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Jun 07, 2024The Hacker NewsSoftware Supply Chain / Myrror Security Traditional SCAs Are Broken: Did You Know You Are Missing Critical Pieces? Application Security professionals face enormous challenges securing their software supply chains, racing against time to beat the attacker to the mark. Software Composition Analysis (SCA) tools have become a basic instrument in the
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Jun 06, 2024NewsroomBotnet / DDoS Attack The distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) botnet known as Muhstik has been observed leveraging a now-patched security flaw impacting Apache RocketMQ to co-opt susceptible servers and expand its scale. “Muhstik is a well-known threat targeting IoT devices and Linux-based servers, notorious for its ability to infect devices and utilize them for
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Learn about critical threats that can impact your organization and the bad actors behind them from Cybersixgill’s threat experts. Each story shines a light on underground activities, the threat actors involved, and why you should care, along with what you can do to mitigate risk. In an increasingly interconnected world, supply chain attacks have emerged
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Early in 2024, Wing Security released its State of SaaS Security report, offering surprising insights into emerging threats and best practices in the SaaS domain. Now, halfway through the year, several SaaS threat predictions from the report have already proven accurate. Fortunately, SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) solutions have prioritized mitigation capabilities to address many
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Jun 05, 2024NewsroomCyber Espionage / Threat Intelligence An unnamed high-profile government organization in Southeast Asia emerged as the target of a “complex, long-running” Chinese state-sponsored cyber espionage operation codenamed Crimson Palace. “The overall goal behind the campaign was to maintain access to the target network for cyberespionage in support of Chinese state interests,” Sophos researchers
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Google’s Pixel A series smartphones have always been the go-to mid-range devices for reliable smartphone photography and not so much about performance. They have also been the go-to devices for those who have wanted a vanilla Android software experience, as they have always offered the cleanest and most updated Android software experience (along with reliable
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Jun 04, 2024The Hacker NewsBrowser Security / Enterprise Security The landscape of browser security has undergone significant changes over the past decade. While Browser Isolation was once considered the gold standard for protecting against browser exploits and malware downloads, it has become increasingly inadequate and insecure in today’s SaaS-centric world. The limitations of Browser Isolation,
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Jun 03, 2024The Hacker NewsCyber Threat Intelligence Threat actors are evolving, yet Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) remains confined to each isolated point solution. Organizations require a holistic analysis across external data, inbound and outbound threats and network activity. This will enable evaluating the true state of cybersecurity in the enterprise. Cato’s Cyber Threat Research Lab
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OpenAI on Thursday disclosed that it took steps to cut off five covert influence operations (IO) originating from China, Iran, Israel, and Russia that sought to abuse its artificial intelligence (AI) tools to manipulate public discourse or political outcomes online while obscuring their true identity. These activities, which were detected over the past three months,
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