Critical business applications such as SAP and Oracle ERP products process and store the Fortune 2000’s most critical data, yet spur relatively little concern when it comes to security vulnerabilities.
All Ubuntu users are urged to update as soon as possible. Canonical has just published four Ubuntu Security Notices that detail a recent Linux kernel vulnerability discovered in the kernel packages
CYBERTHIEVES hacked into the parliament’s secure computer network and used sensitive files to hold an MP to ransom, it has been revealed. Cybercrooks hacked into parliament’s secure network and compromise
Report: Germany, France, Japan contract hopefuls spotted multiple attacks. Hacking attempts are forcing bidders in Germany, France, and Japan for Australia’s A$50 billion submarine contract to rely on hand-delivery for
Daesh’s cyber squad hacks over 54,000 Twitter accounts In the current era, there is no such thing that we have come across that can be termed unhackable. This makes things
The Infernal-Twin is an automated tool designed for penetration testing activities, it has been developed to automate the Evil Twin Attack. The Infernal-Twin is an automated tool designed for penetration testing
US spying agency reveals bug disclosure program’s stats An NSA spokesperson said the agency discloses zero-day bugs to manufacturers and affected companies in 91% of the cases it discovers, as
Malware operators are taking aim at Web developers. A newly discovered ransomware is attacking Linux Web servers, taking aim at Web development environments used to host websites or code repositories. Russian
Last year we switched to using Slack for all our internal communication and it’s working out nicely. It’s very developer centric in that it offers integrations with lots of services
Major bug goes unnoticed in one of Java’s most popular libraries, despite getting a CVSS vulnerability score of 10 Back in late January, two security researchers (Gabriel Lawrence and Chris
HACKERS WHO BROKE into the personal email account of CIA Director John Brennan have struck again. This time the group, which goes by the name Crackas With Attitude, says it
“Hi, I’m from IT” call yielded access to customer records, lulz; Cox fined $596k. What’s the cost of giving up customers’ information because of weak information security practices? For Cox
Rafael Salema Marques is a Brazilian cyber-security researcher and, above all, a devoted Mac user. Today, Mr. Marques published a LinkedIn blog post and proof-of-concept video on YouTube, detailing a
We’re your servants, says general counsel unconvincingly After spending months pressuring tech companies to add backdoors into their encryption software, the FBI says it has given up on the idea.
Follow-on attacks show capabilities “commonly possessed by state-sponsored actors.” A provider of end-to-end encrypted e-mail said it paid a ransom of almost $6,000 to stop highly advanced denial-of-service attacks that