The Ukrainian Secret Service is blaming Russian intelligence for an attack it blocked that was launched upon a chlorine distillation plan in the Dnipropetrovsk region using VPNFilter malware.
With the World Cup winding up this weekend, malicious actors are hustling out the last of their World Cup-based attacks in an attempt to obtain a few more victims.
There is no doubt the World Cup has a negative impact on business productivity, but it may come as a surprise to find cybercriminals are no different and take the day off when their nation's squad is playing.
A customer of the medical practice management software firm MedEvolve had the PII of at least 15 patients, and possibly more, were exposed when a file on an FTP server was left open to the internet.
US-CERT issued a medium rated security advisory for Kea DHCP version 1.4.0 that could cause memory leakage resulting in the failure of memory locations.
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