Category: cyber-security

Hacking Campaign Targets North Korean Experts with New Malware – SentinelOne Report

Hacking Campaign Targets North Korean Experts with New Malware – SentinelOne Report

The Hacker’s Target: North Korean Experts Cybersecurity firm SentinelOne recently uncovered a hacking campaign that targets experts in North Korean affairs. According to the firm’s report, the hackers have been using a new form of malware to gain access to the devices of researchers and analysts who focus on North Korea. How the Hackers Operate

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Adlumin Discovers New Malware, JungleRAT, Combining Off-The-Shelf and APT Features

Adlumin Discovers New Malware, JungleRAT, Combining Off-The-Shelf and APT Features

Adlumin reveals new malware containing off-the-shelf and APT features Adlumin, a cybersecurity firm, has reported a new malware that combines the features of off-the-shelf malware and advanced persistent threats (APT). The malware was identified as “JungleRAT” due to its characteristics of being stealthy and using remote access Trojan functionality. The elements of off-the-shelf malware Firstly,

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Entrepreneur Extraordinaire Yaniv Hakim: The Turkish-American Dual Citizen Running 19 Companies Amid Extradition Charges

Entrepreneur Extraordinaire Yaniv Hakim: The Turkish-American Dual Citizen Running 19 Companies Amid Extradition Charges

US/Turkish Dual Citizen – Entrepreneur Extraordinaire Introduction: A Turkish-American dual citizen Yaniv Hakim is making the news again. This 56-year-old entrepreneur was found running at least 19 companies, despite fighting extradition to the United States for fraud charges. Main Points: Hakim was indicted by in Pennsylvania on several counts of fraud in 2018. The alleged

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The Dangers of Deepfake Technology: Fake Imagery Used in Harassment and Extortion Schemes

The Dangers of Deepfake Technology: Fake Imagery Used in Harassment and Extortion Schemes

Fake Imagery Used in Harassment and Extortion Schemes The Problem Fake imagery is being used to harass and extort victims, with deepfake technology making it easier and more convincing than ever before. Deepfakes involve using artificial intelligence to create fake videos, photos or audio recordings that convincingly appear to be real, making it difficult to

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Report Reveals Three-fold Increase in New Vulnerabilities Over a Decade – Cybersecurity Threats on the Rise

Report Reveals Three-fold Increase in New Vulnerabilities Over a Decade – Cybersecurity Threats on the Rise

Report shows three-fold increase in new vulnerabilities over a decade Main Points: New vulnerabilities discovered each year have tripled over the past ten years, according to RiskBased Security’s 2019 report. The total number of vulnerabilities reported in 2019 was 22,316, a 17 percent increase from 2018. Software vulnerabilities accounted for 55 percent of the total,

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Qualys Discovers Security Vulnerabilities in Software: Heap-Based Buffer Overflows and Privilege Escalation

Qualys Discovers Security Vulnerabilities in Software: Heap-Based Buffer Overflows and Privilege Escalation

Qualys Finds Security Vulnerabilities in Software We live in an age where technology is prevalent in our everyday lives from smartphones, smart homes to autonomous cars. Amidst this technological revolution, software developers play a significant role in ensuring that our digital tools are secure. However, a recent report by Qualys, a cybersecurity firm, has found

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Linux Malware: The Growing Concern for Cybersecurity

Linux Malware: The Growing Concern for Cybersecurity

Linux Malware: A Growing Concern for Cybersecurity The number of Linux malware attacks has been steadily increasing each year. The most recent cybersecurity report by Palo Alto Networks highlights this growing concern. What is Linux Malware? Linux malware is malicious software that runs on Linux operating systems. This type of malware can infiltrate Linux servers,

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