Weekly Security Summary Around The World

Before we tell you about the most relevant cyber security news of the first week of this new year, We want to wish you all “Happy New Year” and a very safe and secure 2018! It’s been only 5 days of this year and we already learn about two major and severe security flaws found …

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Protect Your Devices From Meltdown And Spectre Attacks – Find How

OK, 2018 has just started and it has totally borked all networks in the whole world. That’s a fine mess we’re in to start off the year.:) Meltdown and Spectre are CPU hardware design flaws that we techies understand. In a nutshell, Meltdown breaks the isolation between the user app and the OS, so the …

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Security Flaw In Most Microprocessors Prompts Kernel Changes

A design flaw in Intel microprocessors has Linux and Microsoft Windows developers reworking their kernels to defend against exploitation of the security bug. Details of the flaw have not yet been made public, and Intel and Microsoft have remained mum about the chip design flaw, which was first reported by The Register this week. The report said …

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Weekly Security Summary Around The World

This week we published a security alert about a new wave of spam campaigns containing the Emotet banking trojan that can exploit Windows admin rights on users’ PC. We also included a protection guide to better fight against these online threats. 1. Top 25 Worst, Most Insecure Passwords Used in 2017 How secure are your passwords? Are you …

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Weekly Security Summary Around The World

The most important story of this week was probably the one about a security breach suffered by NiceHash, one of the most popular crypto-mining marketplaces. The the stolen money was tracked to a single Bitcoin wallet and the amount was estimated at $70 million. Curious to read what happened this week in the industry? Here …

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Weekly Security Summary Around The World

This week we could not publish any article due to my bad health so now let’s see the major stories of the past days in our weekly round-up. As always, the cyber-security landscape brings new challenges, so read on and keep yourselves informed! 1.Unencrypted USB stick with 2.5GB of data detailing airport security found in …

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Weekly Security Summary Around The World

This week we published a major security alert, one that should not be overlooked: be careful about Bad Rabbit, a ransomware outbreak delivered through a fake Adobe Flash Update. It’s significantly more threatening than its predecessors like non-Petya or WannaCry, because it also saves the collected information. This malware spread like wildfire through major organizations in …

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Weekly Security Summary Around The World

The story of this week is about the Krack vulnerability which was discovered by security researchers and potentially impacting almost every Wi-Fi enabled device. Here are some of the other cyber security stories of the week that you’ll find in this weekly roundup: 1. Adobe Patches Flash Zero Day Exploited by Black Oasis APT Adobe released a Flash …

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Nonpatched Flaws Possibly Stolen in 2013 From Microsoft

Unpatched Windows Image

Hackers may have taken info on unpatched vulnerabilities after breaching Microsoft’s systems and also gaining access to a bug tracker back in 2013, Reuters reported on Monday. At the time of the breach, Microsoft notified customers that it had actually been targeted in an attack just like the ones focused on Facebook and also Apple. …

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