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A favorite post-exploitation tool continues to gain sophistication, with one recent example adding disguised log-in pages, credential stealing, and information gathering via services such as VirusTotal.
Qatari organizations participate in cybersecurity exercises to hone their incident response plans and processes.
Biometric security on PCs isn't quite as bulletproof as you might think, as the line between sensors and host computers can be tampered with.
By Deeba Ahmed
Patches for all affected versions of Apache ActiveMQ have been released, and clients are strongly advised to upgrade their systems.
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Kinsing Crypto Malware Targets Linux Systems via Apache ActiveMQ Flaw
The Israel-Gaza conflict could expose the region's oil and gas operations to renewed cyberattacks, with global ramifications.
As organizations increasingly rely on AI-developed code, they must put guardrails in place to prevent major cybersecurity risks related to malicious code.
The laboratory operates a major test reactor, tests advanced nuclear energy concepts, and conducts research involving hydrogen production and bioenergy.
The actor behind the high-profile MGM incident jumps across segmentations in under an hour, in a ransomware attack spanning Okta, Citrix, Azure, SharePoint, and more.
Kubernetes compromises have usually led to attackers creating cryptomining containers, but the outcomes could be much worse, say researchers presenting at the Black Hat Europe conference.
By Deeba Ahmed
The culprit behind these callback phishing attacks, known as Silent Ransom Group (SRG), is also identified as Luna Moth.
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: FBI Alert: Silent Ransom Group Utilizes Callback Phishing for Network Hacks