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CAA check failure prompts recall of three million certs Let’s Encrypt has warned that it needs to replace more than three million digital certificates that were compromised as the result of a Certificate Authority Authorization (CAA) bug. Around 2.6% of the more than 116 million active certificates issued by Let’s Encrypt were affected by the...
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Canadian province may set country’s future privacy standard The French-Canadian province of Quebec has announced plans to modernize its privacy legislation in a move that would bring it more in line with GDPR.  Quebec currently enforces its citizens’ data privacy rights under the Act respecting the protection of personal information in the private sector, or...
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Emma Woollacott 02 March 2020 at 15:00 UTC Updated: 03 March 2020 at 07:36 UTC US pilot programs lay the groundwork for a healthy workforce Following five successful pilot programs, the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released a roadmap for tackling the cybersecurity workforce shortage using a regional approach. According...
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With servers reportedly being probed en masse, ZDI has advised sysadmins to patch ASAP System administrators are being urged to promptly update their Microsoft Exchange Server software amid warnings that a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability might soon be exploited in the wild. As outlined in a recent security advisory from Microsoft, the vulnerability (CVE-2020-0688)...
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New web targets for the discerning hacker Global awareness of hackers continued to ramp up throughout the month of February, with the launch of new and improved bug bounty programs and the realization that some heroes wear… black hoodies. That was the feeling, at least, in the French city of Lille, which hosted a two-day...
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Detection rate of adversarial attacks rises by 150% Google has stepped up its efforts to apply machine learning techniques in order to further protect Gmail users from malicious documents. During a presentation at the RSA Conference, Google’s Elie Bursztein explained how the tech giant detects threats throughout the Gmail ecosystem. Gmail uses multiple detection approaches...
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IntSights report highlights ‘cultural acceptance of cybercrime as an alternative way to make money’ Widespread adoption of digital technology in Latin America alongside government corruption and organized crime has resulted in a dangerous environment for e-commerce operators. According to a new study by threat intel firm IntSights, companies across the region are “struggling to keep up...
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Insecure module opened the door for attackers to hijack payments Security researchers have developed a proof-of-concept attack that exploits a recently patched vulnerability involving a plugin for Magento, the widely used e-commerce platform. Lack of origin authentication in the CardGate Payments plugin made it possible for an attacker to change plugin settings, such as the...
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Adam Bannister 25 February 2020 at 16:10 UTC Updated: 25 February 2020 at 16:18 UTC Private program for Cybermalveillance.gouv.fr set to go public sometime in April Rewards for high risk and critical flaws found in a French government website that supports cyber-attack victims are set to double when its bug bounty program goes public...
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Emma Woollacott 24 February 2020 at 15:44 UTC Updated: 24 February 2020 at 15:53 UTC Breach reports rise sharply, but country has growing backlog of Big Tech data handling enquiries Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC) handled thousands of data breach reports during GDPR’s first full calendar year in force, but is yet to conclude...
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James Walker 21 February 2020 at 11:56 UTC Updated: 21 February 2020 at 17:49 UTC Rewards of up to $10,000 on offer for vulnerabilities discovered in open source library Developers at imToken, a popular cryptocurrency wallet, have launched a new bug bounty program covering the TokenCoreX library that underpins the application. Written in Rust,...
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Citrix flags five-month-long breach; Israeli soldiers catfished by fake apps; and a Dever ransomware infection is forensically examined  Citrix’s nightmare start to 2020 continued this week, after the networking giant admitted that intruders roamed its networks for five months between 2018 and 2019. Attackers – believed to be Iranian-backed – snaffled the personal and financial...
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James Walker 21 February 2020 at 15:38 UTC Updated: 21 February 2020 at 15:50 UTC Security alert follows ‘more than a dozen’ ransomware incidents over recent weeks Switzerland’s Computer Emergency Response Team (GovCERT) has issued its second ransomware warning in less than 12 months, in a further effort to stop businesses from falling victim...
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Emma Woollacott 20 February 2020 at 16:21 UTC Updated: 20 February 2020 at 16:25 UTC First-of-its-kind collaboration will see global telcos share malware samples and IOCs Telco Security Alliance members AT&T, Singtel, and Telefónica are now sharing threat intelligence and indicators of compromise (IoCs) to help fight global attack campaigns that are launched against...
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Cybercriminals have been sabotaging trusted brands for years ProtonVPN is the latest vendor in a list of cybersecurity software providers that have had their names abused by threat actors in order to spread malware. Kaspersky researcher Dmitry Bestuzhev said on Tuesday (February 18) that the AZORult Trojan, a data-stealer first discovered on underground Russian forums...
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Fraudulent emails ask for sensitive personal data and include malicious links and attachments The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that it is being impersonated by cybercriminals in a phishing campaign that exploits anxieties surrounding the latest coronavirus outbreak. In a recently posted security alert, the WHO said the offending emails ask recipients to hand...
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Adam Bannister 17 February 2020 at 14:57 UTC Updated: 17 February 2020 at 15:14 UTC Malicious social media posts said to have been viewed more than 200,000 times Cybercriminals have manipulated footage from Russian news broadcasters as part of a phishing campaign, conducted via Instagram, that purports to offer Russian citizens a one-off government payment....
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Security conference was due to open its doors in Singapore next month The upcoming Black Hat Asia security conference has been postponed due to ongoing concerns surrounding the latest coronavirus outbreak, event organizer Informa has confirmed. “After careful consideration of the health and safety of our attendees and partners, we have made the difficult decision...
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Cryptocurrency tumbler service ‘Helix’ said to have laundered more than $300m over four-year period An Ohio resident has been arrested and charged for his alleged role in the operation of ‘Helix’, a darknet-based bitcoin laundering service. According to the US Department of Justice (DoJ), Larry Harmon, 36, of Akron was charged on February 11 with...
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Charges against China over Equifax; the Swiss break their neutrality; and the hackers that continue to shape cybersecurity US prosecutors dropped a legal bombshell this week (Feb 10) with charges against four members of the Chinese military over the 2017 Equifax hack. The accusations – strenuously denied by the Chinese authorities – calls into question...
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