New ZombieLoad v2 Attack Affects Intel’s Latest Cascade Lake CPUs

Zombieload is back. This time a new variant (v2) of the data-leaking side-channel vulnerability also affects the most recent Intel CPUs, including the latest Cascade Lake, which are otherwise resistant against attacks like Meltdown, Foreshadow and other MDS variants (RIDL and Fallout). Initially discovered in May this year, ZombieLoad is one of the three novel…

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Hackers Breach ZoneAlarm’s Forum Site — Outdated vBulletin to Blame

ZoneAlarm, an internet security software company owned by Israeli cybersecurity firm Check Point Technologies, has suffered a data breach exposing data of its discussion forum users, the company confirmed The Hacker News. With nearly 100 million downloads, ZoneAlarm offers antivirus software, firewall, and additional virus protection solutions to home PC users, small businesses, and mobile…

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PPT Template: Build Your 2020 Security Plan

The end of the year is coming, and it’s time for security decision-makers to make plans for 2020 and get management approval. Typically, this entails making a solid case regarding why current resources, while yielding significant value, need to be reallocated and enhanced. The Definitive2020 Security Plan PPT Template is built to simplify this task,…

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Watch IT Out Admins! Two Unpatched Critical RCE Flaws Disclosed in rConfig

If you’re using the popular rConfig network configuration management utility to protect and manage your network devices, here we have an important and urgent warning for you. A cybersecurity researcher has recently published details and proof-of-concept exploits for two unpatched, critical remote code execution vulnerabilities in the rConfig utility, at least one of which could…

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New Chrome 0-day Bug Under Active Attacks – Update Your Browser Now!

Attention readers, if you are using Chrome on your Windows, Mac, and Linux computers, you need to update your web browsing software immediately to the latest version Google released earlier today. With the release of Chrome 78.0.3904.87, Google is warning billions of users to install an urgent software update immediately to patch two high severity…

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Chinese Hackers Compromise Telecom Servers to Spy on SMS Messages

A group of Chinese hackers carrying out political espionage for Beijing has been found targeting telecommunications companies with a new piece of malware designed to spy on text messages sent or received by highly targeted individuals. Dubbed “MessageTap,” the backdoor malware is a 64-bit ELF data miner that has recently been discovered installed on a…

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Hackers Target Indian Nuclear Power Plant – Everything We Know So Far

A story has been making the rounds on the Internet since yesterday about a cyber attack on an Indian nuclear power plant. Due to some experts commentary on social media even after lack of information about the event and overreactions by many, the incident received factually incorrect coverage widely suggesting a piece of malware has…

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UniCredit Bank Suffers ‘Data Incident’ Exposing 3 Million Italian Customer Records

UniCredit, an Italian global banking and financial services company, announced today that it suffered a security incident that leaked some personal information belonging to at least 3 million of its domestic customers. Officially founded in 1870, UniCredit is Italy’s biggest banking and financial services and one of the leading European commercial banks with more than…

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Unsecured Adobe Server Exposes Data for 7.5 Million Creative Cloud Users

The U.S. multinational computer software company Adobe has suffered a serious security breach earlier this month that exposed user records’ database belonging to the company’s popular Creative Cloud service. With an estimated 15 million subscribers, Adobe Creative Cloud or Adobe CC is a subscription service that gives users access to the company’s full suite of…

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New Cache Poisoning Attack Lets Attackers Target CDN Protected Sites

A team of German cybersecurity researchers has discovered a new cache poisoning attack against web caching systems that could be used by an attacker to force a targeted website into delivering error pages to most of its visitors instead of legitimate content or resources. The issue affects reverse proxy cache systems like Varnish and some…

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New Comic Videos Take CISO/Security Vendor Relationship to the Extreme

Today’s CISOs operate in an overly intensive environment. As the ones who are tasked with the unenviable accountability for failed protection and successful breaches, they must relentlessly strive to improve their defense lines with workforce education, training their security teams and last but definitely not least — looking for products that will upgrade and adjust…

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Ways For SMBs to Tackle the Ever-rising Risk of File-based Malware Attacks

Cases of file-based malware infections are consistently rising. 59% of all infectious files detected in the first 3 months of 2019 were hidden in the documents. Because of the way the work is done in today’s offices and workplaces, corporates top the list of targets affected by file-based malware attacks. Since small & medium businesses…

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Outlook Web App Blocks 38 More File Extensions in Email Attachments

Many types of Malware or computer virus can infect your PC in various different ways, however, one of the most famous techniques of its delivery is through the infected files attached to the emails that spread the malware into your computer when those emails are opened. In order to protect their software users from malicious…

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