The hosting service was used to deploy malware payloads including Zeus and the Blackhole exploit kit.
The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) would ban U.S. firms from selling hacking tools to authoritarian regimes. The Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) would introduce a new export control rule aimed at banning the export or resale of hacking tools to authoritarian regimes. The rule announced by the BIS […]
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Threat actors are continually looking for better ways to target organizations, here are the top five attack vectors to look out for in 2022. Malicious actors are continually looking for better ways to carry out successful cyber attacks. Whether motivated by a potential payday or the ability to access confidential information, cybercriminals have plenty of […]
A weekend cyberattack against Sinclair Broadcast Group was linked to one of the most infamous Russian cybergangs, called Evil Corp, Bloomberg reports. From the report: The Sinclair hackers used malware called Macaw, a variant of ransomware known as Was…
When I wrote a recent blog post, asking why Peter Thiel never formally renounces Nazism, I received a bizarre response almost immediately. Andrew Good from NumbersUSA (“Media Standards” Director based in Arlington, Virginia) fired off an em…
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Reportedly, the database also contains personal information of Argentinian President Alberto Fernández, football superstars Sergio Aguero and Lionel Messi.
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XDR holds the promise to enable security teams to rapidly detect and respond to threats across technologies, workloads and environments. How? Read more.
Google has shed light on a spate of attacks that turned creator channels into cryptocurrency scam livestreams.
We take a look at the issues involved with torrenting and P2P file sharing, along with four VPN services that can provide support for legitimate P2P users.
Researchers dubbed it a “straightforward Linux kernel locking bug” that they exploited against Debian Buster’s 22.214.171.124-amd64 kernel.
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