Cyber security

NSO Confirms Pegasus Spyware Used by at least 5 European Countries

The beleaguered Israeli surveillanceware vendor NSO Group this week admitted to the European Union lawmakers that its Pegasus tool was…

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Learn Cybersecurity with Palo Alto Networks Through this PCCSA Course @ 93% OFF

In the world of cybersecurity, reputation is everything. Most business owners have little understanding of the technical side, so they…

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New Zimbra Email Vulnerability Could Let Attackers Steal Your Login Credentials

A new high-severity vulnerability has been disclosed in the Zimbra email suite that, if successfully exploited, enables an unauthenticated attacker…

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MIT Researchers Discover New Flaw in Apple M1 CPUs That Can’t Be Patched

A novel hardware attack dubbed PACMAN has been demonstrated against Apple’s M1 processor chipsets, potentially arming a malicious actor with…

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Hacking Scenarios: How Hackers Choose Their Victims

Enforcing the “double-extortion” technique aka pay-now-or-get-breached emerged as a head-turner last year. May 6th, 2022 is a recent example. The…

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Atlassian Releases Patch for Confluence Zero-Day Flaw Exploited in the Wild

Atlassian on Friday rolled out fixes to address a critical security flaw affecting its Confluence Server and Data Center products…

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DOJ Seizes 3 Web Domains Used to Sell Stolen Data and DDoS Services

The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) on Wednesday announced the seizure of three domains used by cybercriminals to trade stolen…

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New York Man Sentenced to 4 Years in Transnational Cybercrime Scheme

A 37-year-old man from New York has been sentenced to four years in prison for buying stolen credit card information…

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Zyxel Issues Patches for 4 New Flaws Affecting AP, API Controller, and Firewall Devices

Zyxel has released patches to address four security flaws affecting its firewall, AP Controller, and AP products to execute arbitrary…

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Hackers Increasingly Using Browser Automation Frameworks for Malicious Activities

Cybersecurity researchers are calling attention to a free-to-use browser automation framework that’s being increasingly used by threat actors as part…

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