22 Jan Post Grid
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Hacker Discloses Second Zero Day to Bypass Patch for Windows EoP Flaw
An anonymous security researcher going by the name of SandboxEscaper today publicly shared a second zero-day exploit that can beRead more.
Upatched Bug Let Attackers Bypass Windows Lock Screen On RDP Sessions
A security researcher today revealed details of a newly unpatched vulnerability in Microsoft Windows Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). Tracked asRead more.
Researcher Exploits Microsoft’s Notepad to ‘Pop a Shell’
Google Project Zero researcher unearths a bug in Microsoft’s Notepad Windows application. A memory corruption bug in the Microsoft’s WindowsRead more.
Baltimore Hacks – Reminder To Governments To Stop Wasting Money And To Start Using Blockchain
With advanced tech, smartphones in the hands of every individual, and the occasional self-driving car on the street, one mightRead more.
The city of Baltimore is being held hostage by ransomware
The US city of Baltimore has been partially paralyzed since 7 May, when a ransomware attack seized parts of theRead more.
BestMixer.io Service Shut Down For Laundering $200 Million+
After a yearlong investigation, the Dutch Fiscal Information and Investigation Service (FIOD) shut down Bestmixer.io today, one of the largestRead more.
Hackers Accessed Stack Overflow’s Production Systems
In a short announcement today, Stack Overflow informs that it was the target of an attack that resulted in hackersRead more.
Hard-to-fix Cisco flaw puts work email at risk
Security researchers have discovered serious vulnerabilities affecting dozens of Cisco devices. The flaws allow hackers to deceive the part ofRead more.
Massive ransomware infection hits computers in 99 countries
A massive cyber-attack using tools believed to have been stolen from the US National Security Agency (NSA) has struck organisationsRead more.
Spyware app exposes private photos, hosting provider steps in
A hosting company took down a database operated by a spying app this week after it was found displaying thousandsRead more.
Microsoft Sees 250% Phishing Increase, Malware Decline by 34%
Phishing attacks have seen an impressive 250% increase between January and December 2018, with attackers moving to multiple points ofRead more.
Ransomware out, formjacking in as primary attack vectors
Quick and easy attack methods like formjacking gained popularity among cybercriminals last year, while more tried and true approaches likeRead more.
New Offensive USB Cable Allows Remote Attacks over WiFi
Like a scene from a James Bond or Mission Impossible movie, a new offensive USB cable plugged into a computerRead more.
Hacker group uses Google Translate to hide phishing sites
Cyber-criminal groups are using Google Translate to hide the real domain of their phishing sites, security researchers have discovered. PhishingRead more.
The Evolution of Cyber Defenses, Attacks and Vulnerabilities in 2019
Time marches forward—and so does cybersecurity and the cyber threat landscape. What do organizations and IT professionals have to lookRead more.