U.S. Planted Powerful Malware in Russia’s Power Grid: Report

The New York Times reported over the weekend that the United States planted potentially destructive malware in Russia’s electric power grid, but President Donald Trump has denied the claims. read more more…

How to Book Your Next Holiday Online and NOT Get Scammed

Taking our tribe on an annual family holiday has always been a top priority for my husband and me. But with 4 sons – who all eat like ridiculous amounts – this can be an expensive exercise. So, like most people, I am always on the lookout for deals and ways to save money to […] more…

Study finds that a GPS outage would cost $1 billion per day

Study finds that a GPS outage would cost $1 billion per day l33tdawg Sun, 06/16/2019 – 23:05 more…

Hackers behind dangerous oil and gas intrusions are probing US power grids

Hackers behind dangerous oil and gas intrusions are probing US power grids l33tdawg Sun, 06/16/2019 – 23:05 more…

This $3.2 Billion Industry Could Turn Millions of Surveillance Cameras Into an Army of Robot Security Guards

This $3.2 Billion Industry Could Turn Millions of Surveillance Cameras Into an Army of Robot Security Guards l33tdawg Sun, 06/16/2019 – 23:05 more…

How Close Are We to Self-Driving Cars, Really?

How Close Are We to Self-Driving Cars, Really? l33tdawg Sun, 06/16/2019 – 23:05 more…

It’s Time to Switch to a Privacy Browser

It’s Time to Switch to a Privacy Browser l33tdawg Sun, 06/16/2019 – 23:05 more…

5 Digital Risks to Help Your Teen Navigate this Summer

S’mores. Sparklers. Snow cones. Sunburns. Fireflies. Remember when summer was simple? Before smartphones and social networks, there was less uploading and more unwinding; less commenting and more savoring.  There’s a new summer now. It’s the social summer, and tweens and teens know it well. It’s those few months away from school where the pressure (and […] more…

Why Do Hackers Hack? – 3 Reasons Explained

When considering why hackers are attacking websites, you might think that there’s a specific reason they target you as a website owner—your business, your reputation, or your information. But the truth is, hacks don’t often singled out someone. Most of the time, hackers spot a website vulnerability. This is what determines why certain websites are […] more…

Report: Mirai tries to hook its tentacles into SD-WAN

Mirai – the software that has hijacked hundreds of thousands of internet-connected devices to launch massive DDoS attacks – now goes beyond recruiting just IoT products; it also includes code that seeks to exploit a vulnerability in corporate SD-WAN gear. That specific equipment – VMware’s SDX line of SD-WAN appliances – now has an updated […] more…

ST05: Protecting Intellectual Property with Andrew Lancashire and Kate Scarcella

In this episode, security operations solutions strategist Andrew Lancashire and Kate Scarcella discuss the important of protecting your intellectual property in the workplace. The post ST05: Protecting Intellectual Property with Andrew Lancashire and Kate Scarcella appeared first on McAfee Blogs. more…

French Authorities Release Free Decryptor for PyLocky Ransomware

The French Ministry of Interior has released a free decryption tool for the PyLocky ransomware to help victims recover their data.  read more more…

Vulnerabilities Expose BD Infusion Therapy Devices to Attacks

CyberMDX, a research and analysis company specializing in medical device security, on Thursday revealed that its employees identified two serious vulnerabilities in infusion therapy products from medical technology firm BD. read more more…

Vulnerabilities in Thunderbird Email Client Allow Code Execution

Security updates released by Mozilla this week for the Thunderbird email client address vulnerabilities that could be exploited to execute arbitrary code on impacted systems.  read more more…

Canadian City Loses $500,000 to Phishing Attack

The City of Burlington, Ontario, revealed Thursday that it fell prey to “a complex phishing email” that cost the City CAD $503,000 (around USD $375,000). Few details have yet been released. read more more…

AESDDoS Botnet Malware Infiltrates Containers via Exposed Docker APIs

By David Fiser, Jakub Urbanec and Jaromir Horejsi Misconfiguration is not novel. However, cybercriminals still find that it is an effective way to get their hands on organizations’ computing resources to use for malicious purposes and it remains a top security concern. In this blog post, we will detail an attack type where an API […] more…

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