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Chinese-speaking cybercrime group launches destructive malware family

Source: CS | By Patrick Howell O'Neill A prolific cybercrime group known as Iron Group is actively developing a new family of destructive malware that...

wolfSSL Announces the First Commercial Release of TLS 1.3

wolfSSL, a tech provider of TLS cryptography announces the world’s first commercial release of TLS 1.3. With the imminent finalization of the TLS 1.3...

Why Organizations Must Adopt Zero-Trust Practices

Source: SW | By Kevin Townsend Patching Not Enough; Organizations Must Adopt Zero-Trust Practices: Report Hackers Can Gain Network Access Via Social Engineering and Wait for...

Research from Spirent with ESG Reveals Shifting Priorities

Research from Spirent with ESG Reveals Shifting Priorities in Response to Increased Cybersecurity Complexity CISO Responsibilities Expand from Protecting Apps and End-to-End Business Processes to...

A flaw in Alpine Linux could allow executing arbitrary code

Source: SA | By Pierluigi Paganini Security researcher Max Justicz has discovered several flaws in the distribution Alpine Linux, including an arbitrary code execution. Alpine Linux...

New Mirai variant Fbot found wiping out cryptomining malware

Source: Cyware | By Sophia Brown New Mirai variant Fbot found wiping out cryptomining malware from Android devices • The new botnet is targeting a new...

Why Email Impersonation Attacks are Deadly

The rise in email impersonation attacks is a reminder that organizations should re-assess their security process. Read on to know more about the email...

Meta Networks Empowers Channel to Solve VPN Security Challenges

Meta Networks Empowers Channel to Solve VPN Security Challenges with New Partner Program Meta NaaS Partner Program Brings Zero-Trust Secure Remote Access to Reduce the...

Researchers Found New Worm with Botnet, Ransomware, and Coinmining Abilities

Source: SP | By Sergiu Gatlan Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 research team discovered a new malware class capable of targeting Linux and Windows servers,...

How an Australian Boy Hacked into Apple Network

Apple's internal systems were breached by an Australian teenager. Read on to know how Apple tipped FBI which ultimately led to his arrest... The Australian...
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