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Tune In Online This Week – And Discover How To Secure All Of Your Attack Surfaces
17th Jun 2020 [22 days ago] from The Register
Think like your enemies to defeat them Webcast  You know your attack surface don’t you? You mapped all of it? Are you sure?…
Used Cisco Webex Recently? Memory Vuln Could Have Let Remote Attackers Snoop On Your Meetings And Files
17th Jun 2020 [22 days ago] from The Register
Only if theyd already pwned your box, mind. Still: get patching! Cisco Webex suffered from a vuln that could have allowed an attacker to access any account by simply copy-pasting a unique session token into a browser string.…
From The Crew Behind The Sony Pictures Hack Comes Operation Interception: An Aerospace Cyber-attack Thriller
17th Jun 2020 [22 days ago] from The Register
North Koreas Lazarus Group at it again: Watch out for .rar files coming and going from your networks Threat intel researchers have uncovered a phishing and malware campaign that targeted "a large European aerospace company" and which was...
Boffins Find That Over Nine Out Of Ten Ethical Hackers Are Being A Bit Naughty When It Comes To Cloud Services
16th Jun 2020 [23 days ago] from The Register
Then again, cloud providers arent exactly playing the smart game either Infosec pros and hackers regularly abuse cloud service providers to conduct reconnaissance and attacks, despite efforts by cloud providers to limit such...
Business Email Compromise: What Can Be Learned From The Norfund Attack
16th Jun 2020 [23 days ago] from The Register
Cybercriminals are forever honing their skills and techniques. If you’re not doing the same, there can only be one winner Sponsored  Falling for an impostor’s email is easier than you might think. The recent attack which saw Norway’s...
If Youre Despairing At Staff Sharing Admin Passwords, Look On The Bright Side. Thats CIA-grade Security
16th Jun 2020 [23 days ago] from The Register
Internal report confirms what we all feared: Lax controls led to WikiLeaks blabbing Vault 7 hack tools The CIA was so focused on developing whizzbang exploit code, it left any thought of basic computer security principles on the kitchen...
You. Yeah You, In The Beret. Drop That Media File Right Now Unless Youve Patched Illustrator Or After Effects
16th Jun 2020 [23 days ago] from The Register
Adobe emits bonus security patches for creative software including Premier Pro, Campaign Classic Adobe has emitted security patches for six of its most prominent software bundles, including Illustrator, After Effects, and Premier...
No Wiggle Room: Two Weeks After Angry Bike Shop Customers Report Mystery Orders On Their Accounts, Firm Confirms Payment Cards Delinked
16th Jun 2020 [23 days ago] from The Register
It was a fraudster! I didnt buy that £250 Lycra bodysuit Brit cycling equipment shop Wiggle confirmed to The Reg today it was delinking customers payment cards from their accounts, two weeks after first receiving complaints that orders...
845GB Of Racy Dating Website Records Exposed To Entire Internet By Leaky AWS Bucket
16th Jun 2020 [24 days ago] from The Register
Weve kept this story safe for work... which is perhaps a little odd because youre all working from home anyway Hundreds of thousands of dating app profiles – including images of "a graphic, sexual nature" – have been exposed...
How Hackers Have Weaponized The COVID-19 Virus Pandemic – And How You Can Stop Them
15th Jun 2020 [24 days ago] from The Register
Upgrade your security protection for the new normal Webcast  Is your organization in the middle of a work-from-home trial-by-fire? If so, you are learning all about the security risks of this abrupt change already, and so are your...
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