Posts From Mo Moin

Computer virus definition A computer virus is a form of malicious software that piggybacks onto legitimate application code in order to spread and reproduce itself. Like other types of malware, a virus is deployed by attackers to damage or take

As companies get better at analyzing log data to spot potential security threats, legacy applications create blindspots that can be hard to tackle. “Modern SIEMs [security information and event management] have evolved beyond their own legacy feature sets, and have

Security experts at Trend Micro have discovered that iOS URL scheme could allow an attacker to hijack users’ accounts via App-in-the-Middle attack. Security experts at Trend Micro devised a new app-in-the-middle attack that could be exploited by a malicious app

A security researcher reported a critical vulnerability that allows malicious hackers to hack Instagram account and take complete control of your Instagram account within 10 minutes. Facebook and Instagram are frequently fixing several vulnerabilities discovered by the internal team and

Cybersecurity incidents have cost UK mid-market firms a combined GBP30bn over the past year as automated attacks become the norm, according to Grant Thornton. The accounting and consulting giant interviewed 500 UK business leaders from firms with revenue of between

Some of the crooks behind the Dridex Trojan have split from the gang and released a forked version of the BitPaymer ransomware dubbed DoppelPaymer. Cybercrime gang tracked as TA505 has been active since 2014 and focusing on Retail and Banking

The US Coast Guard recommended that ships update their cybersecurity strategies after a malware attack “significantly” degraded the computer systems of a deep draft vessel in February, according to a press release. In the marine safety alert, the Coast Guard

SPARTA is GUI application developed with python and inbuilds Network Penetration Testing Kali Linux tool. It simplifies scanning and enumeration phase with faster results. The best thing of SPARTA GUI Toolkit it scans detects the service running on the target

A critical security flaw dubbed “Media File Jacking” affected WhatsApp and Telegram for Android let hackers manipulate both apps media files if users enable certain features. Threat actors are able to intercept and manipulate media file without the user’s knowledge

A critical remote code execution vulnerability in WordPress plugin Ad Inserter, let hackers execute arbitrary PHP code in the vulnerable installations. The vulnerability was discovered by Wordfence security team and the vulnerability can be executed only by the authenticated users

In earlier years, everyone depends on SOC (includes firewalls, WAF, SIEM,etc.) and the prioritize in building the SOC provides security and the CIA was maintained. However, later the emerge of the attacks and the threat actors becomes more challenge and

US telecommunications company Sprint revealed that hackers compromised an unknown number of customer accounts via the “add a line” website. The mobile network operator Sprint disclosed a security breach, the company revealed that hackers compromised an unknown number of customer accounts

Experts at Vertical Structure and WhiteHat Security discovered a serious flaw that exposed millions of files stored on thousands of exposed Lenovo NAS devices. An analysis conducted by researchers at Vertical Structure and WhiteHat Security allowed discovering a vulnerability in

The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has issued a warning about DNS hijacking threats, as reports emerge of widespread attacks in Brazil affecting 180,000 users. The NCSC posted the advisory on Friday as a follow-up to one issued in

Web-based applications security relies on a number of factors among them is a Web Application Firewall (WAF). Cyberattacks are pouring in numbers and users will need an effective WAF to take care of their web-accessible data. Organizations that are in-route

On July 6, a ransomware attack brought down government computer systems at La Porte County, Indiana, finally, the county decided to pay $130,000 ransom. On July 6, a ransomware attack paralyzed the computer systems at La Porte County, Indiana, according