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DHS HART Biometric Database Raises Security, Civil Liberties Concerns
13th Jun 2018 [6 days ago] from SecurityWeek
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Australia Agrees Solomons Internet Cable After China Concern
13th Jun 2018 [6 days ago] from SecurityWeek
Australia will help fund and build an underseas communications cable to the Solomon Islands, it was agreed Wednesday, after the Pacific nation was convinced to drop a contract with Chinese company Huawei. read more
Microsoft Releases Mitigations For Spectre-Like Variant 4 Attack
12th Jun 2018 [6 days ago] from SecurityWeek
Updates released by Microsoft on Tuesday for its Windows operating system add support for a feature that should prevent attacks involving the recently disclosed speculative execution vulnerability known as “Variant 4.” read more
Microsoft Patches 11 Critical RCE Flaws In Windows, Browsers
12th Jun 2018 [6 days ago] from SecurityWeek
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday updates for June 2018 address a total of 50 vulnerabilities, including nearly a dozen critical remote code execution flaws affecting Windows and the company’s Edge and Internet Explorer web browsers. read...
New PyRoMineIoT Malware Spreads Via NSA-Linked Exploit
12th Jun 2018 [7 days ago] from SecurityWeek
A recently discovered piece of crypto-currency miner malware isn’t only abusing a National Security Agency-linked remote code execution exploit to spread, but also abuses infected machines to scan for vulnerable Internet of Things (IoT)...
$175 Million In Monero Mined Via Malicious Programs: Report
12th Jun 2018 [7 days ago] from SecurityWeek
The popularity of crypto-currency malware has been skyrocketing over the past year, and the segment appears to have been highly lucrative for cybercriminals, a new Palo Alto Networks report reveals. read more
Code Signing Flaw Affects All Mac OS Versions Since 2005
12th Jun 2018 [7 days ago] from SecurityWeek
Okta Rex (Research and Exploitation) researcher Josh Pitts has discovered a method of exploiting the code signing mechanism in MacOS. If exploited, the flaw could allow malicious untrusted code to masquerade as legitimate trusted code and...
Crestron Patches Command Injection Flaw In DGE-100 Controller
12th Jun 2018 [7 days ago] from SecurityWeek
Crestron recently addressed a command injection vulnerability in the console service preinstalled on the Digital Graphics Engine 100 (DGE-100) and other hardware controllers made by the company. read more
North Korean Hackers Abuse ActiveX In Recent Attacks
12th Jun 2018 [7 days ago] from SecurityWeek
An ActiveX zero-day vulnerability discovered recently on the website of a South Korean think tank focused on national security has been abused by the North Korean-linked Lazarus group in attacks, AlienVault reports. read more
Vietnam MPs Approve Sweeping Cyber Security Law
12th Jun 2018 [7 days ago] from SecurityWeek
Vietnamese lawmakers on Tuesday approved a sweeping cyber security law which could compel Facebook and Google to take down critical posts within 24 hours, as space for debate is crushed inside the Communist country. read more
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