The use of crypto-ransomware in targeted attacks has become an ordinary occurrence lately: new incidents are being reported every month, sometimes even more often. On July 23, Garmin, a major manufacturer of navigation equipment and smart devices, including smart watches and bracelets, experienced a massive service outage. As confirmed by an official statement later, the…
With Black Hat USA 2020 kicking off this week, Erez Yalon with Checkmarx talks about newly disclosed, critical vulnerabilities in Meetup.com – and why they are the “holy grail” for attackers.
Researchers disclosed critical flaws in the popular Meetup service at Black Hat USA 2020 this week, which could allow takeover of Meetup “Groups.”
The flaws have been confirmed by Grandstream, but no firmware update has yet been issued.
Three have been charged in alleged connection with the recent high-profile Twitter hack – including a 17-year-old teen from Florida who is the reported “mastermind” behind the attack.
The corporate-travel leader has confirmed an attack that knocked systems offline.
Researchers uncovered a disinformation campaign aiming to discredit NATO via fake news content on compromised news websites.
Hackers “mislead certain employees” to gain access to internal tools to take over high-profile accounts and push out a Bitcoin scam.
Threatpost editors break down the top themes, speakers and sessions to look out for this year at Black Hat 2020 – from election security to remote work and the pandemic.
Zoom has fixed the issue, which stemmed from a lack of checks against incorrect passcode attempts.