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Go Programming Gains Popularity as GitHub Provides Security Features.
July 28, 2021

Go Programming Gains Popularity as GitHub Provides Security Features.

Go module’s popularity increasing largely. The Go programming module has been given an update by GitHub in the form of a new supply chain. This supply chain deals with the security updates for the module to make it better. On July 22 the product manager of GitHub; William Bartholomew issuedRead More
Journalists and Politicians Targeted Globally with Pegasus Spyware
July 19, 2021

Journalists and Politicians Targeted Globally with Pegasus Spyware

Heads of state, activists, and lawyers spied online A sweeping investigation of a data leak containing more than 50,000 phone numbers has exposed widespread abuse of “military-grade spyware” developed by the Israeli company NSO Group, which has been used to monitor journalists, activists, and lawyers around the world. This investigation,Read More
Interpol Arrests Dr. HeX, Moroccan Hacker Responsible for Cyberattacks
July 8, 2021

Interpol Arrests Dr. HeX, Moroccan Hacker Responsible for Cyberattacks

a cybersecurity firm published a report regarding Dr. HeX In a phishing and credit card, fraud scheme aimed at telecom and multinational corporations in France, law enforcement authorities has apprehended an alleged threat actor involved in targeting thousands of unwitting victims over several years. Interpol and other law enforcement agenciesRead More
Ireland and UK in “Close Cooperation” Against Cyberthreat to Ireland’s Energy
July 6, 2021

Ireland and UK in “Close Cooperation” Against Cyberthreat to Ireland’s Energy

Ireland’s telecom, energy & transport sectors under cyber threat The UK’s top cyber official has alarmed Irish telecom, energy, and transportation infrastructure of the growing cyber threats that continue to threaten them while acknowledging the UK’s ongoing close cooperation with Ireland. During a remote appearance at an Institute of InternationalRead More
Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Found Sneaking in All Microsoft Machines
July 6, 2021

Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Found Sneaking in All Microsoft Machines

Microsoft confirms that threat is present in all machines EHN previously reported that Microsoft had identified the latest bug of the Press Spooler Bugs in CVE-2021-34527, named “Print Nightmare,” which is lurking in all Microsoft variants. Tencent Security researchers had recently discovered the bug, which has been in the longRead More
Afghan Government is Targeted by the IndigoZebra APT Hacking Campaign
July 2, 2021

Afghan Government is Targeted by the IndigoZebra APT Hacking Campaign

APT hackers are attacking the Afghan government with malware A security researcher has warned of a possible espionage campaign directed against the government of Afghanistan, coordinated by a Chinese-speaking threat actor, which may be as old as 2014. Researchers at Check Point Research attribute the intrusions to an APT hackingRead More
Microsoft Admitted to Signing a Driver that Turned Out to Be a Malware
June 30, 2021

Microsoft Admitted to Signing a Driver that Turned Out to Be a Malware

Microsoft signed a threat actor unintentionally recently A malicious network filter rootkit named Netfilter was signed by Microsoft Admitted earlier this month, leading to the discovery of a driver called Netfilter is actually a threat actor. Immediately following his discovery of the rootkit, Kristen Hahn, a malware analyst with GRead More
Over 200k Windows System Abused by a Malware to Extort $2 Million
June 29, 2021

Over 200k Windows System Abused by a Malware to Extort $2 Million

Crackonosh is distributed using copies of a popular software warez On Thursday, the researchers at Avast published a report detailing the discovery of cryptocurrency mining malware targeting Windows Safe mode and generating over 9,000 Monero coins (evaluated at around $2 million today) through the compromise of more than 222,000 WindowsRead More
Cybersecurity Experts Identified a Critical Flaw in SonicWall VPN Appliances
June 25, 2021

