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Microsoft Promises End-to-end Encrypted Teams Calls For Some, Invites You To Go Passwordless With Azure AD
3rd Mar 2021 [one month ago] from The Register
When there are passphrases, there is inherent risk, says Redmond Ignite  Microsoft has said it will add end-to-end encryption for some one-to-one Teams calls later this year – and urged folks to move away from using passwords with Azure...
Eugene Kaspersky Says Cyber-crooks Coined It During COVID And Will Take A Break To Spend Their Loot
2nd Mar 2021 [one month ago] from The Register
Not so fast, says infosec boffin, because crims know returning workers will be easy prey Kaspersky Lab CEO Eugene Kaspersky has suggested that the end of the COVID-19 pandemic will bring a slowdown in cyber-crime.…
Shock Exchange: Microsoft Patches 4 Zero-day Flaws Exploited By Chinas ‘Hafnium’ Crew To Steal Sensitive Data
2nd Mar 2021 [one month ago] from The Register
Patch ASAP: Holes used to raid top-tier targets and stash info in Kim Dotcoms old cloud file locker Microsoft says Beijing-backed hackers are exploiting four zero-day vulnerabilities in Exchange Server to steal data from defense contractors,...
Gootkit Malware Crew Using SEO To Get Pwned Websites In Front Of Unwitting Marks
2nd Mar 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
And theyre getting into the ransomware game too, warns Sophos Gootkit financial malware has been resurrected to fling ransomware payloads at unwitting marks, according to Sophos.…
Perl.com Theft Blamed On Social Engineering Attack: Registrar Convinced To Alter DNS Records By Miscreants
2nd Mar 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Network Solutions hasnt confirmed what happened, though The short-lived theft of Perl.com in late January is believed to have been the result of a social engineering attack that convinced registrar Network Solutions to alter the domains...
Chinese Businessman Charged With Plotting With GE Insider To Steal Transistor Tech Secrets
1st Mar 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Hong Kong-based suspect wanted to create rival startup using pilfered silicon carbide MOSFET blueprints – claim A Chinese businessman has been accused by the US government of trying to steal silicon secrets from General Electric...
Malware Attack That Crippled Mumbais Power System Came From China, Claims Infosec Intel Outfit Recorded Future
1st Mar 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
The fun started at the same time as border skirmishes Security intelligence firm Recorded Futures Insikt Group has written a paper alleging China was behind attacks on Indias electricity grid.…
Cyber-attackers Work 24/7 … But What About Your Security Team?
1st Mar 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
If you want the lowdown on managed detection and response, clock this Promo  One thing you can say about cyber-attackers. They don’t keep office hours. They – or their code – will chip away at your systems, all day, every day, looking...
Mobile Spyware Fan Saudi Crown Prince Accused By US Intel Of Khashoggi Death
28th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Plus: Critical Cisco flaw, NSA advice, and someone hacked Gab? In Brief  The murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, which is said to be have been aided by digital surveillance, was ordered by the head of the Saudi Arabian...
Imperva Pretty Adamant That Security Analytics Aggregator Product Sonar Is Not One Dashboard To Rule Them All
26th Feb 2021 [2 months ago] from The Register
Uh huh... its a good time to be in enterprise security analytics Tired of keeping up with security alerts from your system? Worried that your Security Operations Centre (SOC) is getting deluged in low-level reporting? Fear not: Imperva...
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