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2022-12-02 15:43:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
SOC Turns to Homegrown Machine Learning to Catch Cyber-Intruders

A do-it-yourself machine-learning system helped a French bank detect three types of exfiltration attacks missed by current rules-based systems, attendees will learn at Black Hat Europe.

2022-12-02 15:43:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
SOC Turns to Homegrown Machine Learning to Catch Cyber Intruders

A do-it-yourself machine learning system helped a French bank detect three types of exfiltration attacks missed by current rules-based systems, attendees will learn at Black Hat Europe.

2022-12-02 15:00:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
A Risky Business: Choosing the Right Methodology

Rather than regarding risk assessment as a negative exercise, consider it one that benefits your organization's aims, and then translate the risk level to its impact on operations, reputation, or finances.

2022-12-02 11:06:00 UTC
The Daily Swig
The Daily Swig
Go SAML library vulnerable to authentication bypass

An attacker could masquerade as an authenticated user without presenting credentials

2022-12-02 02:00:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
AWS Unveils Amazon Security Lake at re:Invent 2022

Amazon Security Lake will allow organizations to create a purpose-built, standards-based data lake to aggregate and store security data.

2022-12-02 01:10:00 UTC
Naked Security | Sophos
Naked Security | Sophos
LastPass admits to customer data breach caused by previous breach

Seems that the developer account that the crooks breached last time gave indirect access to customer data this time round.

Data Loss Privacy Data Breach LastPass
2022-12-01 22:49:00 UTC
HackRead
HackRead
Spyware Vendor Variston Exploited Chrome, Firefox and Windows 0-days

By Habiba Rashid

A Barcelona-based company, a spyware vendor named Variston IT, is exploiting flaws under the guise of a custom cybersecurity solutions provider.

This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Spyware Vendor Variston Exploited Chrome, Firefox and Windows 0-days

Security Malware Chrome Cyber Crime Firefox Security Spyware Variston Vulnerability Windows
2022-12-01 21:56:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
LastPass Discloses Second Breach in Three Months

The threat actor behind an August intrusion used data from that incident to access customer data stored with a third-party cloud service provider, and affiliate GoTo reports breach of development environment.

2022-12-01 21:05:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
Artifact Poisoning in GitHub Actions Imports Malware via Software Pipelines

A vulnerability discovered in GitHub Actions could allow an attacker to poison a developer's pipeline, highlighting the risk that insecure software pipelines pose.

2022-12-01 20:47:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
One Year After Log4Shell, Most Firms Are Still Exposed to Attack

Though there have been fewer than expected publicly reported attacks involving the vulnerability, nearly three-quarters of organizations remain exposed to it.