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January 14, 2020
Citrix offered new details on patches for its Appliance Delivery Controller and Gateway products as security researchers observed more attacks on honeypots in the wild. Citrix first disclosed the flaw in its ADC and Gateway appliances in mid-December as work first began on developing security fixes. According to an update posted on Saturday, Citrix patches...
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The oil firm Burisma sits at the center of the Venn diagram of two of the Kremlin’s hacking obsessions: It’s in Ukraine, Russia’s favorite playground for all manner of cyberattacks. And it’s at the core of a political controversy that might further divide the US and aid Donald Trump’s reelection campaign. All of that makes...
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Email and data security company Mimecast has acquired Segasec, a provider of digital threat protection.  With this technology, Mimecast customers can better defend against attacks that leverage fake websites and domains for credential harvesting of their customers, employees, partners, and third-party vendors within their supply chains.  Hackers are using sophisticated techniques to target organisations of...
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Home > Security News > Ransomware Following in the footsteps of Maze and Sodinokibi, it appears the makers another malicious encryption program plans to adopt the tactic of publishing data that’s been exfiltrated from targets. According to a BleepingComputer report, Nemty ransomware developers posted on a news feed in its affiliate panel that it intends...
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Network intruders are staying undetected for an average of 95 days, enabling them to target critical systems and more completely disrupt business. More cyberattackers are targeting large companies with stealthier attacks, aiming to significantly disrupt businesses and force them to pay higher ransoms, according to a report summarizing more than 300 breach investigations. The “CrowdStrike...
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The oil & gas company is at the heart of the ongoing US presidential impeachment process. Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian oil & gas company, has been the victim of a phishing campaign that began in early November 2019 and is ongoing. The phishing attack is notable because Burisma is the Ukrainian company at the center...
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Wind River today announced it has acquired Star Lab to enable customers to secure embedded systems running Linux. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, and Star Lab will continue to operate as a subsidiary of Wind River. As more devices running Linux are connected to the internet, Wind River CEO Jim Douglas said a...
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A group of bipartisan senators on Tuesday introduced legislation to help create alternatives to Chinese firm Huawei in the rollout of 5G wireless technology, amid administration pressure on the telecommunications company. The Utilizing Strategic Allied (USA) Telecommunications Act, sponsored by lawmakers including Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard BurrRichard Mauze BurrVoting machine vendors to testify on election...
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Network intruders are staying undetected for an average of 95 days, enabling them to target critical systems and more completely disrupt business. More cyberattackers are targeting large companies with stealthier attacks, aiming to significantly disrupt businesses and force them to pay higher ransoms, according to a report summarizing more than 300 breach investigations. The “CrowdStrike...
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Do you know what you were doing 3736 days ago? We do! (To be clear, lest that sound creepy, we know what we were doing, not what you were doing.) Admittedly, we didn’t remember all on our own – we needed the inexorable memory of the internet to help us recall what happened on 22...
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How prepared is the energy sector for an escalating attack surface in the operating technology environment? Here are five trends to watch. The new year is shaping up to be a year of giant leaps for cybersecurity and the energy sector. The escalation of attacks brought us to a tipping point in 2019. Across the...
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After Adobe today releases its first Patch Tuesday updates for 2020, Microsoft has now also published its January security advisories warning billions of users of new vulnerabilities in its various products. What’s so special about the latest Patch Tuesday is that one of the updates fixes a serious flaw in the core cryptographic component of...
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Mining the sea floor for precious metals such as zinc and cobalt could lead to ‘irreversible’ damage to marine ecosystems, scientists warn. Demand for battery powered devices such as electric cars has created a drive to mine the cobalt rich seabed, say researchers from Bigelow Lab for Ocean Sciences. Experts at the Maine, New England research...
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What is the greatest cyber threat that the United States is facing today? Most headlines today are focused on nation-state hackers with a political agenda. Russia, for example, has been implicated in penetrating the servers of the Democratic and Republican National Committees, along with social media influence campaigns to affect the outcome of political elections....
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Declaring a shooting last fall at a Pensacola naval base a terrorist act, Attorney General William Barr struck a familiar chord – pressing Apple for help unlocking iPhones associated with the investigation of the incident. Barr assailed the phone maker for not having “given any substantive assistance” as authorities try to obtain data on two damaged...
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For historical reasons, we were a strong VMS shop. Before they imploded, Digital Equipment treated EDU’s very kindly, offering extremely good pricing on software in exchange for hardware adoption. In essence, a college could get an unlimited right to use a whole suite of Digital Equipment software for a nominal annual fee, and Digital had...
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Graham Cluley Security News is sponsored this week by the folks at LastPass. Thanks to the great team there for their support! LastPass has analyzed over 47,000 businesses to bring you insights into security behavior worldwide. The report helps you explore changes in password security practices worldwide, and see where businesses are still putting themselves...
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Posted by Maya Kaczorowski, Product Manager, Container Security and Aaron Small, Product Manager, GKE On-Prem Security At Google, we care deeply about the security of open-source projects, as they’re such a critical part of our infrastructure—and indeed everyone’s. Today, the Cloud-Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced a new bug bounty program for Kubernetes that we helped...
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The intelligence in this week’s iteration discuss the following threats: APTs, Credential theft, Iran, Malware, Ransomware, and Vulnerabilities. The IOCs related to these stories are attached to the Community Threat Briefing and can be used to check your logs for potential malicious activity. Figure 1: IOC Summary Charts.  These charts summarize the IOCs attached to this magazine and provide...
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