Attackers are hiding malicious payloads in phishing emails via a technique traditionally used to hide malicious code planted on websites.
The vulnerability, patched in August, has been weaponized by APT groups and prompted CISA to issue a security alert.
On the battlefield, any doorway can be a death trap. A special ops vet, and his businessman brother, have built an AI to solve that problem.
Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed details about a new watering hole attack targeting the Korean diaspora that exploits vulnerabilities in web browsers such as Google Chrome and Internet Explorer to deploy malware for espionage purposes. Dubbed “Operation Earth Kitsune” by Trend Micro, the campaign involves the use of SLUB (for SLack and githUB) malware and two new backdoors dneSpy and
As Covid-19 infections spike in many parts of the US, malware gangs are wreaking havoc on the health care system.
New additions are built to help organizations better respond to threats and protect applications and data in the cloud.
According to the Wisconsin Republican Party, thieves used altered invoices to make off with $2.3 million in election funds.
A joint advisory from the CSIA, FBI, and HHS warns of an “increased and imminent” threat to US hospitals and healthcare providers.
From changing privacy settings to putting limits on those infuriating notifications, heres how to take control of Slack.
Heightened vulnerability comes at a time when the sector has been focusing on setting up a remote workforce and online learning amid the pandemic.
An active botnet comprising hundreds of thousands of hijacked systems spread across 30 countries is exploiting “dozens of known vulnerabilities” to target widely-used content management systems (CMS). The “KashmirBlack” campaign, which is believed to have started around November 2019, aims for popular CMS platforms such as WordPress, Joomla!, PrestaShop, Magneto, Drupal, Vbulletin, OsCommerence,
You’ve probably run into a major problem when trying to scrape Google search results. Web scraping tools allow you to extract information from a web page. Companies and coders from across the world use them to download Google’s SERP data. And they work well for a little while. After several scrapes, Google’s automated security system kicks in. Then it kicks you out. The standard was to bypass
On Monday, Oct. 27, KrebsOnSecurity began following up on a tip from a reliable source that an aggressive Russian cybercriminal gang known for deploying ransomware was preparing to disrupt information technology systems at hundreds of hospitals, clinics and medical care facilities across the United States. Today, officials from the FBI and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security hastily assembled a conference call with healthcare industry executives warning about an “imminent cybercrime threat to U.S. hospitals and healthcare providers.”
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Departments of Homeland Security, and Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a joint alert Wednesday warning of an “imminent” increase in ransomware and other cyberattacks against hospitals and healthcare providers. “Malicious cyber actors are targeting the [Healthcare and Public Health] Sector with TrickBot malware, often leading to ransomware
The game envisions a near-future full of techno-dystopian surveillance, but doesn’t have much to say about the people it affects.
The joint alert, from CISA, the FBI, and others, describes activities from the North Korean advanced persistent threat group.
In March 2020, KrebsOnSecurity alerted Swedish security giant Gunnebo Group that hackers had broken into its network and sold the access to a criminal group which specializes in deploying ransomware. In August, Gunnebo said it had successfully thwarted a ransomware attack, but this week it emerged that the intruders stole and published online tens of thousands of sensitive documents – including schematics of client bank vaults and surveillance systems.
The Gunnebo Group is a Swedish multinational company that provides physical security to a variety of clients globally, including banks, government agencies, airports, casinos, jewelry stores, tax agencies and even nuclear power plants. The company has operations in 25 countries, more than 4,000 employees, and billions in revenue annually.
New data shows humans still struggle with password creation and management.
The feature is convenient, but it can also leak sensitive data, consume bandwidth, and drain batteries. And some sites are worse than others.
Individuals behind the brief Tuesday night incident posted anti-Trump sentiments and appeared to solicit cryptocurrency.
If Q2 2020 surprised us with an unusually high number of DDoS attacks for this period, the Q3 figures point to a normalization. Judging by the number of unique targets, in comparison with last quarter, cybercriminals were more attracted by European, and less by the Asian countries.
Many companies rely on Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solutions as their primary security tool to protect their organizations against cyber threats. EDR was introduced around eight years ago, and analysts now peg the EDR market size as $1.5 to $2.0 billion in annual revenue globally, expecting it to quadruple over the next five years. The recent introduction of Extended Detection and
Efforts to disrupt TrickBot may haveshut downmost of its critical infrastructure, but the operators behind the notorious malware aren’t sitting idle. According to new findings shared by cybersecurity firmNetscout, TrickBot’s authors have moved portions of their code to Linux in an attempt to widen the scope of victims that could be targeted. TrickBot, a financial Trojan first detected in 2016
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Following the NSA’s list of 25 security flaws often weaponized by Chinese attackers, researchers evaluated how they’re used around the world.
The role that these technologies play in the MITRE Shield matrix is a clear indicator that they are an essential part of today’s security landscape.
Asavie’s mobile, IoT, and security products and services will become part of the Akamai Security and Personalization Services product line.
A survey of 1,000 employees finds 96% of employees are aware of digital threats, but 45% click emails they consider to be suspicious.