News overview Q3 was relatively calm from a DDoS perspective. There were no headline innovations, although cybercriminals did continue to master techniques and develop malware already familiar to us from the last reporting period. For example, another DDoS botnet joined in the assault on Docker environments. The perpetrators infiltrated the target server, created an infected…
The Phosphorous APT has launched successful attacks against world leaders who are attending the Munich Security Conference and the Think 20 (T20) Summit in Saudi Arabia, Microsoft warns.
With the election just a week away, cybercriminals are ramping up mobile attacks on citizens under the guise of campaign communications.
The Kimsuky/Hidden Cobra APT is going after the commercial sector, according to CISA.
How a retail sector reeling from COVID-19 can lock down their online systems to prevent fraud during the upcoming holiday shopping spike.
Hackers claim to have access to classified information linking the president to the origin of the coronavirus and criminal collusion with foreign actors.
Systems designed by Mottech Water Management were misconfigured and put in place and connected to the internet without password protections.
Amazon notified customers and law enforcement of the insider-threat incident this week.
Popular chat apps, including LINE, Slack, Twitter DMs and others, can also leak location data and share private info with third-party servers.
Beyond admins, researchers say that 97 percent of all total Microsoft 365 users do not use multi-factor authentication.