Changes to how data is encrypted can help developers ward off data leakage and exfiltration.
Threat actors have updated their malware to include a macro-based delivery framework.
Firmware updates won’t address the problem, so admins need to take other action.
“Password-killing” authentication efforts may be on a road to nowhere.
A 40-year-old, easily cracked encryption method was used to protect the 98MB database of user information.
The official release of the version includes 40 fixes, seven of which are rated “High.”
The highly sophisticated operation shares code with the Hermes malware, and may be linked to the Lazarus Group APT actor.
Researchers launched a Proof-of-Concept attack on two Android mobile phones and an embedded system board.
Cryptocurrency angel investor Michael Terpin seeks damages for “gross negligence” by the carrier, alleging it turned a blind eye to store employees’ malicious activities.
The attack targets IKE’s handshake implementation used for IPsec-based VPN connections, opening the door for MiTM attacks or for bad actors to access data carried in VPN sessions.