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Bug Bounty Program – Why Every Organization Needs One?

What Is A Bug Bounty Program? A Bug bounty program is also known as vulnerability rewards program (VRP) is the

Facebook Suspended More Than 10,000 Apps That Associated with 400 Developers for Abusing FB Privacy

Facebook announced that they suspended “tens of thousands” of apps associated with 400 developers due to the privacy concern, and

Wireshark 3.0.5 Released with the Fix for Several Vulnerabilities

Wireshark 3.0.5 has been released with the new Qt version and fix for other vulnerabilities. The Qt is the library

Senior Execs Shun Cyber Risk as Concerns Grow

Nearly 80% of global organizations now rank cyber-risk as a top-five business concern, but just 11% are highly confident they

US Air Force Bids $95m Cybersecurity Contract

The US Air Force is requesting quotes from vendors that can provide support for a cybersecurity project under a contract

U.S. Taxpayers Hit by a Phishing Campaign Delivering the Amadey Bot

Cofense researchers spotted a phishing campaign that is targeting taxpayers in the United States to infect them with the Amadey

Critical Vulnerability in D-link DNS-320 Devices let Hackers to Execute Remote Code and to Steal Data

D-link DNS-320 Devices have used as an ideal backup solution, it offers an effective way to share documents, music, videos,

Magecart Attackers Target Mobile Users of Hotel Chain Booking Websites

Trend Micro researchers reported that a Magecart group has hacked the websites of two hotel chains to inject scripts targeting

Critical Vulnerability in Harbor let Hackers to Escalate Privilege by Sending Malicious Request

Harbor is a cloud-native registry that offers rich functions in container management that stores signs and scan images for vulnerabilities.

Smominru Botnet Hacked 90,000 Windows Computers in Last Month Using EternalBlue Exploit

Threats actors behind the Smominru botnet compromised nearly 90,000 windows computers in last month using EternalBlue exploit and performing brute

WeWork’s WiFi Security Worryingly Weak

A lack of security on WeWork’s WiFi network has left sensitive user data exposed. In August, Fast Company revealed that

City of Los Angeles Teams Up with IBM to Fight Cybercrime

The City of Los Angeles and IBM are joining forces with the LA Cyber Lab to help local businesses combat

MITRE Names 2019’s Most Dangerous Software Errors

Eight years ago, a list of the world’s most dangerous software errors was published by problem-solving nonprofit the MITRE Corporation.

Vacationers Hit by Skimming Attack

People using mobile apps to book hotel rooms for their vacations have been targeted by a skimming attack. Research by

Study Reveals Most Expensive State for Cyber Insurance

Purchasing cyber insurance to protect your business from the ever-increasing number of threats will cost you more in Delaware than

Facebook Disrupts Misinformation Campaigns in Ukraine and Iraq

Facebook has taken down hundreds of Facebook and Instagram Pages and accounts after two separate coordinated campaigns were discovered attempting