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March 10, 2020
[ad_1] Microsoft Corp. today released updates to plug more than 100 security holes in its various Windows operating systems and associated software. If you (ab)use Windows, please take a moment to read this post, backup your system(s), and patch your PCs. All told, this patch batch addresses at least 115 security flaws. Twenty-six of those...
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[ad_1] A Philadelphia man was shipped off to a federal penitentiary today after receiving a 20 year prison sentence for trafficking counterfeit drugs that the phony purchased on the dark web with bitcoin, Your Content has learned. What’s more, the doomed man is hated by both the public and prosecution after he gained prison notoriety...
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[ad_1] You’ve assuredly heard this before about ubiquitous surveillance, or perhaps even said it yourself: “If you have nothing to hide, and you’ve done nothing wrong, why should you worry?” Zachary McCoy, of Florida, offers this answer: If you’re innocent, that doesn’t mean you can’t be in the wrong place at the wrong time, like...
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[ad_1] Microsoft Corp. today released updates to plug more than 100 security holes in its various Windows operating systems and associated software. If you (ab)use Windows, please take a moment to read this post, backup your system(s), and patch your PCs. All told, this patch batch addresses at least 115 security flaws. Twenty-six of those...
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[ad_1] Microsoft Corp. today released updates to plug more than 100 security holes in its various Windows operating systems and associated software. If you (ab)use Windows, please take a moment to read this post, backup your system(s), and patch your PCs. All told, this patch batch addresses at least 115 security flaws. Twenty-six of those...
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[ad_1] Top law enforcement and intelligence community officials briefed members of Congress on election security in a pair of panels Tuesday afternoon, telling lawmakers they had “nothing to support” the notion that Russian President Vladimir Putin favored one candidate or another or had ordered actions on any given candidate’s behalf. They said the Russian government’s...
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[ad_1] Google Online Security Blog: How Google Play Protect kept users safe in 2019 Posted by Rahul Mishra, Program Manager, Android Security and Privacy Team Through 2019, Google Play Protect continued to improve the security for 2.5 billion Android devices. Built into Android, Play Protect scans over 100 billion apps every day for malware and...
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[ad_1] Identity-as-a-Service (IDaaS) provides IT teams with a cloud-based toolset necessary for authenticating user access to a variety of resources employed by modern organizations today.  Previously used to federate an existing user identity to only web applications, next-generation IDaaS seeks to authenticate users to all the resources they need. Along with the authentication tasks next-gen...
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[ad_1] Home > Security News > News Archive > Coronavirus Two Exabeam employees who attended the RSA Conference 2020 have been diagnosed with Coronavirus last month. Bloomberg is reporting that one of the workers is 45-years-old engineer who returned home to Connecticut on February 28 and became ill. He was hospitalized and has since been...
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[ad_1] The White House and Congress are considering ways to stimulate the economy to offset measures taken to counter the coronavirus. Perhaps President Donald Trump should first ask his economic team to estimate the costs and benefits of coronavirus countermeasures. The world now has a second experiment to observe. First China’s Hubei province and now...
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[ad_1] The Governor held a Press Conference at 3:00 pm today to address growing concerns of coronavirus in Connecticut. Highlights: *Governor Lamont has declared civil preparedness and public health emergencies. *The Connecticut Insurance Department is notifying travel insurance companies about the emergency declarations and will be monitoring their compliance with the terms of their...
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[ad_1] Debate Over Whether to Pay After Ransomware Attacks The two bills come after some high-profile ransomware attacks in the state over the past two years, including against the Monroe-Woodbury Central School District and libraries across Onondaga County. On Christmas Day 2019, the Albany International Airport was targeted by a cyberattack, rendering the airport inoperable,...
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[ad_1] Malicious actors have been secretly embedding the njRAT remote access trojan in free hacking tools as well as cracks of those tools, in a bid to compromise anyone who downloads this software from various websites and forums. Essentially, this adversary is trying to turn other hackers into victims, taking over their machines for reasons that...
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[ad_1] Remember rowhammer vulnerability? A critical issue affecting modern DRAM (dynamic random access memory) chips that could allow attackers to obtain higher kernel privileges on a targeted system by repeatedly accessing memory cells and induce bit flips. To mitigate Rowhammer vulnerability on the latest DDR4 DRAM, many memory chip manufacturers added some defenses under the...
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[ad_1] Tag CVE Count CVEs Windows Defender 2 CVE-2020-0762, CVE-2020-0763 Microsoft Dynamics 1 CVE-2020-0905 Open Source Software 1 CVE-2020-0872 Windows Diagnostic Hub 1 CVE-2020-0854 Visual Studio 2 CVE-2020-0789, CVE-2020-0884 Microsoft Windows 51 CVE-2020-0684, CVE-2020-0777, CVE-2020-0778, CVE-2020-0779, CVE-2020-0780, CVE-2020-0781, CVE-2020-0783, CVE-2020-0785, CVE-2020-0786, CVE-2020-0787, CVE-2020-0797, CVE-2020-0800, CVE-2020-0801, CVE-2020-0802, CVE-2020-0803, CVE-2020-0804, CVE-2020-0806, CVE-2020-0807, CVE-2020-0808, CVE-2020-0809, CVE-2020-0810, CVE-2020-0840, CVE-2020-0841,...
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[ad_1] In celebration of Women’s History Month, the editors of Solutions Review discussed the current state of women in cybersecurity in 2020. Yet we wanted to do more. March gives us the opportunity to examine the oft-forgotten or erased contributions of women, especially regarding cybersecurity.  Depending on your source, women only compromise 11 to 24...
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[ad_1] Two engineers who reportedly attended last month’s RSA Conference in San Francisco have tested positive for Coronavirus. According to a statement posted on Twitter, the engineers worked for Exabeam, though the company could not confirm “whether they contracted Covid-19 prior to, at or after the conference,” but warned anyone who did come into contact...
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[ad_1] A Manhattan federal jury yesterday failed to reach a verdict on any major charges leveled against Joshua Schulte, a former CIA software engineer from Lubbock, Texas, who was accused of stealing the agency’s hacking tools and delivering them to WikiLeaks for publication. Schulte, 31, was convicted on contempt of court and making false statements,...
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[ad_1] WhatsApp has said its lawsuit against the Israeli spyware maker NSO Group encountered an unusual delay because of a legal holdup involving the government, raising questions about whether Israel will play a role in the company’s case. WhatsApp filed its lawsuit in October, alleging that NSO Group had hacked 1,400 of its users, including...
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[ad_1] Micosoft’s March 2020 Patch Tuesday released saw the company rollout patches for 115 vulnerabilities with 26 rated critical, however, in a rare event Adobe is taking this month off publicizing no updates. This is the second month in a row that Microsoft has busy Patch Tuesday. In February the company patched 99 vulnerabilities, including...
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