A presentation at Def Con 2018 last week revealed an unpatched vulnerability in macOS devices that can allow malware to bypass certain security checks using a technique that fakes user mouse clicks.
Adobe today issued patched updates for Acrobat and Reader, Flash Player, Experience Manager, and the Cloud Desktop Application, collectively fixing 11 vulnerabilities, two of them critical.
A Nigerian citizen last week was convicted in a Georgia federal court for his involvement in a $6 million phishing scheme targeting college and university staff members.
Through its US-CERT division, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security yesterday issued a new analysis report on a remote access trojan called KEYMARBLE that the agency says has been attributed to Hidden Cobra, a suspected North Korean APT actor.
- SSM Health call center agent with access to records allegedly violated patient privacy
- Zomato breach leaves bad taste in mouth of 17 million users
- University of Wisconsin-Madison data breach impacts 1000-plus former law school applicants
- Hacker accesses Michigan State University database in reported extortion attempt
- Stolen laptop exposes PII of over 200K Premier Healthcare patients
- Magnolia Health Corporation suffers breach after falling for spoofed CEO email
- Employees mishandle data, violate HIPAA in Washington State Medicaid breach