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| |Researcher Drops 3 Separate 0-Day Windows Exploits In 24 Hours SandboxEscaper, the security researcher who posted a claimed zero-day Windows 10 vulnerability on GitHub Tuesday, has now posted the remaining four exploits (two yesterday and the final two today) that he or she (well say she) said she...
| |Instagram Says Not Source Of Contact Info For Influential Users Instagram on Thursday said it was not the source of private contact information for millions of influential users of the service recently found in an unguarded online database.
| |Siemens Teams With Chronicle On Cybersecurity Solutions For Energy Industry Siemens and Alphabet-owned cybersecurity firm Chronicle this week announced a partnership whose goal is to provide industrial monitoring and detection solutions for the energy sector.
| |NATO Warns Russia Of Full Range Of Responses To Cyberattack The head of NATO told Russia and other potential foes Thursday that the Western military alliance was ready to use all means at its disposal to respond to cyber attacks.
Jens Stoltenbergs warning came with the blocs members on alert for...
| |Best Practices For Securely Moving Workloads Into The Cloud Gartner’s latest IT spending forecast predicts that spending on data center systems will reach $195 billion in 2019, but decrease to $190 billion through 2022. In contrast, spending on cloud infrastructure services will grow from $39.5...
| |Comodo Issued Most Certificates For Signed Malware On VirusTotal Comodo CA (now known as Sectigo) is the Certificate Authority (CA) that issued the largest number of digital certificates used to sign malware samples found on VirusTotal over the past year, Chronicle’s security researchers have discovered.
| |Authorities Take Down Cryptocurrency Mixing Service Bestmixer.io Authorities in Europe this week said they took down Bestmixer.io, one of the leading cryptocurrency mixing service in the world.
The takedown was possible due to a collaboration between the Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Service...
| |PoC Exploits Created For Wormable Windows RDS Flaw Several proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits, including ones that can be used for remote code execution, have been developed for the recently patched Windows Remote Desktop Services (RDS) vulnerability tracked as CVE-2019-0708 and dubbed BlueKeep.
| |Moodys Downgrades Equifax Outlook To Negative Over 2017 Data Breach Moodys has revised its Equifax outlook from stable to negative, citing the effect of the 2017 data breach. This is the first time that a cybersecurity incident has resulted in a Moodys outlook downgrading.
| |5 Things Every SMB Should Know To Strengthen Defenses You may find it surprising that small businesses make up more than 97% of total businesses in North America, according to the Better Business Bureau (BBB). Given this statistic, I suppose the good news is that fewer than half of all cyberattacks...
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