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Infosec News Feed

An aggregated list of cybersecurity publications
2022-12-06 15:00:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
Applying the OODA Loop to Cybersecurity and Secure Access Service Edge

Organizations can best defend themselves on the cyber battlefield by adopting a military-style defense.

2022-12-06 14:44:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
Russian Actors Use Compromised Healthcare Networks Against Ukrainian Orgs

Victims include at least 15 healthcare organizations, one Fortune 500 company, and other organizations in multiple countries, security vendor says.

2022-12-06 14:34:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
AlgoSec Acquires Prevasio To Disrupt Agentless Cloud Security Market

Organizations of all sizes can now protect their cloud-native applications easily and cost-effectively across containers and all other cloud assets.

2022-12-06 14:01:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
Machine Learning Models: A Dangerous New Attack Vector

Threat actors can weaponize code within AI technology to gain initial network access, move laterally, deploy malware, steal data, or even poison an organization's supply chain.

2022-12-06 10:43:00 UTC
HackRead
HackRead
NETGEAR Router Vulnerability Allowed Access to Restricted Services

By Deeba Ahmed

According to Tenable research, NETGEAR had to release last-minute patches for their devices that were a part of the Pwn2Own event.

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Security Bug Bounty Netgear Pwn2Own Security TP-Link Vulnerability
2022-12-05 23:47:00 UTC
HackRead
HackRead
Fake Windows Crypto Apps Spreading AppleJeus Malware

By Deeba Ahmed

The infamous North Korean state-backed Lazarus hacking group is using AppleJeus malware to steal crypto funds from Windows users.

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Security Cryptocurrency Malware AppleJeus Lazarus North Korea Security
2022-12-05 21:39:00 UTC
HackRead
HackRead
The Best Ways to Automate SBOM Creation

By Owais Sultan

SBOM or Software Bill of Materials implies a comprehensive inventory of all the constituent elements or components of the software.

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Technology Business DevOps SaaS SBOM Software Supply Chain
2022-12-05 21:09:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
Wiper, Disguised as Fake Ransomware, Targets Russian Orgs

The program, dubbed CryWiper, is aimed at Russian targets; it requests a ransom but has no way to decrypt any overwritten files.

2022-12-05 20:54:00 UTC
Dark Reading
Dark Reading
Hive Social Buzzing With Security Flaws, Analysts Warn

Twitter alternative Hive Social took down its servers after researchers discovered several critical vulnerabilities.

2022-12-05 19:44:00 UTC
Krebs on Security
Krebs on Security
Judge Orders U.S. Lawyer in Russian Botnet Case to Pay Google

In December 2021, Google filed a civil lawsuit against two Russian men thought to be responsible for operating Glupteba, one of the Internet's largest and oldest botnets. The defendants, who initially pursued a strategy of counter suing Google for tortious interference in their sprawling cybercrime business, later brazenly offered to dismantle the botnet in exchange for payment from Google. The judge in the case was not amused, found for the plaintiff, and ordered the defendants and their U.S. attorney to pay Google's legal fees.

A Little Sunshine Ne'er-Do-Well News Web Fraud 2.0 Dmitry Starovikov Glupteba Botnet Google Halimah DeLaine Prado Igor Litvak Royal Hansen