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Bad bot traffic hits record...

According to Imperva’s 10th annual Bad Bot Report, bad bot traffic has dominated the internet, hitting a new high of 47.4% of all online activity, while human-generated traffic has declined...

Strategies for effective patch management...

Core technologies including encryption, password management, and two-factor authentication are being evaluated as threat actor protection tactics, however, patch management should not be forgotten in the drive to safeguard organizations...

Role of AI in content...

A NewsGuard research discovered the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in the production of content farms that not only lack usefulness but also restrict access to real and important material....

Russian indicted for operating stolen...

Denis Gennadievich Kulkov, a Russian national suspected of masterminding a profitable stolen credit card checking enterprise worth tens of millions of dollars, has been indicted by the United States Department...

U.S. cybersecurity officials implores firms...

U.S. cybersecurity authorities have met with tech leaders and industry groups to advocate for the use of “secure by design” concepts in commercial software. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA)...

Password resets to cost FTSE...

According to a recent MyCena Security Solutions analysis, password resets may cost Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE 100) corporations more than $156 million every month. According to the research, 56%...

ChatGPT-related domain squatting grows by...

According to Palo Alto Networks Unit 42, there has been a monthly surge of 910% in newly registered and squatted domains associated to ChatGPT between November 2022 and early April...

More than half of second-hand...

A study conducted by ESET reveals that 56% of second-hand corporate network devices still contain sensitive company data. The security vendor purchased 16 recycled devices routers and found that nine...

Cisco, VMware addresses critical security...

Cisco and VMware have released security patches to address serious security flaws which malicious actors might exploit to execute arbitrary code on vulnerable computers. A command injection hole in Cisco...

Trellix reports on emerging cybercriminal...

Trellix, a cybersecurity firm, has provided detailed information on the modus operandi of a new cybercriminal gang called the “Read The Manual” Locker. The group offers ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) to a...

Spectre-related flaw in Linux Kernel...

Google’s product security response team has discovered a Spectre-related vulnerability in Linux kernel version 6.2, extending the threat posed by the bug that has plagued hardware and software vendors since...

Phishing campaign targets tax...

As the U.S. tax season comes to a close, Microsoft warns that a new phishing effort is targeting accounting companies and tax preparers, planting malware that allows hackers to get...

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