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The popular Hosting provider Hostinger disclosed a recent security breach that allowed unauthorized access to a client database. Hostinger, one of the biggest hosting providers, disclosed a recent security breach that allowed attackers to access a client database. The security

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is warning of an active IRS impersonation scam campaign sending spam emails to distribute malware. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued an alert to warn taxpayers of a new scam campaign distributing malware. Last week

Cisco released an open-source hardware tool called “4CAN” for automobile security researchers and car manufacturers to find the potential security vulnerabilities in connected cars to ensure vehicle security. Automobile systems such as cars integrated with hundreds of sensors and control

What is an Indicator of Attack (IOA) IoA’s is some events that could reveal an active attack before indicators of compromise become visible. Use of IoA’s provides a way to shift from reactive cleanup/recovery to a proactive mode, where attackers

Mastercard disclosed a data breach that impacted customer data from the company’s Priceless Specials loyalty program. The American multinational financial services corporation notified the data breach to the German and Belgian Data Protection Authorities. The data leaked online includes customers’

Researchers at Pen Test Partners (PTP) discovered a privilege-escalation vulnerability in Lenovo Solution Centre (LSC) tracked as CVE-2019-6177. Security experts at Pen Test Partners (PTP) discovered a privilege-escalation vulnerability in Lenovo Solution Centre (LSC) that exists since 2011. “A vulnerability

Experts at Trend Micro discovered a new variant of the Asruex Trojan that exploits old Microsoft Office and Adobe vulnerabilities to infect systems. Malware researchers at Trend Micro discovered a new variant of the Asruex Trojan that exploits old Microsoft

Open-source Android spyware has appeared twice on Google Play. Research conducted by ESET discovered the first known instance of spyware based on the open-source espionage tool AhMyth lurking within a radio app available on Google Play. The app in question

Web Application Pentesting is a method of identifying, analyzing and Report the vulnerabilities which are existing in the Web application including buffer overflow, input validation, code Execution, Bypass Authentication, SQL Injection, CSRF, Cross-site scripting in the target web Application which

Carbon Black has announced a definitive agreement to merge with VMware, with the virtualization company paying around $2.1bn for the endpoint protection vendor. With a view to create a “highly differentiated, intrinsic security cloud,” the deal will see VMware be

Ukrainian security service (SBU) agents have arrested several nuclear power plant employees in the country after they misguidedly tried to use their facility’s IT systems to mine for cryptocurrency. Local media reports this week said the incident occurred on July

The City of London Corporation has suffered nearly one million cyber-attacks each month for the first quarter of 2019, according to Freedom of Information (FOI) data obtained by Centrify. The security vendor wanted to find out more about the cyber-risks

Cisco provided updates for security advisories for three flaws affecting Cisco Small Business 220 Series Smart Switches patched in early August. Cisco has updated security advisories for three vulnerability in Cisco Small Business 220 Series Smart Switches that have been

Researchers discovered an open-source spyware AhMyth associated with Google play store app called RB Music to intrude the Android users device to steal various sensitive information. RB Music also know as Radio Balouch, a malicious streaming radio based Android app

ESET experts discovered that an Android app infected with AhMyth open-source RAT has bypassed the security of Google Play twice over two weeks. The popular malware researcher Lukas Stefanko from ESET discovered that a malicious spyware, built on the AhMyth

An annual report on cybercrime by the Federal Bureau of Investigation has revealed Alaska to be the most scammed state in America for the second year running. With more than $450 million stolen, sunny California lost more money than any