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  • Realm: Open-source adversary emulation framework

    Realm: Open-source adversary emulation framework 2024-07-15 at 07:32 By Mirko Zorz Realm is an open-source adversary emulation framework emphasizing scalability, reliability, and automation. It’s designed to handle engagements of any size. “Realm is unique in its custom interpreter written in Rust. This allows us to write complex TTPs as code. With these actions as code,…


  • Unlocking digital trust: The power of collaboration in a data-driven world

    Unlocking digital trust: The power of collaboration in a data-driven world 2024-07-15 at 07:16 By As the digital landscape continues to evolve, the importance of digital trust will only continue to grow. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:


  • Discover the growing threats to data security

    Discover the growing threats to data security 2024-07-15 at 07:01 By Mirko Zorz In this Help Net Security interview, Pranava Adduri, CEO at Bedrock Security, discusses how businesses can identify and prioritize their data security risks. Adduri emphasizes the necessity of ongoing monitoring and automation to keep up with evolving threats and maintain the shortest…


  • Encrypted traffic: A double-edged sword for network defenders

    Encrypted traffic: A double-edged sword for network defenders 2024-07-15 at 06:31 By Help Net Security Organizations are ramping up their use of encrypted traffic to lock down data. Could they be making it easier to hide threats in the process? On one hand, encryption means enhanced privacy, but it can also make the job of…


  • Pressure mounts for C-Suite executives to implement GenAI solutions

    Pressure mounts for C-Suite executives to implement GenAI solutions 2024-07-15 at 06:01 By Help Net Security 87% of C-Suite executives feel under pressure to implement GenAI solutions at speed and scale, according to RWS. Despite these pressures, 76% expressed an overwhelming excitement across their organization for the potential benefits of GenAI. However, this excitement is…


  • UK cyber-boss slams China’s bug-hoarding laws

    UK cyber-boss slams China’s bug-hoarding laws 2024-07-15 at 03:21 By Laura Dobberstein Plus: Japanese scientists ID ancient supernova; AWS dismisses China trouble rumor; and more ASIA IN BRIEF  The interim CEO of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has criticized China’s approach to bug reporting.… This article is an excerpt from The Register View…


  • Windows MSHTML Zero-Day Exploited to Install Malware

    Windows MSHTML Zero-Day Exploited to Install Malware 2024-07-15 at 00:01 Check Point Researchers have discovered that a Windows MSHTML zero-day vulnerability has been exploited in malware attacks for over a year. The flaw, tracked as CVE-2024-38112, allows threat actors to bypass built-in security features and launch malicious scripts, which led to the installation of password-stealing…


  • Google in Advanced Talks to Buy Wiz for $23B: WSJ Report

    Google in Advanced Talks to Buy Wiz for $23B: WSJ Report 2024-07-14 at 22:55 By SecurityWeek News Google’s parent company Alphabet is reportedly in advanced talks to acquire the hotshot Israeli data security startup. The post Google in Advanced Talks to Buy Wiz for $23B: WSJ Report appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an…


  • Honey, I shrunk the LLM! A beginner’s guide to quantization – and testing it

    Honey, I shrunk the LLM! A beginner’s guide to quantization – and testing it 2024-07-14 at 14:46 By Tobias Mann Just be careful not to shave off too many bits … These things are known to hallucinate as it is Hands on  If you hop on Hugging Face and start browsing through large language models,…


  • Week in review: RADIUS protocol critical vuln, Microsoft 0-day exploited for a year, AT&T breach

    Week in review: RADIUS protocol critical vuln, Microsoft 0-day exploited for a year, AT&T breach 2024-07-14 at 11:02 By Help Net Security Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news, articles, interviews and videos: Hackers stole call, text records of “nearly all” of AT&T’s cellular customers Hackers leveraging stolen Snowflake account credentials…


  • Former President Donald Trump injured in shooting at campaign rally

    Former President Donald Trump injured in shooting at campaign rally 2024-07-14 at 04:17 By Former U.S. President Donald Trump was rushed off the stage after shots rang out during a rally in Pennsylvania. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:


  • Three words to send a chill down your spine: Snowflake. Intrusion. Alert

    Three words to send a chill down your spine: Snowflake. Intrusion. Alert 2024-07-13 at 18:16 By Iain Thomson And can AI save us from the scourge of malware? In theory, why not, but in practice … Color us skeptical Kettle  For this week’s Kettle episode, in which our journos as usual get together for an…


