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  1. U.S. Government Disrupts Russia-Linked Botnet Engaged in Cyber Espionage - The U.S. government on Thursday said it disrupted a botnet comprising hundreds of small office and home office (SOHO) routers in the country that was put to use by the Russia-linked APT28 actor to conceal its malicious activities."These crimes included vast spear-phishing and similar credential harvesting campaigns against targets of intelligence interest to the Russian government, such as U.S. and foreign governments and military, security, and corporate organizations," the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) said… Continue Reading
  2. Add ChatGPT to your WordPress website for $60 with this deal - Most Popular'ZDNET Recommends': What exactly does it mean?ZDNET's recommendations are based on many hours of testing, research, and comparison shopping. We gather data from the best available sources, including vendor and retailer listings as well as other relevant and independent reviews sites. And we pore over customer reviews to find out what matters to real people who already own and use the products and services we’re assessing.When you click through from our site to a… Continue Reading
  3. Microsoft Rolls Out Patches for 73 Flaws, Including 2 Windows Zero-Days - Microsoft has released patches to address 73 security flaws spanning its software lineup as part of its Patch Tuesday updates for February 2024, including two zero-days that have come under active exploitation.Of the 73 vulnerabilities, 5 are rated Critical, 65 are rated Important, and three and rated Moderate in severity. This is in addition to 24 flaws that have been fixed in the Chromium-based Edge browser since the release of the January 2024 Patch Tuesday… Continue Reading
  4. Rhysida Ransomware Cracked, Free Decryption Tool Released - Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered an "implementation vulnerability" that has made it possible to reconstruct encryption keys and decrypt data locked by Rhysida ransomware.The findings were published last week by a group of researchers from Kookmin University and the Korea Internet and Security Agency (KISA)."Through a comprehensive analysis of Rhysida Ransomware, we identified an implementation vulnerability, enabling us to regenerate the encryption key used by the malware," the researchers said.The development marks the first successful decryption… Continue Reading
  5. Apple’s Siri Cheat Sheet: How to Use Siri for Business - Apple’s Siri Cheat Sheet: How to Use Siri for BusinessYour email has been sentFor many businesses, a big part of staying competitive means being able to utilize new technology to get more done in a shorter period of time. Voice-controlled assistants, such as Apple’s Siri, are innovations that can go a long way in helping companies do exactly this.Siri is a digital tool available on many Apple devices. Using only voice-recognition, it allows users the… Continue Reading
  6. Russian APT 'Winter Vivern' Targets European Government, Military - TAG-70's sophisticated espionage campaign targeted a range of geopolitical targets, suggesting a highly capable and well-funded state-backed threat actor.February 17, 2024The Russia-aligned threat group known as Winter Vivern was discovered exploiting cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in Roundcube webmail servers across Europe in October — and now its victims are coming to light.The group mainly targeted government, military, and national infrastructure in Georgia, Poland, and Ukraine, according to Recorded Future's Insikt Group report on the campaign… Continue Reading
  7. Anatsa Android Trojan Bypasses Google Play Security, Expands Reach to New Countries - The Android banking trojan known as Anatsa has expanded its focus to include Slovakia, Slovenia, and Czechia as part of a new campaign observed in November 2023."Some of the droppers in the campaign successfully exploited the accessibility service, despite Google Play's enhanced detection and protection mechanisms," ThreatFabric said in a report shared with The Hacker News."All droppers in this campaign have demonstrated the capability to bypass the restricted settings for accessibility service in Android 13."… Continue Reading
  8. Microsoft and Google are proud AI is helping you (other companies not so much) - Most PopularAI making lives better.You're likely still in some state of recovery after America's great escape.I refer, of course, to a Super Bowl full of eating, drinking, and other related drama.Also: AI will have a big impact on jobs this year. Here's why that could be good newsIt's worth asking, though, whether you've recovered from discovering just how AI will change your life.Quite a few companies chose the Super Bowl to air their artificially intelligent… Continue Reading
  9. Ivanti Vulnerability Exploited to Install 'DSLog' Backdoor on 670+ IT Infrastructures - Threat actors are leveraging a recently disclosed security flaw impacting Ivanti Connect Secure, Policy Secure, and ZTA gateways to deploy a backdoor codenamed DSLog on susceptible devices.That's according to findings from Orange Cyberdefense, which said it observed the exploitation of CVE-2024-21893 within hours of the public release of the proof-the-concept (PoC) code.CVE-2024-21893, which was disclosed by Ivanti late last month alongside CVE-2024-21888, refers to a server-side request forgery (SSRF) vulnerability in the SAML module that,… Continue Reading
  10. Why We Must Democratize Cybersecurity - With breaches making the headlines on an almost weekly basis, the cybersecurity challenges we face are becoming visible not only to large enterprises, who have built security capabilities over the years, but also to small to medium businesses and the broader public. While this is creating greater awareness among smaller businesses of the need to improve their security posture, SMBs are often left facing a gap in the market, unable to find security tooling that… Continue Reading

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