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Speaking at the SANS Institute Threat Hunting and IR Europe conference in London, Tom Hall, principal consultant for incident response and Mitch Clarke, incident response consultant UK&I, at Mandiant, talked about lessons learned from the APT41 detection last summer, and

IT administrators are being urged to put in place mitigations for a serious Citrix vulnerability which the vendor says won’t be patched until next week at the earliest, after proof-of-concept (PoC) exploits were published. The tech giant revealed the CVE-2019-19781

The Maze ransomware gang has released 14GB of files that they claim were stolen from one of its victims, the Southwire cable manufacturer. The victims of the Maze Ransomware are facing another risk, after having their data encrypted now crooks

Security researchers from Malwarebytes found pre-installed malware on UMX U683CL handsets. The phones are made under the Lifeline program to low-income consumers for Affordable Communications. Multiple users reported to Malwarebytes that HiddenAds suddenly get installed on their UMX mobile phone,

There are different OS for Hacking and Penetration Testing with Linux distro is dedicatedly developed for Security Researchers or Ethical Hackers to perform various operations in security industries with a variety of hacking tools that prebuilt with OS. Linux is

Security researchers are warning of a new critical vulnerability affecting multiple cable modem manufacturers that use Broadcom chips — exposing hundreds of millions of users to remote attacks. Discovered by three researchers from security consultancy Lyrebirds and an independent, the

A new MageCart attack made the headlines, crooks installed a software skimmer on a website that collects donations for the victims of the Australia bushfires. Experts from Malwarebytes have discovered a new Magecart attack that compromised a website collecting donations

Google revealed it successfully removed more than 1,700 apps from the Play Store over the past three years that had been infected with the Joker malware. Google provided technical details of its activity against the Joker malware (aka Bread) operation

Every year, millions of students go off to college, but not all of them are prepared to take on the challenges of living on their own for the first time. While students likely receive lessons from their parents on basics

Experts announced the availability online of proof-of-concept exploit code for CVE-2019-19781 flaw in Citrix NetScaler ADC and Citrix NetScaler Gateway servers. While security researchers were warning of ongoing scans for Citrix Application Delivery Controller (NetScaler ADC) and Citrix Gateway (NetScaler

Citrix remote code execution vulnerability was published last month, the vulnerability can be tracked as CVE-2019-19781. It may create a serious threat for organizations deployed with Citrix Application Delivery Controller and gateway. An advisory was released by Citrix detailing the

The core ingredient of HIPAA objectives is to protect the privacy of medical patients. The medical information of the patients, according to Dash, are safeguarded and against unauthorized parties. So, only those who have the authority can access the information

Researchers discovered as critical vulnerability dubbed Cable Haunt affects cable modems from different manufacturers across the globe. The vulnerability enables a remote attacker to gain complete control over the modem through its endpoint. Successful exploitation allows attackers to intercept private

Students in the Pittsburg Unified School District of Pennsylvania were left without internet access on Monday as the result of a ransomware attack. With schools’ internet servers and email compromised, youngsters returning to classes after the winter break were forced

Patients of a hacked facial surgery company in Florida are being individually threatened by cyber-criminals, who are demanding money in return for not releasing stolen personal information to the public. The Center for Facial Restoration, Inc. (TCFFR), located in Miramar,

A threat group has once again taken to the internet to publish data stolen from alleged victims who refuse to cooperate with its ransom demands. In December 2019, the MAZE ransomware group published online a portion of the 120 GB