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The "missed package" phishing messages, likely the work of a hacking-for-hire group, bounds into inboxes, bearing ASyncRAT.
No activity logging in the free subscription for Google's Web-based productivity suite exposes enterprises to insider and other threats, researchers say.
It's been two years since Executive Order 14028. By using SBOMs as a standard, organizations can manage software risks, protect their reputation, and improve their cybersecurity posture.
In an already fraught environment surrounding the popular Python programming language software package manager, hackers are coming up with new ways to sneak malicious goodies past cybersecurity buffers.
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Code-signing certificates are supposed to help authenticate the identity of software publishers, and provide cryptographic assurance that a signed piece of software has not been altered or tampered with. Both of these qualities make stolen or ill-gotten code-signing certificates attractive to cybercriminal groups, who prize their ability to add stealth and longevity to malicious software. This post is a deep dive on "Megatraffer," a veteran Russian hacker who has practically cornered the underground market for malware focused code-signing certificates since 2015.
Bugs in the biometric protections on Android phones and iPhones allow the limit on the number of tries to unlock the devices with a fingerprint can be bypassed, allowing automated brute-force attacks.
The case involves Amazon's settlement with the FTC over security and privacy violations committed by its subsidiaries, Ring and Alexa.
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Amazon fined $31 million over privacy breaches, including snooping on kids
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Apple's growing market share — in a shrinking PC market — and the growing use of Golang for malware development is pushing a gradual increase in malicious tools targeting macOS environments.