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February 13, 2020
[ad_1] Mozilla’s own “patch Tuesday” for Firefox happened this week. Rather than patching once a calendar month, Mozilla goes for every sixth Tuesday – or every 42 days, which we call Fortytwosday in a hat-tip to HHGttG. This update takes the regular build of Firefox to 73.0, while the long-term release, which includes security fixes...
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[ad_1] Israeli cyber threat intelligence company Sixgill, which monitors the deep and dark web, has raised $15 million in a second funding round, the company announced earlier this week. The round was led by Portugal-based growth stage investor Sonae IM, the technology investment arm of Sonae Group and global venture capital partnership REV Venture Partners,...
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[ad_1] Remote access is critical to any enterprise. However, not all remote access platforms are created equal. Access granted to employees that work offsite is very different than access provided to third parties or vendors. Security is essential in both types of access, but managing remote access for external players should include increased protection protocols...
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[ad_1] We were recently contacted by a website owner about some malicious injected spam links that were being indexed by Google’s search engine crawler Googlebot. What was especially frustrating for the website owner was that these spammy links were not being loaded on the website when viewing it from a variety of devices — making...
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[ad_1] Towards the end of last month, the British government announced that Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei would be allowed to participate in the creation of the UK’s fifth-generation broadband telecommunications network, despite strong lobbying from the US government to exclude Huawei. However, for national security reasons, Huawei has been designated by the British as a...
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[ad_1] Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. It’s official, straight from the Valve Twitter account. Half-Life: Alyx is coming out on March 23. More than a decade after the last official installment of the series, we’ll...
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[ad_1] ROANOKE, Va. – February is the season of love, but it can also be the season of scams if you aren’t careful. Romance scammers use the promise of love to eventually swindle people like Diane Standish out of their money. “He had me at ‘It’s a match,’” Standish said. “Four months into it, and...
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[ad_1] What happens when understaffed security teams at home and abroad are sequestered in physical quarantine zones? (image by Romolo Tavani, via Adobe Stock) Cyberattackers are barraging businesses with phishing lures touting fake info about the Coronavirus. And although the lures may be fake, the security and business continuity threats that some IT departments are...
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[ad_1] The Apple ecosystem has long been considered the safer environment compared to Windows when it comes to being targeted by cyberattacks, but that is no longer necessarily the case. Almost twice as many attacks were recorded against Mac endpoints in 2019 compared to those running Windows, Malwarebytes revealed in its 2020 State of Malware...
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[ad_1] On Monday, Vice’s Motherboard broke yet another story revealing the extent to which companies are monetizing their users. Reporter Joseph Cox’s investigation revealed how Edison, an email productivity app, is scraping users’ personal inboxes for purchase receipts and shipment tracking updates. Using this data, the company can figure out what you’re interested in buying...
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[ad_1] Florida has had its share of election incidents – in 2000 results of the presidential election hung by a chad. But in 2016, weeks before the heated presidential tussle, it seems, miscreants launched a ransomware attack on the West Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office. Elections Supervisor Wendy Sartory Link told The Palm...
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[ad_1] Home > Security News A patch released this week for WordPress GDPR Cookie Consent plugin used by more than 700,000 websites fixed critical vulnerabilities that would let attackers change and delete content as well as inject malicious JavaScript code. The GDPR Cookie Consent plugin aids sites in complying with EU GDPR/Cookie Law regulations and...
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[ad_1] In life, change is inevitable but in business change is vital. For success in the digital world, you need the latest technology and the ability to reach people in innovative ways to get an edge over your competitors. Technology trends can indicate new markets and even give rise to new methods to be the...
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[ad_1] Peer-to-peer botnets, TCP reflection attacks, and increased activity on Sundays are three DDoS attack trends from last quarter. The number of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks nearly doubled between the fourth quarter of 2018 and fourth quarter of 2019, researchers found in a new study of DDoS trends. Last quarter brought an increase in the...
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[ad_1] What makes an application “cloud native” and what’s so different about protecting these kinds of apps? Ultimately, the answer lies in how cloud native applications are not as tightly bound to the infrastructure as traditional on-premise, monolithic applications. Read on to learn more about how this shift is changing how security leaders think about...
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[ad_1] I asked cybersecurity experts to name the hackers who have had the biggest impact, good or bad, across the years. This is the result. Defining a hacker is almost guaranteed to kick off the kind of impassioned debate you might ordinarily associate with sports team rivalry. For this article, however, I deliberately backed away...
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[ad_1] Home > Security News > Cybercrime Researchers have observed a new malware campaign that’s been targeting the U.S., Argentina, Brazil and Costa Rica with an updated variant of the Loda RAT remote access trojan. In a company blog post on Wednesday, Cisco Talos said that since at least the last quarter of 2019, the...
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[ad_1] A new set of indictments adds conspiracy to violate RICO statutes to a list of existing charges against the Chinese telecommunications giant. Huawei, the world’s largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer, and two of its US subsidiaries have been charged in federal court with conspiracy to violate the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). The...
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[ad_1] Apple is reportedly planning to reopen its five Beijing stores on February 14th, albeit with limited hours, via Reuters. The stores will be the first to reopen in China since Apple closed all of its retail stores on February 1st due to concerns about the coronavirus. The company’s five Beijing stores — Sanlitun, Apple...
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by Joe Panettieri • Feb 13, 2020 Each business day, MSSP Alert broadcasts a quick lineup of news, analysis and chatter from across that managed security services provider ecosystem. The Content: Written for MSSPs, SOC as a Service (SOCaaS), Managed Detection and Response (MDR) and MSP security providers — and those who need to partner up...
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