via infosecurity-magazine.com Alert Fatigue and Overload an Issue for Majority of Security AnalystsSecurity professionals are struggling to effectively manage high volumes of security alerts.According to the 2020 State of SecOps and Automation Report, …Continue Reading
Credit: CC0 Public Domain. Inderscience Mobile devices are a fairly ubiquitous feature of our lives. Some would say that their huge and yet compact computing power has made life easier for millions of people by providing information, entertainment, and…Continue Reading
Ymacco Trojan Description. The recent attacks bring the risk utilize a traditional infiltration technique which depends on the communication with a Adobe Flash installer. This suggests that the hackers can take advantage of a number of various distribu…Continue Reading
In a report published by Check Point research today, the malware — infamously called Joker (or Bread) — has found another trick to bypass Google’s Play Store protections: obfuscate the malicious DEX executable inside the application as Base64 encoded s…Continue Reading
Read the original article: July 2020 Open Source Security Vulnerabilities Snapshot Now that the sparkle and pop of the Fourth of July’s fireworks has subsided, it’s time for July’s open source vulnerabilities snapshot, your monthly overview of everythi…Continue Reading
Cybersecurity researchers took the wraps off yet another instance of Android malware hidden under the guise of legitimate applications to stealthily subscribe unsuspecting users for premium services without their knowledge. In a report published by Che…Continue Reading
Criminals are using ransomware-like tactics and poisoned websites to get your employees’ computers to mine cryptocurrencies. Here’s what you can do to stop it.
Cryptojacking definition. Cryptojacking is the unauthorized use of someone else’s computer …Continue Reading
via infosecurity-magazine.com Fraudsters Conducting Malvertising Campaign Via Inactive Domains A number of inactive websites have been compromised and are redirecting visitors to unwanted URLs, many of which are malicious. This is according to a new st…Continue Reading
Less than two weeks after patching a dangerous flaw in PAN-OS operating system Palo Alto Networks has released security update which addresses another severe vulnerability in PAN-OS devices. The new issue, tracked as CVE-2020-2034 , is an OS Command In…Continue Reading
I Have Antivirus; I’m Protected, Right? Mis-steps Customers Make with their Security and Vulnerability Tools.
I’ve worked in the IT field for over 30 years. 20 of those years have been spent in the network security field, employed by some of the large…Continue Reading