Experts found an unsecured data bucket containing seven gigabytes worth of unencrypted files that include 350,000,000 strings of unique email addresses. Original post at: The CyberNews research team uncovered an unsecured data bucket owned by an unidentified party, containing seven

US Military Cyber Chief Defends More Aggressive Strategy America’s top cyber official has defended the US government’s adoption of a more aggressive stance in cyberspace. In a piece published on Tuesday in Foreign Affairs magazine, the commander of US Cyber Command, General

US Issues BeagleBoyz Warning United States government agencies have warned the banking community to be on the lookout for a gang of North Korean cyber-thieves dubbed BeagleBoyz. The gang is behind a cash-out scheme known as FASTCash that has stolen

Local Government Organizations Most Frequently Targeted by Ransomware Local government bodies are more likely to be targeted by ransomware attacks than any other type of organization, according to a new study by Barracuda Networks, which looked at 71 global ransomware

Trend Micro Blocks 28 Billion Cyber-Threats in 1H 2020 Trend Micro blocked nearly nine million COVID-related threats in the first half of 2020, the vast majority of which were email-borne, it revealed in a new mid-year roundup report. The security

Recently, Mozilla Foundation has released Firefox 80.0 that comes with several security fixes and performance updates. But this new version didn’t offer too many exciting features; instead, it comes with several security fixes. Apart from this, the significant Linux change

BT Security Announces Vendor Partners to Simplify and Strengthen Protection BT Security has announced a collection of new industry partners. Following an undertaking of its existing vendors, it said the final list of partners “reflects BT Security’s view of the

UltraRank Digital Skimming Group Hit Hundreds of Sites Security researchers have uncovered a major new digital skimming group responsible for compromising hundreds of websites and multiple suppliers in a five-year period. Dubbed “UltraRank” by Singapore-based security outfit Group-IB, the group’s

Cybersecurity Community Concerned About Misinformation Cybersecurity professionals want stricter measures to tackle the rising amount of online misinformation and fake domains, according to new research by the Neustar International Security Council (NISC). A new report by NISC found that almost

Dracula Network Pushes Out Pro-China Twitter Spam Eagle-eyed social network analysts have spotted a new Chinese influence operation on Twitter dubbed the “Dracula botnet.” The network of inauthentic automated accounts was found to be pushing out pro-China political spam, according to

Recently, Mitre released the top 25 most dangerous software bugs 2020; this list is a definitive list of the most popular and impactful issues that are encountered in CWE Top 25 (2019). The security experts asserted that these software bugs

Giveaway Scam Infects 65,000 Devices with Malware A family of Android apps is using the lure of free items to distribute a novel ad fraud botnet. Victims of the scam are told that they will receive a complimentary gift when

New Zealand’s Stock Exchange Hit by Cyber-Attacks Two Days in a Row New Zealand’s stock exchange has been subjected to a cyber-attack for the second day running, it has been reported. As covered by the Guardian today, at 11.24 am local

Experts discovered a new hacker hacker-for-hire group that is targeting organizations worldwide with malware hidden inside malicious 3Ds Max plugins. Security researchers from Bitdefender discovered a new hacker group that is currently targeting companies across the world with malware hidden

TLS and VPN Flaws Offer Most Pen Tester Access Vulnerabilities in transport layer security and exposure to a 10-year-old botnet are the most common findings from penetration testing engagements. According to data from investigations between June 2019 to June 2020

Security Flaws in Two Popular TV Set-Top Boxes Expose Customers to Attack Serious security flaws have been discovered in two popular TV set-top boxes, potentially leaving customers at risk cyber-attack. According to an investigation by Avast, the THOMSON THT741FTA and