Surveillance Kits Company Slaps Made In America Sticker On Gear, Selling It To The US Government

Surveillance Kits Company Slaps Made In America Sticker On Gear, Selling It To The US Government

Staff was cuffed in a police raid on Thursday at the offices of US surveillance equipment vendor Aventura Technologies. The workers are now facing criminal…

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BlueKeep attacks are happening, but it's not a worm

BlueKeep attacks are happening, but it’s not a worm

Security researchers have spotted the first mass-hacking campaign using the BlueKeep exploit; however, the exploit is not being used as a self-spreading worm, as Microsoft…

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What is a zero-day vulnerability

What is a zero-day vulnerability?

Chances are pretty good you’ve heard the term zero-day vulnerability. The term conjures up images of post-apocalyptic landscapes, where technology has either hit a singularity-level…

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Docker Vulnerability Opens Servers to Container Code

Docker Vulnerability Opens Servers to Container Code

Under very specific conditions, code running in a Docker container could access files anywhere on a server, according to a new CVE. A recently discovered…

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Nearly 60% of businesses suffered a data breach in the past 3 years

Nearly 60% of businesses suffered a data breach in the past 3 years

In the spirit of October being the 16th Annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a recent Bitdefender study outlined the cybersecurity conditions of infosecurity companies across…

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What can you do about the 'unfixable' exploit affecting almost every iPhone and iPad?

What can you do about the ‘unfixable’ exploit affecting almost every iPhone and iPad?

The Checkm8 exploit, described by the security researcher who published it as “a permanent unpatchable bootrom exploit” might be good news for the jailbreaking community…

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Insulin Pumps Recalled By FDA For Cybersecurity Risks

Insulin Pumps Recalled By FDA For Cybersecurity Risks

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning patients and healthcare providers that some insulin pumps carry cybersecurity risks. In an alert published on…

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LastPass Fixes Bug That Leaks Credentials

LastPass Fixes Bug That Leaks Credentials

LastPass has patched a bug that could potentially allow malicious websites to access a web user’s credentials from a previously visited site. Tavis Ormandy, a…

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The NetCAT is out of the bag: Intel chipset exploited to sniff SSH passwords as they're typed over the network

The NetCAT is out of the bag: Intel chipset exploited to sniff SSH passwords as they’re typed over the network

It is possible to discern someone’s SSH password as they type it into a terminal over the network by exploiting an interesting side-channel vulnerability in…

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A new IOT botnet is infecting Android-based set-top boxes

A new IOT botnet is infecting Android-based set-top boxes

A new IoT botnet named Ares is infecting Android-based devices that have left a debug port exposed on the Internet. Among this botnet’s most common…

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