsBlues attack leverages security flaws in the infotainment systems installed in several types of vehicles via…

Instagram glitch exposed some user passwords

Instagram has suffered a serious security leak that might have exposed user’s passwords, revealed The Information website….

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