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Kaspersky Links ShadowHammer Supply-Chain Attack To ShadowPad Hackers
23rd Apr 2019 [19 hours ago] from SecurityWeek
The sophisticated supply-chain attack called Operation ShadowHammer that targeted ASUS users can be linked to the "ShadowPad" threat actor and the CCleaner incident, Kaspersky Lab’s security researchers say. read more
Banking Trojan Drive-by Download Leverages Trust In Google Sites
23rd Apr 2019 [19 hours ago] from SecurityWeek
Brazilian hackers have developed a drive-by download attack leveraging the inherent trust in the Google name. A banking trojan known as LoadPCBanker is deployed using the file cabinets template in Google sites as a delivery vehicle. read...
Shifting To DevSecOps Is As Much About Culture As Technology And Methodology
23rd Apr 2019 [20 hours ago] from SecurityWeek
This move to container-based development and agile methodologies has been great for innovation and iteration, but it’s also brought a massive shift in the application landscape with real impact on security teams. read more
Bodybuilding.com Discloses Data Breach
23rd Apr 2019 [20 hours ago] from SecurityWeek
Bodybuilding.com, a popular website for fitness and bodybuilding enthusiasts, announced last week that hackers were able to access its systems. read more
UKs NCSC Suggests Automatic Blocking Of Common Passwords
23rd Apr 2019 [20 hours ago] from SecurityWeek
A recent survey from the UKs National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC, part of GCHQ), conducted by Ipsos Mori, suggests that 52% consider their most prevalent online security consideration to be protecting their privacy, while 51% consider...
Carbanak Source Code Discovered On VirusTotal
23rd Apr 2019 [21 hours ago] from SecurityWeek
The source code of a backdoor associated with the prolific FIN7 threat actor has emerged on VirusTotal alongside builders and other tools from the group, FireEye security researchers reveal. read more
Vietnam-Linked Hackers Use Atypical Executables To Avoid Detection
23rd Apr 2019 [22 hours ago] from SecurityWeek
OceanLotus, a Vietnam-linked cyber-espionage group, has been using atypical executable formats in an attempt to avoid detection and hinder analysis, according security firm Malwarebytes. read more
Healthcare Firm EmCare Says 60,000 Employees And Patients Exposed In Breach
22nd Apr 2019 [43 hours ago] from SecurityWeek
Dallas, Texas-based firm EmCare Inc disclosed on Saturday that a number of employees email accounts had been accessed, potentially exposing personal information of almost 60,000 people, including 31,000 patients. read more
Source Code Of Iran-Linked Hacking Tools Posted Online
22nd Apr 2019 [44 hours ago] from SecurityWeek
What appears to be the source code of hacking tools used by an Iranian cyber-espionage group has been posted online along with information apparently stolen from victims. read more
Examining Triton Attack Framework: Lessons Learned In Protecting Industrial Systems
22nd Apr 2019 [45 hours ago] from SecurityWeek
Recently, the infamous Triton (also known asTrisis) malware framework made news again after researchers from FireEye found evidence of the same attacker lurking in other critical infrastructure. read more
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