Category: Security

Over 30 Countries Pledge to Fight Ransomware Attacks in US-led Global Meeting

Representatives from the U.S., the European Union, and 30 other countries pledged to mitigate the risk of ransomware and harden the financial system from exploitation with the goal of disrupting the ecosystem, calling it an “escalating global security threat with...

/ October 18, 2021

Cloud security is an ongoing struggle to keep sensitive data safe. Is it getting any easier?

report [PDF], 36% of the companies surveyed confirmed they experienced cloud data leaks in 2020. An overwhelming 83% confirmed they believed their organization was likely to be the victim of a cybercrime.  What has changed since? Have businesses found new...

/ October 17, 2021

New Google Dorks List Collection for SQL Injection – SQL Dorks 2021

Google helps you with Google Dorks to find Vulnerable Websites that Indexed in Google Search Results. Here is the latest collection of Google SQL dorks. More than a million of people searching for google dorks for various purposes for database...

/ October 17, 2021

Russian APT Hackers Attacking Financial Organizations With Weaponized Excel Document

The security company Morphisec has recently detected a malicious campaign named as MirrorBlast, and through this attack, the Russian hackers are targeting the financial organizations with weaponized Excel documents. Here the hackers use the Microsoft Office macros to affect machines,...

/ October 16, 2021

Minecraft declared the most malware-infected game

bait gamers. New Survey Reveals Startling Details Atlas VPN researchers created a list of the most-targeted games both for mobile and PC. Minecraft topped the chart on both platforms. According to the researcher, nearly 184,887 players were impacted on PC...

/ October 16, 2021

CISA – Ransomware targeted SCADA systems of 3 US water facilities

Employee PC hacked via TeamViewer in attempted water supply poisoning The alert revealed that three industrial control systems (ICS) at water facilities in the US had been impacted by ransomware attacks in the past two years. “The ransomware variant had...

/ October 15, 2021

Attackers Behind Trickbot Expanding Malware Distribution Channels

The operators behind the pernicious TrickBot malware have resurfaced with new tricks that aim to increase its foothold by expanding its distribution channels, ultimately leading to the deployment of ransomware such as Conti. The threat actor, tracked under the monikers...

/ October 15, 2021

Ad-Blocking Chrome Extension Caught Injecting Ads in Google Search Pages

A new deceptive ad injection campaign has been found leveraging an ad blocker extension for Google Chrome and Opera web browsers to sneakily insert ads and affiliate codes on websites, according to new research from cybersecurity firm Imperva. The findings...

/ October 15, 2021

OpenSea vulnerability allowed crypto stealing with malicious NFTs

Researchers investigated the issue in OpenSea after an increase in complaints about receiving and opening free airdropped NFTs to steal user funds. The IT security researchers at Check Point identified critical security vulnerabilities in OpenSea (OpenSea.io – the highly popular...

/ October 14, 2021

How Trustpilot Manages Risk by Working with Ethical Hackers

Trustpilot, a cloud-first company with little physical infrastructure, relies on external security testing to ensure its products are resilient to cyberattacks. During a Fireside Chat, Stu explained why he believes combining a continuous bug bounty program and point-in-time security assessments...

/ October 14, 2021

What’s a Vulnerability Disclosure Program & Do You Need One?

What Is a Vulnerability Disclosure Program? A VDP is a structured method for anyone to report vulnerabilities. VDPs should include a process for receiving a vulnerability report, prioritizing and remediating vulnerabilities, and setting expectations for follow-ups, such as remediation. Why...

/ October 14, 2021

The Ultimate SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) Checklist

Cloud security is the umbrella that holds within it: IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. Gartner created the SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) category for solutions that continuously assess security risk and manage the SaaS applications’ security posture. With enterprises having 1,000...

/ October 14, 2021