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Threat actors play on people’s desire to help cure Coronavirus

Much like the new cases of COVID-19 that occur daily, cybercriminals are constantly rolling out new tactics, techniques and procedures based on the pandemic. One of the newer attacks, first observed on March 7, uses a Coronavirus themed email to spread RedLine Stealer malware. This is described as a particularly well designed, written and developed…
Coronavirus, Security News

ETSI OSM replaces live hackfest with virtual event

ETSI OSM successfully dodged the Coronavirus outbreak hosting a virtual hacking conference that was originally scheduled to take place in Madrid. ETSI OSM, an open source management and orchestration group, cancelled its hackfest that was originally scheduled for March 9-12 opting instead to host it online due to Coronavirus fears. The organization was able to…
Coronavirus, Cybercrime, Malware, Mobile Security, Ransomware, Security News

Password found to rescue victims of malicious COVID-19 tracker app

Members of the IT and cybersecurity communities have successfully obtained a password key for victims of CovidLock Android ransomware, which comes disguised as an app that supposedly helps track cases of the coronavirus, but actually locks users’ phones and demands a ransom in order to restore access. The unlock token has been verified as 4865083501.…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Microsoft issues out-of-band fix for leaked ‘EternalDarkness’ bug

Due to an apparent error in the Microsoft vulnerability disclosure process, news of an unpatched, critical Microsoft Server Message Block (SMB) vulnerability leaked to the public this past Patch Tuesday. In response to this occurrence, Microsoft today issued an out-of-band security update fixing the flaw. If exploited, the bug could result in a wormable remote…
SC Corporate News, Security News

The winners of the 2020 SC Awards Honored in the U.S.

Trust AwardBest Authentication TechnologyForgeRockForgeRock Identity Platform All journeys have a beginning, middle and an end, and it’s the job of the ForgeRock Identity Platform to ensure that every authentication journey, from start to finish, remains safe for the client and easy for the user. The platform’s Intelligent Authentication feature delivers the unique ability to visually map user authentication journeys with a drag-and-drop interface…
Security News, Vulnerabilities

Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday covers 99 CVE, 12 critical with one zero day included

Microsoft’s February Patch Tuesday update was much more extensive then has been the norm with 99 CVEs being revealed with 12 considered critical and one fixing a memory corruption zero day in Internet Explorer that is being exploited in the wild. February is also the first month that Microsoft did not issue a general update…
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APTs/cyberespionage, Election 2016 Cybersecurity Insights, Election Coverage, Government/Defense, Security News

Senate Intel Committee probed Ukraine theory, found no evidence to support

Republican lawmakers like Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., of late may have been pushing the narrative that Ukraine significantly interfered in the 2016 presidential election but a probe by the Senate Intelligence Committee found the widely debunked theory without merit. At one point during its investigation into election meddling and any collusion by either campaign, the…
APTs/cyberespionage, Election 2016 Cybersecurity Insights, Government/Defense, Security News

Sen. Kennedy reverses course, says Russia, not Ukraine hacked DNC

Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., Monday walked back claims he made during an on-air interview that Ukrainians could have been behind the hack of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Clinton campaign during the 2016 presidential election cycle. “I was wrong. The only evidence I have and I think it overwhelming is that it was Russia…
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Malware, Security News

ACBbackdoor trojan designed to hit Linux and Windows systems

Intezer Security has found a new backdoor, ACBackdoor, that has no known connection to an operating threat group creating the possibility it could be a harbinger of a new gang’s formation. ACBackdoor is primarily a Linux malware, but Intezer has spotted a Windows variant and the company believes it was created by an experienced group…
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