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MOON, the strange worm spreading on Linksys routers

10:00 ET, 19 February 2014 Security researchers at SANS detected a self-replicating malware (dubbed moon worm) is spreading among a number of different Linksys routers. Researchers at the SANS Institute discovered a new self-replicating worm that is infecting different Linksys home and small business routers. The investigation started after an...

Out-Smarting the Cybersecurity Skills Shortage

By Ofer Or, VP of Product, Tufin Organizations across the globe are struggling to recruit the talent they need for their open security roles. Unfortunately, the problem is expected to worsen. In fact, Harvard Business Review first identified the problem...

Black Hat USA 2018 Addresses Needs of InfoSec Community with New Dedicated Track and...

BlackHat is expanding its community centric programming, developed to continue its service to the wider InfoSec industry. Over the past few years, Black Hat has made strategic steps in welcoming a wide range of professionals to the industry and...

Overcoming Software Security Issues Caused by the Third-Party Software Procurement Model

By Tae Jin "TJ" Kang As software becomes more sophisticated, organizations of all sizes continue to harness its capabilities to transform their go-to-market strategies and streamline their operations. Whether the software is developed in-house, through third-party vendors or is of...

Eataly NYC confirms data breach, customers card data exposed

Eataly NYC confirmed that New York retail location has been victim of a security incident, hackers used a PoS malware to steal customers' card data. The Italian food market Eataly has confirmed a data breach occurred earlier this year. According investigators the data...

AT&T short codes exposes users to phishing scams

Computer programmer Dani Grant revealed that texts messages from AT&T are easy to spoof and expose customers to phishing scams. AT&T customers are exposed phishing attacks due to proprietary AT&T's text protocols. Computer programmer Dani Grant discovered that is quite easy to spoof...

SNAKE – The last cyber espionage campaign on a large scale

11:00 ET, 10 March 2014 BAE Systems Applied Intelligence has disclosed a Russian cyber espionage campaign codenamed as SNAKE that targeted Governments and Military Networks. The British cyber specialist BAE Systems Applied Intelligence has disclosed a Russian cyber espionage campaign codenamed as SNAKE that remained undetected for a log time, at...

Kaspersky report: Malware shared by USCYBERCOM first seen in December 2016

The malware samples shared by USCYBERCOM last week were first detected in December 2016 in attacks attributed to Iran-linked APT33. Last week the United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) uploaded to VirusTotala malware used by Iran-linked APT33 group in attacks in...

Microsoft maintains the recovery key of your new PC

If you login to Windows 10 using your Microsoft account you have to know that your computer automatically uploaded a copy of your recovery key. New Windows computers implement a built-in disk encryption feature that is turned on by default to...

Service account management (SAM) challenges and best practices

by Bhavdip Rathod, IAM Solution Architect, Sailpoint Technologies, Inc Introduction This article focuses more on the real-world challenges and which best practices should be adapted to overcome those challenges in order to successfully manage different types of Service Accounts as part...

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