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Critical Bug in Amadeus Flight Booking System Affects 141 Airlines

A critical flaw in online flight ticket booking system developed by Amadeus could impact almost half of the fight travelers

Why AI-based Threat Detection Hasn’t Taken Over The Market … Yet

According to Nicole Eagan, CEO of software company DarkTrace, only two out of every ten cybersecurity experts typically embrace artificial

MS Word Documents Spreading .Net RAT Malware

A malicious MS Word document, titled “eml_-_PO20180921.doc,” has been found in the wild, and according to researchers at Fortinet’s FortiGuard

New Magecart Group Hits Hundreds of Sites Via Supply Chain

Researchers have uncovered a twelvth Magecart group using tried-and-tested methods to disseminate the digital skimming code by infecting the supply

Fortnite Vulnerable to Account Take-Over Attack

Players who love to indulge in online battle should heed caution when playing Fortnite, according to researchers at Check Point

Too Many Issues in Pentagon Networks Expose It to Cybersecurity Risks

A new security assessment conducted by the Defense Department Inspector General revealed that the Pentagon is still exposed to many

Shutdown a Threat to IT Security Recruitment

As the US inches toward a full month of a government shutdown, concerns over the impact on national security and

City of Del Rio Hit by Ransomware Attack

Another ransomware attack has made headlines with the city of Del Rio, Texas, announcing on January 10, 2019, that the

Orgs Slow to Advance IoT Security

Despite the burgeoning IoT market, organizations made limited progress on IoT security in 2018, according to a new report from

Cranes, Drills and Other Industrial Machines Exposed to Hack by RF protocols

Researchers from Trend Micro have analyzed the communication protocols used by cranes and other industrial machines and discovered several flaws.

Zurich Refuses to Pay Mondelez for NotPetya Damages Because It’s ‘An Act of War’

Zurich American Insurance Company is refusing to refund its client because consider the attack as “an act of war” that

How To Protect Backups from Ransomware

Despite a recent decline in attacks, ransomware still poses significant threats to enterprises, as the attacks against several major newspapers

Crypto-Mining, Banking Trojans Top Malware Threats

Crypto-mining malware has again topped the threat index, with Coinhive holding strong in the number one malware threat for the

Singapore Airlines Warns of Phishing Scam

After news that a bug in its software resulted in a data breach, Singapore Airlines (SIA) has today issued a

Three Flaws in Schneider Electric Charging Stations

Three different vulnerabilities in the Schneider Electric EVlink Parking electric vehicle charging station, which could have allowed an attacker to

Vulnerabilities Found in Building Access System Used by Schools, Governments

Tenable Research discovered four zero-day vulnerabilities in PremiSys access control system from IDenticard (PremiSys IDenticard). The first, a hardcoded backdoor