Archives for September, 2019
Flaw in National Security Agency's Ghidra reverse-engineering tools allows hackers to execute code in vulnerable systems.
New legislation has been approved by the U.S. senate aimed at protecting local cities and schools from ransomware attacks.
A fix has been issued for a critical Exim flaw that could lead to servers crashing or remote code execution attacks being launched.
A new BootROM exploit - which is unpatchable - potentially opens the door to jailbreaks, a researcher said.
The malware harvests data, steals cryptocurrency and drops additional malware, while masquerading as a Fortnite aimbot and more.
Lawsuit alleges Dunkin' Donuts failed to act fast enough to notify and protect customers and is in violation of New York State data breach notification laws.
This data-harvesting tool is perfect for the deep well of low-skilled adversaries looking to make their cybercrime mark.
In total, Microsoft has now blocked 142 file extensions that it deems as at risk or that are typically sent as malicious attachments in emails.
The malware landscape continues to evolve with the re-emergence of the GandCrab operators and a continued spearphishing attack spreading the LookBack RAT.