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[eBook] Guide to Achieving 24x7 Threat Monitoring and Response for Lean IT Security Teams

If there is one thing the past few years have taught the world, it’s that cybercrime never sleeps. For organizations of any size and scope, having around-the-clock protection for their endpoints, networks, and servers is no longer optional, but it’s also not entirely feasible for many. Attackers are better than ever at slipping in undetected, and threats are constantly evolving.  Teams can’t…

Datum: 8. 12. 2021

Warning: Yet Another Bitcoin Mining Malware Targeting QNAP NAS Devices

Network-attached storage (NAS) appliance maker QNAP on Tuesday released a new advisory warning of a cryptocurrency mining malware targeting its devices, urging customers to take preventive steps with immediate effect. "A bitcoin miner has been reported to target QNAP NAS. Once a NAS is infected, CPU usage becomes unusually high where a process named '[oom_reaper]' could occupy around 50% of the…

Datum: 8. 12. 2021

Eltima SDK Contain Multiple Vulnerabilities Affecting Several Cloud Service Provides

Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed multiple vulnerabilities in a third-party driver software developed by Eltima that have been "unwittingly inherited" by cloud desktop solutions like Amazon Workspaces, Accops, and NoMachine and could provide attackers a path to perform an array of malicious activities. "These vulnerabilities allow attackers to escalate privileges enabling them to disable…

Datum: 7. 12. 2021

SolarWinds Hackers Targeting Government and Business Entities Worldwide

Nobelium, the threat actor attributed to the massive SolarWinds supply chain compromise, has been once again linked to a series of attacks targeting multiple cloud solution providers, services, and reseller companies, as the hacking group continues to refine and retool its tactics at an alarming pace in response to public disclosures. The intrusions, which are being tracked by Mandiant under two…

Datum: 7. 12. 2021

Microsoft Seizes 42 Malicious Web Domains Used By Chinese Hackers

Microsoft on Monday announced the seizure of 42 domains used by a China-based cyber espionage group that set its sights on organizations in the U.S. and 28 other countries pursuant to a legal warrant issued by a federal court in the U.S. state of Virginia. The Redmond company attributed the malicious activities to a group it pursues as Nickel, and by the wider cybersecurity industry under the…

Datum: 7. 12. 2021

Latest Firefox 95 Includes RLBox Sandboxing to Protect Browser from Malicious Code

Mozilla is beginning to roll out Firefox 95 with a new sandboxing technology called RLBox that prevents untrusted code and other security vulnerabilities from causing "accidental defects as well as supply-chain attacks." Dubbed "RLBox" and implemented in collaboration with researchers at the University of California San Diego and the University of Texas, the improved protection mechanism is…

Datum: 7. 12. 2021

Malicious KMSPico Windows Activator Stealing Users' Cryptocurrency Wallets

Users looking to activate Windows without using a digital license or a product key are being targeted by tainted installers to deploy malware designed to plunder credentials and other information in cryptocurrency wallets. The malware, dubbed "CryptBot," is an information stealer capable of obtaining credentials for browsers, cryptocurrency wallets, browser cookies, credit cards, and capturing…

Datum: 6. 12. 2021

Vulnerability Scanning Frequency Best Practices

So you've decided to set up a vulnerability scanning programme, great. That's one of the best ways to avoid data breaches. How often you should run your scans, though, isn't such a simple question. The answers aren't the same for every type of organization or every type of system you're scanning. This guide will help you understand the questions you should be asking and help you come up with the…

Datum: 6. 12. 2021

Hackers Steal $200 Million Worth of Cryptocurrency Tokens from Bitmart Exchange

Cryptocurrency trading platform BitMart has disclosed a "large-scale security breach" that it blamed on a stolen private key, resulting in the theft of more than $150 million in various cryptocurrencies. The breach is said to have impacted two of its hot wallets on the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain and the Binance smart chain (BSC). The company noted that the wallets carried only a "small percentage…

Datum: 6. 12. 2021

14 New XS-Leaks (Cross-Site Leaks) Attacks Affect All Modern Web Browsers

Researchers have discovered 14 new types of cross-site data leakage attacks against a number of modern web browsers, including Tor Browser, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari, and Opera, among others. Collectively known as "XS-Leaks," the browser bugs enable a malicious website to harvest personal data from its visitors as they interact with other websites in the…

Datum: 6. 12. 2021

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