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Cryptomining Malware Targeting Unpatched Server Vulnerabilities

April’s Most Wanted Malware: Cryptomining Malware Targeting Unpatched Server Vulnerabilities, says Check Point Check Point’s latest Global Threat Index reveals that hackers targeted unpatched server...

Asigra Integrates Cyber Security with Cloud Backup to Defend Against Ransomware...

Asigra Inc., a cloud backup, recovery and restore software provider since 1986 today announced its latest release v14 “Cloud Backup Evolved” to address the...

When it comes to passwords, the smarter students have it figured

Source: The Register | By Thomas Claburn Students who get good grades have better passwords than their less academically successful peers, though this finding should...

Many Vulnerabilities Found in OPC UA Industrial Protocol

Source: SECURITYWEEK | By Eduard Kovacs Researchers at Kaspersky Lab have identified a significant number of vulnerabilities in the OPC UA protocol, including flaws that...

Malicious Chrome extensions infect 100,000-plus users, again

Source: ars TECHNICA | By Dan Goodin Over two months, seven extensions stole credentials and installed currency miners. Criminals infected more than 100,000 computers with browser...

Google will make it mandatory for OEMs to provide regular security...

Source: BGR Android P has a lot of features to offer, but not all of them have to do with AI or design. According to...

Google Brings Android to Internet of Things

Source: SECURITYWEEK | By Ionut Arghire Less than a month after Microsoft announced an operating system built for Internet of Things (IoT) security, Google is...

Goodyear, Ariz., utility POS system breached

Source: SC MAGAZINE | by Doug Olenick, Online Editor The City of Goodyear, Ariz., is reporting a possible data breach associated with its online utility...

EternalBlue exploit more popular now than during WannaCryptor outbreak

Source: ESET | By Ondrej Kubovič It’s been a year since the WannaCryptor.D ransomware (aka WannaCry and WCrypt) caused one of the largest cyber-disruptions the...

Botnets ‘competing’ to attack vulnerable GPON fiber routers

Source: ZDNet | By Zack Whittaker Several botnet operators are targeting a popular but vulnerable fiber router, which can be easily hijacked thanks to two...
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