  • Game dev accuses Intel of selling ‘defective’ Raptor Lake CPUs

    Game dev accuses Intel of selling ‘defective’ Raptor Lake CPUs 2024-07-13 at 10:16 By Matthew Connatser High-end processor instability headaches, failures pushed one studio to switch to AMD One game developer says it’s had enough of Intel’s 13th and 14th-generation Core microprocessors, calling them “defective.”… This article is an excerpt from The Register View Original…


  • AT&T Confirms Data Breach Affecting Nearly All Wireless Customers

    AT&T Confirms Data Breach Affecting Nearly All Wireless Customers 2024-07-13 at 09:31 By American telecom service provider AT&T has confirmed that threat actors managed to access data belonging to “nearly all” of its wireless customers as well as customers of mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) using AT&T’s wireless network. “Threat actors unlawfully accessed an AT&T…


  • Car dealer software slinger CDK Global said to have paid $25M ransom after cyberattack

    Car dealer software slinger CDK Global said to have paid $25M ransom after cyberattack 2024-07-13 at 03:01 By Matthew Connatser 15,000 dealerships take estimated $600M+ hit CDK Global reportedly paid a $25 million ransom in Bitcoin after its servers were knocked offline by crippling ransomware.… This article is an excerpt from The Register View Original…


  • White House urged to double check Microsoft isn’t funneling AI to China via G42 deal

    White House urged to double check Microsoft isn’t funneling AI to China via G42 deal 2024-07-12 at 23:31 By Matthew Connatser Windows maker insisted everything will be locked down and secure – which given its reputation, uh-oh! Two House committee chairs have sent a public letter to the White House asking it to look into…


  • CISA broke into a US federal agency, and no one noticed for a full 5 months

    CISA broke into a US federal agency, and no one noticed for a full 5 months 2024-07-12 at 21:16 By Connor Jones Red team exercise revealed a score of security fails The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) says a red team exercise at a certain unnamed federal agency in 2023 revealed a string…


  • PowerToys bring fun tweaks to Windows 10 and 11

    PowerToys bring fun tweaks to Windows 10 and 11 2024-07-12 at 19:46 By Liam Proven Mac migrants (if any exist) will find Powertoys Run strangely familiar Friday FOSS Fest  Microsoft’s collection of Power Toys for the current versions of Windows has some nifty little helpers, and Power Run may be comfortingly familiar if you’re more…


  • IcedID henchman gets nine years in clanger for abusing malware to drain bank accounts

    IcedID henchman gets nine years in clanger for abusing malware to drain bank accounts 2024-07-12 at 19:16 By Connor Jones The slippery Ukrainian national must also pay a hefty $74 million on top of the jail time A Ukrainian malware kingpin who evaded law enforcement for a decade will face nine years in prison for…


  • Embrace the data sprawl, securely

    Embrace the data sprawl, securely 2024-07-12 at 19:16 By Data is the lifeblood of every enterprise, so why does managing data and new, modern threats continue to be a formidable challenge for most organizations? This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:


  • New Outlook set for GA despite missing some key features

    New Outlook set for GA despite missing some key features 2024-07-12 at 18:31 By Richard Speed Classic Outlook for Windows shuffles a little closer to the end of the road The new Microsoft Outlook will hit General Availability on August 1, and Microsoft is not backing down on the move away from COM (Component Object…


  • In Other News: Apple’s Spyware Warning, CDK Global Ransom Payment, Sibanye Cyberattack

    In Other News: Apple’s Spyware Warning, CDK Global Ransom Payment, Sibanye Cyberattack 2024-07-12 at 18:31 By SecurityWeek News Noteworthy stories that might have slipped under the radar: Microsoft details Rockwell HMI vulnerabilities, smart grills hacked, Predator spyware activity drops. The post In Other News: Apple’s Spyware Warning, CDK Global Ransom Payment, Sibanye Cyberattack appeared first…


  • Critical Exim Flaw Allows Attackers to Deliver Malicious Executables to Mailboxes

    Critical Exim Flaw Allows Attackers to Deliver Malicious Executables to Mailboxes 2024-07-12 at 18:31 By Ionut Arghire Successful exploitation could allow attackers to deliver executable attachments to inboxes. The post Critical Exim Flaw Allows Attackers to Deliver Malicious Executables to Mailboxes appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View…


  • DarkGate Malware Exploits Samba File Shares in Short-Lived Campaign

    DarkGate Malware Exploits Samba File Shares in Short-Lived Campaign 2024-07-12 at 18:16 By Cybersecurity researchers have shed light on a short-lived DarkGate malware campaign that leveraged Samba file shares to initiate the infections. Palo Alto Networks Unit 42 said the activity spanned the months of March and April 2024, with the infection chains using servers…


  • HPE to build supercomputer to ‘enhance Japan’s AI sovereignty’