Cybersecurity Experts Identified a Critical Flaw in SonicWall VPN Appliances

memory leak vulnerability discovered in SonicWall VPN Despite having been patched last year, SonicWall VPN appliances have now been found to contain a critical vulnerability, resulting in an unrecognized memory leak flaw that could allow a remote attacker to access sensitive information. SonicOS patched this shortcoming on June 22. ItRead More
Businesses Lost $1.8 Billion Through BES Attacks in 2021
June 24, 2021

Businesses Lost $1.8 Billion Through BES Attacks in 2021

Businesses Lost $1.8 Billion Through BES Attacks in 2021 Attacks on businesses via business email compromise (BEC) increased dramatically in 2020, with over $1.8 billion being stolen in one year alone. Cybercriminals target companies by impersonating people inside the company or pretending to be partners or vendors in order toRead More
Middle Eastern APT Comes Out of Hibernation
June 23, 2021

Middle Eastern APT Comes Out of Hibernation

TA042 launches cyber attack on Middle Eastern Governments After laying low for two months, an advanced persistent-threat organization hailing from the Middle East has resumed its malicious operations and is now initiating cyber-attacks on the government bodies in the Middle East. Its targets are influential government institutions associated with theRead More
Vulnerable Anti-virus Programs of Android
June 23, 2021

Vulnerable Anti-virus Programs of Android

Android Devices susceptible to malware attacks A study conducted by a group of academics has concluded that anti-virus programs for Android remain susceptible to malware attacks, thus posing a serious risk to the security of Android users. As malicious actors continue to develop their toolkits, the vulnerability of android anti-virusRead More
Andariel Group Suspected to be Behind Malware Attacks on South Korean Entities
June 17, 2021

Andariel Group Suspected to be Behind Malware Attacks on South Korean Entities

home network service and media sectors victim of malware attack The malware campaign that was detected earlier this year targeting South Korea has been attributed to Andariel, a nation-state hacking group out of North Korea. This again proves that Lazarus’ attackers are on top of the latest trends, and theyRead More
Newest Malware Technique Identified by the Name “process ghosting.”
June 17, 2021

Newest Malware Technique Identified by the Name “process ghosting.”

Process Ghosting surreptitiously hack a Windows system Security researchers have discovered a new attack known as “Process Ghosting” that uses malicious code to tamper with an executable image and enable an attacker to execute malicious code on a Windows system stealthfully. According to Elastic Security researcher Gabriel Landau, an attackerRead More
Researchers Unveil ThroughTek Flaw that Hackers Used as a Backdoor
June 16, 2021

Researchers Unveil ThroughTek Flaw that Hackers Used as a Backdoor

widely used software ThoughTek identified with a vulnerability In an advisory published Tuesday, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) detailed a critical software supply-chain vulnerability affecting ThroughTek’s software development kit (SDK). An adversary could exploit this vulnerability to gain improper access to audio and video streams. CISA statedRead More
Is the Cyber Punk 2077 Plot Leaked Online?
June 14, 2021

Is the Cyber Punk 2077 Plot Leaked Online?

CD projekt alleged something about its leak The game developer of Cyber punk 2077 CD projekt alleges that the hacked data is being distributed online but still they haven’t figured the actual details of the information. What is the behind story? Earlier in this year, it faced a ransomware attack,Read More
India’s National Carrier Faces a Second Cyberattack in Months
June 14, 2021

India’s National Carrier Faces a Second Cyberattack in Months

Indian airline once again targeted by Chinese hackers New research had revealed that at the same time as Air India was the victim of a massive data breach the month before, the airline appeared to have suffered a separate cyber assault that lasted at least two months and 26 days.Read More
GitHub Discovered a Rather Easy to Exploit Vulnerability in Linux
June 14, 2021

GitHub Discovered a Rather Easy to Exploit Vulnerability in Linux

unprivileged actor can breach Linux with a few commands Researchers at GitHub Security Lab have discovered a flaw in Linux that has the ability to be exploited to grant root-level access to targeted systems. This vulnerability was revealed by Kevin Backhouse, a researcher at GitHub. Polkit, a system service commonlyRead More
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