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FBI And NSA Expose New Linux Malware Drovorub, Used By Russian State Hackers
13th Aug 2020 [19 hours ago] from ZDNet
The FBI and NSA issue joint security alert containing technical details about new Linux malware developed by Russias military hackers.
Google: Well Test Hiding The Full URL In Chrome 86 To Combat Phishing
13th Aug 2020 [22 hours ago] from ZDNet
Google aims to find out if showing only a domain name in the address bar will help Chrome users spot scams.
Signal Adds Message Requests To Stop Spam And Protect User Privacy
13th Aug 2020 [23 hours ago] from ZDNet
New feature lets Signal users control who can text or voice call, add them to groups.
In One Click: Amazon Alexa Could Be Exploited For Theft Of Voice History, PII, Skill Tampering
13th Aug 2020 [25 hours ago] from ZDNet
Subdomains belonging to the service were found to be harboring CORS errors and vulnerable to XSS attacks.
FireEye’s Bug Bounty Program Goes Public
13th Aug 2020 [28 hours ago] from ZDNet
42 vulnerabilities in FireEye domains have, so far, been resolved.
RedCurl Cybercrime Group Has Hacked Companies For Three Years
13th Aug 2020 [28 hours ago] from ZDNet
New hacker group discovered; believed to operate out of Russia.
Re­VoL­TE Attack Can Decrypt 4G (LTE) Calls To Eavesdrop On Conversations
12th Aug 2020 [43 hours ago] from ZDNet
Academics detail a new attack on 4G encrypted calls. Attack works only when the attacker is on the same base station (mobile tower) as the victim.
NHS Hit With Wave Of Scam Emails At Height Of COVID-19 Pandemic
12th Aug 2020 [43 hours ago] from ZDNet
NHS Digital said its cybersecurity teams were working hard to keep patient data secure as attackers continued to target under-pressure services.
APAC Consumers Believe Onus On Businesses, Governments To Safeguard Their Data
12th Aug 2020 [44 hours ago] from ZDNet
Almost 70% of consumers in Asia-Pacific will give up their privacy for better user experience, but just 25% feel theyre responsible for protecting their own data, with the rest of pushing this role to governments and organisations.
Cybersecurity: These Two Basic Flaws Make It Easy For Hackers To Break Into You Systems
12th Aug 2020 [44 hours ago] from ZDNet
Penetration testers share common security failings that leave companies vulnerable to attack.
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