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High-volume eGobbler malvertising campaign exploits zero-day Chrome bug

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A malicious actor has been leveraging a Google Chrome browser exploit to deliver malvertisements to iOS users, including a campaign earlier this month during which 500 million user sessions were exposed to a session hijacking attack. Dubbed eGobbler by researchers at Confiant, the threat actor from April 6-10 ran a massive operation consisting of eight…
IoT, Security News

Chucky is a rogue IoT device in latest Child’s Play trailer

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The most recent iteration of the Child’s Play franchise features the murderous doll Chucky as a rogue IoT device gone mad. The new film’s trailer features Chucky connected to the “Buddi” platform which allows users to control all of their connected home devices including various electronics, toys, and anything else that can be forged into…
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A Focused Approach to Zero Trust

The evolution of IT has greatly outpaced that of cybersecurity. While security hasn’t stood still, it hasn’t progressed effectively to address today’s digital and gig economy realities. Here are some reasons why this is so. IT is distributed, hybrid and on-demand, broadening the scope of your attack surface. The workforce, like today’s data, is mobile, and…
Several vulnerabilities identified in TheCartPress WordPress plugin
Security News, Vulnerabilities

WordPress removes vulnerable Yuzo Related Posts plugin

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Sometimes when an organization dutifully shuts down a plugin due to cybersecurity concerns it merely acts as a signal flare to attract malicious actors to a possible attack vector and that seems to be what happened with the WordPress plugin Yuzo Related Posts. WordPress shut down Yuzo Related Posts, which has 60,000 installs, on March…
Security News, Vulnerabilities

Nearly one billion Chrome users vulnerable to exploit patched in later versions

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Exodus Intelligence security researcher István Kurucsai discovered and published a proof-of-concept of a vulnerability found in Google Chrome. Although the security flaw has been patched in Chrome’s version 8 JavaScript engine, a fix hasn’t been developed for Chrome version 73 leaving at least an estimated billion users at risk. Kurucsai pointed out that this situation…
Security News, Vulnerabilities

April Microsoft Patch Tuesday addresses two actively exploited zero-days

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Microsoft April 2019 Patch Tuesday’s release included fixes for 74 vulnerabilities, 15 of which were classified as critical and most of which affect the Windows operating system itself and two actively exploited vulnerabilities. The actively exploited vulnerabilities included two Win32K Elevation of Privilege vulnerabilities on of which was discovered by the Alibaba Cloud Intelligence Security…
Possible link discovered that ties together Wi-Fi routers with backdoors
Network Security, Security News

Verizon FIOS, TP Link patch major vulnerabilities in routers

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Researchers have revealed that certain Verizon and TP Link routers have severe vulnerabilities that that could lead to remote command injection in the former and a zero-day attack on the latter. Tenable Research found three vulnerabilities in Verizon’s Fios Quantum Gateway routers, which are supplied to almost every new Verizon Fios customer, while IBM Security…
Executive Insight, Security News

The Need for Trust amidst the “Zero Trust” Movement

My entrance into the world of technology and cybersecurity coincidentally occurred in simultaneous fashion with what Symantec has coined the Big Boom age[1] of data breach. It was March 2005 that the world witnessed the first data breach to include over one million compromised records at DSW Shoe Warehouse. Since then and as of today,…
Security News, Vulnerabilities

Google researcher finds zero-day in TP-Link SR20 router smart home hub

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Google security researcher Matthew Garrett publicly released a zero day vulnerability he discovered in the TP-Link SR20 router smart home hub in one device. The device is designed to integrate with a user’s home automation kit that allows them to use the device as the core of their home network and to work with other…
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ZixProtect with targeted threat protection is a multilayered SaaS-based email security and compliance solution focused on small to medium-sized companies. It provides email threat protection, business email continuity, email encryption and email data loss prevention with focus on ease of use for customers. Email threat protection uses a multilayered filtering approach to protect against spam,…
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