Cisco Talos researchers have connected a previously discovered series of aviation industry attacks stretching back more than three years to a Nigeria-based attacker. The attacker sold the stolen information on the darknet, the researchers say.
CISA, the FBI and the U.S. Coast Guard Cyber Command warn users of Zoho Corp.'s single sign-on and password management tool to patch for a vulnerability that nation-state groups may look to exploit. Attackers could use the bug to compromise credentials and exfiltrate data from Active Directory.
The Republican Governors Association was one of several U.S. organizations targeted in March when a nation-state group took advantage of vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange email servers, according to a breach notification letter filed with Maine authorities. It appears some PII was exposed.
Microsoft has officially gone fully passwordless, allowing Windows users to replace their alphanumeric passwords with one of several substitute sign-in technologies to gain entry into a Microsoft product - a move received positively by industry insiders.
Achieving Velocity Requires a Modernized Approach to Application Security
Digital transformation initiatives are forcing development teams to make tough decisions between meeting time-to-market needs and mitigating risk. Exacerbating the issue is that developers often lack the knowledge to mitigate the risks...
Microsoft's September Patch Tuesday security update covers 61 vulnerabilities, with four rated critical. These include a fix for the critical MSHTML Vulnerability Microsoft revealed last week and patches to a Windows scripting engine flaw and a Windows DNS flaw.
An unsecured database belonging to an apparently recently defunct firm exposed 61 million records of wearable health and fitness device users on the internet, say the security researchers who discovered the non-password-protected database in cooperation with the WebsitePlanet research team.
A recently patched flaw in a mobile app allowing N.Y. residents to acquire and store a COVID-19 vaccine credential did not validate user input properly and stored forged verifications, according to security researchers. Experts say similar flaws could have dire consequences.
The top three tactics attackers have been using to break into corporate and government networks are brute-forcing passwords, exploiting unpatched vulnerabilities, and social engineering via malicious emails, says security firm Kaspersky in a roundup of its 2020 incident response investigations.
Apple patched a software vulnerability on Monday that researchers say was used to deliver spyware via its iMessage platform to the mobile phones of activists. But a few changes to iMessage could make it safer overall for individuals at high risk of surveillance, says an Apple security expert.
Traditional application development saw security teams apply their policies and carry out checks at the end of the process. With microservices running in containers, communicating via APIs and deployed via automated CI/CD pipelines, it is impossible for traditional approaches to security to cope with the pace of...
Nine months after discover of the attack that targeted SolarWinds and clients of its network monitoring tool, the incident continues to spur investigations into what happened. The SEC is reportedly probing those businesses involved, and lawmakers want answers about the breach of DOJ emails.
A recently discovered backdoor named Sidewalk has been linked to Grayfly, the espionage arm of the China-linked group called APT41, and used to strike telcos and other organizations in the U.S., Taiwan, Vietnam and Mexico, Symantec researchers say.
Microsoft has disclosed details of a vulnerability that researchers at Palo Alto Networks have named "Azurescape" because the attacks start from a container escape technique. The flaw "could potentially allow a user to access other customers’ information in the ACI service," Microsoft says.
Last weekend’s confirmed attack on the Jenkins project using a recently discovered vulnerability in the Atlassian Confluence server could be the tip of the iceberg, suggests a security researcher who says thousands of Confluence servers remain vulnerable.