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Cisco Reissues Patches for Critical Bugs in Jabber Video Conferencing Software

Cisco has once again fixed four previously disclosed critical bugs in its Jabber video conferencing and messaging app that were inadequately addressed, leaving its users susceptible to remote attacks. The vulnerabilities, if successfully exploited, could allow an authenticated, remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on target systems by sending specially-crafted chat messages in group…

Datum: 10. 12. 2020

Valve's Steam Server Bugs Could've Let Hackers Hijack Online Games

Critical flaws in a core networking library powering Valve's online gaming functionality could have allowed malicious actors to remotely crash games and even take control over affected 3rd-party game servers. "An attacker could remotely crash an opponent's game client to force a win or even perform a 'nuclear rage quit' and crash the Valve game server to end the game completely," Check Point…

Datum: 10. 12. 2020

AWS, Cisco, and CompTIA Exam Prep — Get 22 Courses for $4.50 Each

You don't need a college degree to get a well-paid job in IT. But technical recruiters do expect to see key certifications on your résumé.  If you would like to improve your chances of getting hired, "The 2021 All-In-One AWS, Cisco & CompTIA Super Certification Bundle" is worth your attention. This mammoth collection of courses helps you prepare for a long list of certification exams, including…

Datum: 10. 12. 2020

48 U.S. States and FTC are suing Facebook for illegal monopolization

The US Federal Trade Commission and a coalition of 48 state attorneys general on Wednesday filed a pair of sweeping antitrust suits against Facebook, alleging that the company abused its power in the marketplace to neutralize competitors through its acquisitions of Instagram and WhatsApp and depriving users of better privacy-friendly alternatives. "Facebook has engaged in a systematic strategy —…

Datum: 10. 12. 2020

Russian APT28 Hackers Using COVID-19 as Bait to Deliver Zebrocy Malware

A Russian threat actor known for its malware campaigns has reappeared in the threat landscape with yet another attack leveraging COVID-19 as phishing lures, once again indicating how adversaries are adept at repurposing the current world events to their advantage. Linking the operation to a sub-group of APT28 (aka Sofacy, Sednit, Fancy Bear, or STRONTIUM), cybersecurity firm Intezer said the…

Datum: 9. 12. 2020

Amnesia:33 — Critical TCP/IP Flaws Affect Millions of IoT Devices

Cybersecurity researchers disclosed a dozen new flaws in multiple widely-used embedded TCP/IP stacks impacting millions of devices ranging from networking equipment and medical devices to industrial control systems that could be exploited by an attacker to take control of a vulnerable system. Collectively called "AMNESIA:33" by Forescout researchers, it is a set of 33 vulnerabilities that impact…

Datum: 9. 12. 2020

Cybersecurity Firm FireEye Got Hacked; Red-Team Pentest Tools Stolen

FireEye, one of the largest cybersecurity firms in the world, said on Tuesday it became a victim of a state-sponsored attack by a "highly sophisticated threat actor" that stole its arsenal of Red Team penetration testing tools it uses to test the defenses of its customers. The company said it's actively investigating the breach in coordination with the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)…

Datum: 9. 12. 2020

Microsoft Releases Windows Update (Dec 2020) to Fix 58 Security Flaws

Microsoft on Tuesday released fixes for 58 newly discovered security flaws spanning as many as 11 products and services as part of its final Patch Tuesday of 2020, effectively bringing their CVE total to 1,250 for the year. Of these 58 patches, nine are rated as Critical, 46 are rated as Important, and three are rated Moderate in severity. The December security release addresses issues in…

Datum: 9. 12. 2020

WARNING — Critical Remote Hacking Flaws Affect D-Link VPN Routers

Some widely sold D-Link VPN router models have been found vulnerable to three new high-risk security vulnerabilities, leaving millions of home and business networks open to cyberattacks—even if they are secured with a strong password. Discovered by researchers at Digital Defense, the three security shortcomings were responsibly disclosed to D-Link on August 11, which, if exploited, could allow…

Datum: 8. 12. 2020

Download: How XDR Platforms Are Changing The Game For Ransomware Protection

There seems to be a new ransomware story every day - a new ransomware attack, a new ransomware technique, criminals not providing encryption keys after receiving ransom payments, private data being publicly released by ransomware attackers—it never ends. Just last month, the FBI, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)…

Datum: 8. 12. 2020

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