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Black Basta Ransomware Attack: Microsoft...

Recent reports claim that the Microsoft Threat Intelligence team stated that a cybercriminal group, identified as Storm-1811, has been exploiting Microsoft’s Quick Assist tool in a series of social engineering...

Alert: Google Chrome Zero-Day Patch...

In recent cybersecurity news, Google has swiftly addressed a critical security concern by releasing an emergency update for its Chrome browser. This update targets the third zero-day vulnerability detected in...

Essential Strategies for Recovering from...

Ransomware is a serious threat, so be prepared! The average ransom demand is high, and paying doesn’t guarantee recovery. Backups are crucial for recovery, but testing and proper storage are...

LiteSpeed Cache Bug Exploit For...

In recent developments concerning WordPress security, a significant vulnerability has come to light in the widely used LiteSpeed Cache plugin. This LiteSpeed cache bug, labeled CVE-2023-40000, poses a substantial risk...

Ukrainian REvil Hacker Gets 13-Year...

In a significant victory against cybercrime, the Ukrainian REvil hacker has been sentenced to over 13 years in prison and ordered to pay a hefty fine of $16 million for...

CISA Alert: GitLab Password Exploit...

In the realm of cybersecurity, vigilance is paramount. Recently, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) flagged a critical vulnerability in GitLab, a popular platform for collaborative software development....

Dropbox Sign Breach: Threat Actors...

In a recent disclosure, cloud storage giant Dropbox revealed a breach affecting its digital signature service, Dropbox Sign (formerly HelloSign). The Dropbox Sign breach, identified on April 24, 2024, compromised...

CISA and FBI Issue Alert...

The joint alert from CISA and FBI highlights the continued exploitation of path traversal vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure attacks, impacting sectors like healthcare. The recent CVE-2024-1708 vulnerability in ConnectWise ScreenConnect...

HPE Aruba Vulnerabilities: Prevent Systems...

Recently, HPE Aruba Networking, formerly known as Aruba Networks, has encountered significant security challenges. Vulnerabilities in their ArubaOS, the proprietary network operating system, have been identified, posing serious risks, including...

Backdoors and Miners Amid eScan...

Recently, a wave of malware attacks has surfaced, exploiting vulnerabilities in the update mechanism of the eScan antivirus software. This eScan antivirus backdoor exploit distributes backdoors and cryptocurrency miners, such...

TuxCare Wins 2024 Global InfoSec...

PALO ALTO, Calif. – May 6, 2024 – TuxCare, a global innovator in enterprise-grade cybersecurity for Linux, today announced it won a 2024 Global Infosec Award from Cyber Defense Magazine...

FIN7 Cybercrime Group Strikes US...

Recent reports have highlighted that the notorious FIN7 cybercrime group has targeted the U.S. automotive industry through a sophisticated spear-phishing campaign. Employing a familiar weapon, the Carbanak backdoor (also known...

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