    HPE to build supercomputer to ‘enhance Japan’s AI sovereignty’ 2024-07-12 at 17:31 By Dan Robinson Powered by Nvidia GPUs, natch, as GPU maker’s CEO talks up mega bitbarn ‘AI factories’ HPE is to build a supercomputer for Japan’s AIST research institution, using thousands of Nvidia’s latest H200 GPUs to support large foundational models for generative…


  • Millions Impacted by Breach at Advance Auto Parts Linked to Snowflake Incident

    Millions Impacted by Breach at Advance Auto Parts Linked to Snowflake Incident 2024-07-12 at 17:31 By Ionut Arghire Advance Auto Parts says the personal information of 2.3 million was compromised after hackers accessed its Snowflake account. The post Millions Impacted by Breach at Advance Auto Parts Linked to Snowflake Incident appeared first on SecurityWeek. This…


  • CISA Red Team Exercise Finds Critical Vulnerabilities in Federal Civilian Agency

    CISA Red Team Exercise Finds Critical Vulnerabilities in Federal Civilian Agency 2024-07-12 at 17:31 By Ionut Arghire CISA says a SILENTSHIELD red team assessment found gaping holes in the security posture of a federal civilian executive branch organization. The post CISA Red Team Exercise Finds Critical Vulnerabilities in Federal Civilian Agency appeared first on SecurityWeek.…


  • How to Watch Big Brother Online for Free Anywhere in 2024

    How to Watch Big Brother Online for Free Anywhere in 2024 2024-07-12 at 17:26 Not many platforms have Big Brother and the ones that do are often geo-restricted to certain countries. If you’re not in one of those countries, my guide explains how you can watch Big Brother live from anywhere — including where to…


  • Break-in at ‘third-party cloud platform’ leaked 110M customer records, says AT&T

    Break-in at ‘third-party cloud platform’ leaked 110M customer records, says AT&T 2024-07-12 at 17:16 By Brandon Vigliarolo Snowflake? Snowflake AT&T has admitted that cyberattackers grabbed a load of its data for the second time this year, and if you think the first haul was big you haven’t seen anything: This one includes data on “nearly…


  • EU officials say X’s paid-for blue check deceives users and breaks law

    EU officials say X’s paid-for blue check deceives users and breaks law 2024-07-12 at 16:16 By Lindsay Clark Preliminary findings also claim platform not compliant with DSA requirements for transparency, research access The European Commission says the blue checkmark system used by micro-blogging platform X — formerly Twitter — effectively deceives users and fails to…


  • AT&T Data Breach: ‘Nearly All’ Wireless Customers Exposed in Massive Hack

    AT&T Data Breach: ‘Nearly All’ Wireless Customers Exposed in Massive Hack 2024-07-12 at 16:01 By Mike Lennon Data breach exposed records of call and text interactions for nearly all AT&T’s wireless customers and has been linked to the recent attacks targeting Snowflake customers. The post AT&T Data Breach: ‘Nearly All’ Wireless Customers Exposed in Massive…


  • Trustwave Webinar: Getting Started with Microsoft Copilot for Security

    Trustwave Webinar: Getting Started with Microsoft Copilot for Security 2024-07-12 at 15:46 By As a Microsoft security partner, Trustwave has committed itself to helping clients get the most out of their Microsoft E5 license, including properly setting up one of E5’s primary features – Microsoft Copilot for Security. This article is an excerpt from Trustwave…


  • Australian Defence Force Private and Husband Charged with Espionage for Russia

    Australian Defence Force Private and Husband Charged with Espionage for Russia 2024-07-12 at 15:46 By Two Russian-born Australian citizens have been arrested and charged in the country for spying on behalf of Russia as part of a “complex” law enforcement operation codenamed BURGAZADA. This includes a 40-year-old woman, an Australian Defence Force (ADF) Army Private,…


  • SpaceX hit by inflight Falcon 9 failure

    SpaceX hit by inflight Falcon 9 failure 2024-07-12 at 15:16 By Richard Speed Upper stage engine suffers a Rapid Unscheduled Disassembly, leaving Starlink satellites too low SpaceX has suffered a rare failure after a Falcon 9 upper stage malfunction left a batch of Starlink satellites in a lower-than-planned orbit.… This article is an excerpt from…


  • Keeping staff members safe and sound by optimizing security technology

    Keeping staff members safe and sound by optimizing security technology 2024-07-12 at 15:16 By Not surprisingly, healthcare organizations are looking to protect their most valuable resource — their staff. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:


  • Year-Old Veeam Vulnerability Exploited in Fresh Ransomware Attacks

    Year-Old Veeam Vulnerability Exploited in Fresh Ransomware Attacks 2024-07-12 at 15:16 By Ionut Arghire Akira and EstateRansomware cybercrime gangs have been exploiting a year-old Veeam Backup & Replication vulnerability in recent attacks. The post Year-Old Veeam Vulnerability Exploited in Fresh Ransomware Attacks appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed…


  • Smartphone is already many folks’ only computer – say hi to optional desktop mode in Android 15 beta

    Smartphone is already many folks’ only computer – say hi to optional desktop mode in Android 15 beta 2024-07-12 at 14:31 By Liam Proven Future Androids may let you dock them and use them as a desktop – as standard It’s been tried before, more than once, but if it comes as a stock feature,…


  • Google can totally explain why Chromium browsers quietly tell only its websites about your CPU, GPU usage

    Google can totally explain why Chromium browsers quietly tell only its websites about your CPU, GPU usage 2024-07-12 at 13:32 By Brandon Vigliarolo OK, now tell us why this isn’t an EU DMA violation – asking for a friend in Brussels Running a Chromium-based browser, such as Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge? The chances are…


  • Ever Wonder How Hackers Really Steal Passwords? Discover Their Tactics in This Webinar

    Ever Wonder How Hackers Really Steal Passwords? Discover Their Tactics in This Webinar 2024-07-12 at 13:31 By In today’s digital age, passwords serve as the keys to our most sensitive information, from social media accounts to banking and business systems. This immense power brings with it significant responsibility—and vulnerability. Most people don’t realize their credentials…


  • SAP’s bid to woo open source community meets muted response

    SAP’s bid to woo open source community meets muted response 2024-07-12 at 12:46 By Lindsay Clark German software giant says open source is a ‘catalyst for innovation’ but is unlikely to release proprietary code SAP’s bid to cast itself as an open source friendly company is being met with some scepticism from the community, who…


  • Gathid identity governance platform enhancements help identify access changes

    Gathid identity governance platform enhancements help identify access changes 2024-07-12 at 11:31 By Industry News Gathid announced the release of Version 1.14.0 of its identity governance platform. This latest update introduces new comprehensive export capabilities that enable users to seamlessly establish an identity baseline in minutes with a complete view of their identity and access…


  • U.S. Seizes Domains Used by AI-Powered Russian Bot Farm for Disinformation

    U.S. Seizes Domains Used by AI-Powered Russian Bot Farm for Disinformation 2024-07-12 at 11:31 By The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) said it seized two internet domains and searched nearly 1,000 social media accounts that Russian threat actors allegedly used to covertly spread pro-Kremlin disinformation in the country and abroad on a large scale. “The…


  • Forcepoint promotes Ryan Windham to CEO

    Forcepoint promotes Ryan Windham to CEO 2024-07-12 at 11:01 By Industry News Forcepoint announced the promotion of Ryan Windham, Chief Customer and Strategy Officer, to Chief Executive Officer (CEO), succeeding Manny Rivelo, who is retiring from his position as CEO of the company. These transitions will be effective immediately with Rivelo continuing to serve in…


  • Microsoft 365’s Chinese host uses just four percent renewable energy: Greenpeace

    Microsoft 365’s Chinese host uses just four percent renewable energy: Greenpeace 2024-07-12 at 09:31 By Simon Sharwood Red clouds are in no rush to go green China’s major cloud computing and datacenter players aren’t going green in a hurry, according to a Greenpeace study – leaving Microsoft tied to a datacenter operator that uses just…


  • South Korea orders ‘Star Wars’ lasers to blast Northern drones out of the sky

    South Korea orders ‘Star Wars’ lasers to blast Northern drones out of the sky 2024-07-12 at 08:31 By Laura Dobberstein Ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side South Korea has commenced an effort to shoot drones out of the sky using lasers – and has named it the “Star Wars…


  • How to design a third-party risk management framework

    How to design a third-party risk management framework 2024-07-12 at 07:31 By Help Net Security Most organizations focus on securing routers, servers, firewalls, and other endpoints, but threats can also arise from unfamiliar sources such as third-party networks, which can be used by hackers to attack an organization. Through a strong TPRM framework, companies gain…


  • The importance of inclusion

    The importance of inclusion 2024-07-12 at 07:16 By Lynn Dohm, Executive Director of nonprofit organization WiCyS discusses the importance of inclusion when solving the cybersecurity workforce gap. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:


  • Creating Conversations in Times of Mistrust

    Creating Conversations in Times of Mistrust 2024-07-12 at 07:16 By Retaining team cohesion and trust is easier said than done and takes extraordinary leaders to carry out. This article is an excerpt from Subscribe to Security Magazine’s RSS Feed View Original Source React to this headline:


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