Recent Firefox’s Zero-Day Flaw Was Used in Attacks Against Coinbase’s Employees

Recent Firefox’s Zero-Day Flaw Was Used in Attacks Against Coinbase’s Employees

The recent Firefox’s zero-day security flaw was used in attacks against major crypto exchange and wallet service Coinbase, according to a tweet from Coinbase security…

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Consumers Urged to Junk Insecure IoT Devices

Consumers Urged to Junk Insecure IoT Devices

More than 2 million connected security cameras, baby monitors and other IoT devices have serious vulnerabilities that have been publicly disclosed for more than two…

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Update your Firefox browser now, there’s an emergency patch you’ll want

Update your Firefox browser now, there’s an emergency patch you’ll want

Are you running Firefox version 67.0.3 or Firefox ESR 60.7.1? If the answer is “no,” or you’re not sure, maybe just update your web browser…

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Disgruntled security firm discloses zero-days in Facebook's WordPress plugins

Disgruntled security firm discloses zero-days in Facebook’s WordPress plugins

A US-based cyber-security firm has published details about two zero-days that impact two of Facebook’s official WordPress plugins. The details also include proof-of-concept (PoC) code…

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A backdoor in Optergy tech could remotely shut down a smart building ‘with one click’

A backdoor in Optergy tech could remotely shut down a smart building ‘with one click’

Homeland Security has given the maximum severity score for a vulnerability in a popular smart building automation system. Optergy’s Proton allows building owners and managers…

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Google Confirms Android Smartphone Security Backdoor

Google Confirms Android Smartphone Security Backdoor

Earlier this year, Forbes reported how a banking Trojan called Triada had been found on a bunch of brand new budget Android smartphones. Google has now confirmed…

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New RCE vulnerability impacts nearly half of the internet's email servers

New RCE vulnerability impacts nearly half of the internet’s email servers

A critical remote command execution (RCE) security flaw impacts over half of the Internet’s email servers, security researchers from have revealed today. The vulnerability affects…

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Coronavirus-themed spam surged 14,000% in two weeks says IBM

Coronavirus-themed spam surged 14,000% in two weeks says IBM

Since February, spam exploiting the novel coronavirus has jumped by 4,300% and 14,000% in the past 14 days, according to IBM X-Force, IBM’s threat intelligence…

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Mysterious Hacker Group Eavesdrops On Corporate Email And FTP Traffic

Mysterious Hacker Group Eavesdrops On Corporate Email And FTP Traffic

Since at least early December 2019, a mysterious hacker group has been taking over DrayTek enterprise routers to eavesdrop on FTP and email traffic inside…

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Assume breach is for losers: These steps will stop data breaches

Assume breach is for losers: These steps will stop data breaches

“Assume breach” is the popular computer defense strategy based on the idea that your company is either already breached or could easily be breached by…

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