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March 23, 2020
Attackers are exploiting unpatched Windows zero day flaws, Microsoft said in a Monday security advisory. The company said “limited targeted attacks” could leverage two unpatched remote code executive (RCE) vulnerabilities in Windows “when the Windows Adobe Type Manager Library improperly handles a specially crafted multi-master font – Adobe Type 1 PostScript format.” Among the ways...
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico school districts, universities, and government agencies have collectively spent millions of dollars to regain control of their computer systems after employees unknowingly opened emails containing an encrypted code that effectively shut them out of their systems. The ransomware attacks occurred between January 2018 and February 2020, and have put school...
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New York, March 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Global Deep Learning Industry” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05798338/?utm_source=GNW 8%. The shifting dynamics supporting this growth makes it critical for businesses in this space to keep abreast of the changing pulse of the market. Poised to reach over US$3.5 Billion by the year...
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As COVID-19 cases have further spread over the past few weeks, our team has come across new lures that target an individual’s fear of coronavirus as it relates to their health insurance coverage. Both examples lead to malicious sites that attempt to steal Microsoft Office 365 login credentials. We are providing ongoing updates on coronavirus-themed...
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WASHINGTON/LONDON (Reuters) – Elite hackers tried to break into the World Health Organization earlier this month, sources told Reuters, part of what a senior agency official said was a more than two-fold increase in cyberattacks. Traffic passes the Regional Office for the Americas of the World Health Organization (WHO) during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak...
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The man with the deepest pockets of all. Photo: Matias J. Ocner/TNS via Getty Images Millions of Americans are worried about keeping their jobs and their pre-pandemic wage and salary levels as the coronavirus rages. But few of them can cite a legal and moral claim on continued pay from the man with the deepest...
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Every so often, podcasts and such will invite me to speak on a variety of topics. And this week, I was very excited to join @cktricky and @sethlaw on the Absolute AppSec podcast. I have known Ken for years, and he is one of the people that I admire. So not only was it cool...
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The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has led many businesses and organizations to shut down across the globe but the same can’t be said for cybercriminals who have used the crisis as a means to profit. New research from Check Point has revealed that malware distribution kits are spreading even faster on the dark web as hackers...
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TribLIVE’s Daily and Weekly email newsletters deliver the news you want and information you need, right to your inbox. About a minute ago The dirty rotten crooks. While the rest of the world is doing its best to sacrifice to beat an unseen biological virus, cyberscammers are trying to attack us with a variety of...
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Authored by: Gage Mele, Parthiban R., Ryan Robinson, and Tara Gould The Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) Are Known but the Content Is Coronavirus-Themed Overview Threat actors are utilizing the global spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) to conduct malicious activity. As the world responds to this threat in various ways, actors are attempting to use the...
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While no one can predict the longer-term global impact of COVID-19, the immediate changes to our daily lives are apparent, specifically – homeworking. Indeed, the advice from almost every Government is unanimous – work from home if you can. The concept of working remotely is nothing new, around 4 million UK employees currently do this...
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There is no available patch for the vulnerabilities, which Microsoft says exist in all supported versions of Windows. Microsoft today posted an advisory to inform users of active attacks targeting unpatched flaws in Adobe Type Manager Library. The vulnerabilities affect all supported versions of Windows. Two remote code execution vulnerabilities exist in Microsoft Windows when...
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Business email compromises cost the economy billions of dollars. Experts have advice on how to stop them from hitting you for millions at a pop. (image by maho, via Adobe Stock) According to the FBI, business email compromises (BECs) were the most economically damaging cyber crimes of 2019, responsible for more than $1.7 billion in...
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Employees are being sent home across the country as concerns of the new coronavirus continue to spread, leaving many offices and businesses empty. Some of the world’s largest companies – Facebook, Google, Twitter and Ford – are asking employees to work from home, and local businesses are beginning to make the shift. With governments calling...
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In December 2018, KrebsOnSecurity looked at how dozens of U.S. political campaigns, cities and towns had paid a shady company called Web Listings Inc. after receiving what looked like a bill for search engine optimization (SEO) services rendered on behalf of their domain names. The story concluded that this dubious service had been scamming people...
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The hack of an FSB contractor has exposed details of the Russian intelligence agency’s cyber weapons program aimed at exploiting vulnerabilities in IoT devices. Digital Revolution, a Russian hacking group, has claimed credit for the April 2019 breach of subcontractor ODT (Oday) LLC, which was working with frequent Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs contractor InformInvestGroup...
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Charleston City Paper, in South Carolina, described the outbreak as a “storm of a disease.” Pittsburgh City Paper, using a local insult, referred to the crisis as a “jagoff.” Submerge Magazine in Sacramento wrote that the coronavirus “is poised to decimate” the publication. Indy Week in Durham, N.C., likened it to an earthquake that has...
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A new (published February 24th, 2020) study – targeting web browser chattiness and privacy (whatever may be left, i.e.). Comprised of highly detailed data, and authored by Professor Douglas J. Leith PhD, School of Computer Science & Statistics, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland (Eire) is our Highly Recommended Monday Must Read. *** This is a Security...
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Microsoft today issued a new security advisory warning billions of Windows users of two new critical, unpatched zero-day vulnerabilities that could let hackers remotely take complete control over targeted computers. According to Microsoft, both unpatched flaws are being used in limited, targeted attacks and impact all supported versions of the Windows operating system—including Windows 10,...
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The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has issued a public service announcement warning citizens to watch out for email-based fraud and malware schemes that take advantage of the coronavirus pandemic. Among the scams to look out for are emails purporting to contain helpful information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and...
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