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The number of phishing websites tied to domain name registrar Freenom dropped precipitously in the months surrounding a recent lawsuit from social networking giant Meta, which alleged the free domain name provider has a long history of ignoring abuse complaints about phishing websites while monetizing traffic to those abusive domains.
To mitigate risk, both developers and users must include security principles and technologies as core foundations in new devices.
Ukraine's head of cybersecurity Victor Zhora says the world needs "efficient legal instruments to confront cyber terrorism."
SentinelLabs has uncovered a malware campaign in which Brazilian hackers are targeting Portuguese banks for monetary gains.
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This is the first incident where a threat actor from the country appears to be laying the groundwork for disruptive attacks in the future, researchers say.
The new Red Hat Trusted Software Supply Chain services help developers take a secure-by-design approach to build, deploy, and monitor software.
Russian code that could tamper with industrial machines and toggle RTUs on and off was floating around VirusTotal for years before being noticed. It raises new questions about the state of OT security.
The infamous North Korean APT group is using Log4Shell, the 3CX supply chain attack, and other known vectors to breach Microsoft Web servers.
The streaming giant is looking to bolster flagging subscription growth and profits, but security researchers say the move offers a perfect opportunity to encourage better password hygiene and account safety.
Perception Point's 2023 Annual Report: Cybersecurity Trends & Insights' analyzes the most prevalent cyberattack trends amidst today's complex threat landscape, identifying an overall increase of 87% in the total number of attacks over the course of last year.