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A group of seven Ethical hackers who were exclusively allowed to test the flight system for a U.S. military fighter jet, in result, they found severe vulnerabilities in critical F-15 fighter jetsystems. The flaws allowed them to take control of

A security researcher demonstrated how to bypass a fix released by Valve for a recently discovered Steam vulnerability re-enabling the attack. A few days ago, the security experts Matt Nelson and Vasily Kravets separately disclosed a privilege escalation vulnerability in

It’s official: 1.5% of web logins use breached credentials, according to research published by Google. The company analyzed its own data to reach that number, which it presented at the USENIX conference this week. Many websites still rely on only

The number of data breaches spiked dramatically in the first half of this year compared to previous years, according to a report from vulnerability intelligence company Risk Based Security. Its analysis found that breach numbers for the first six months

The European Central Bank (ECB) has been forced to shut down one of its websites following a cyber-attack which may have compromised customer data. The bank said in a brief statement that hackers had compromised its Banks’ Integrated Reporting Dictionary

A leading open source project has come under fire for issuing misleading security advisories which may have put customers of its software at unnecessary risk. Security vendor Synopsys analyzed 115 separate releases for popular web application framework Apache Struts and

Formjacking accounted for 71% of all web-related data breaches in 2018 as hackers looked to steal customers’ financial information in large quantities, according to F5 Labs. The security vendor’s Application Report 2019 is compiled from analysis of 760 breaches and

Researchers discovered two new malicious hacking tools (BalkanRAT, BalkanDoor) from the ongoing campaign Balkans that act as a remote access trojan and backdoor. Malware authors developed these Tools with two different features. BalkanRAT, a remote access trojan that controls the

The latest update released by Mozilla for Firefox patches a flaw in Firefox Password Manager that can be exploited to access stored passwords. The latest release for Mozilla Firefox (Firefox 68.0.2) fixes a vulnerability that can be exploited to bypass

Threat Intelligence & Endpoint Security Tools are more often used by security industries to test the vulnerabilities in network and applications. Here you can find the Comprehensive Endpoint Security list that covers Performing Penetration testing Operation in all the Corporate

The European Central Bank (ECB) announced that threat actors had access for months to the contact information of hundreds of financial industry subscribers to its newsletter The ECB was the victim of a data breach, the bank announced that hackers

Online election interference has become such a concern that one company has now launched a product to help protect against it. ZeroFOX has announced a security suite to safeguard political candidates and campaigns from online threats. The ZeroFOX Election Protection

Companies using decoy systems to lure hackers away from legitimate targets spot hackers in their networks much more quickly than those who don’t, according to a survey released today. The study, conducted by analyst company Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and

Clickjacking is alive and well, hijacking browsers that visit hundreds of popular websites, according to research released this week. A paper published by researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Microsoft Research, Seoul National University, Purdue University, and Pennsylvania

Cyber-criminals are increasingly aggressive about targeting businesses of every size. Even if your own company is a small one, hacking can cause serious reputation damage if you don’t take steps to protect it. The real cost of hacking was made

Researchers discovered an unsecured database online owned by Suprema that contained the fingerprints and facial recognition information of one million people. Researchers from vpnMentor discovered the personal and biometric data (i.e. facial recognition and fingerprint information) of more than a