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Mitigating SSRF Vulnerabilities Impacting Azure Machine Learning

Summary On May 9, 2024, Microsoft successfully addressed multiple vulnerabilities within the Azure Machine Learning (AML) service, which were initially discovered by security research firms Wiz and Tenable. These vulnerabilities, which included Server-Side Request Forgeries (SSRF) and a path traversal…

Defending your ever-changing attack surface

The very elements crucial for a business’s functionality and prosperity are also its greatest vulnerabilities from a cybersecurity standpoint. Emails, files, remote/hybrid work setups, and various devices and tools streamline business operations but also pose significant cybersecurity risks. These areas,…

Open Source Licensing 101: Everything You Need to Know

With the right license, you can protect your open-source project and ensure proper usage. This article provides a clear overview of open-source licensing for developers and users. The post Open Source Licensing 101: Everything You Need to Know appeared first…

Vulnerability Summary for the Week of June 10, 2024

High Vulnerabilities PrimaryVendor — Product Description Published CVSS Score Source & Patch Info actpro — extra_product_options_for_woocommerce  Missing Authorization vulnerability in actpro Extra Product Options for WooCommerce.This issue affects Extra Product Options for WooCommerce: from n/a through 3.0.6. 2024-06-10 8.8 CVE-2024-35727audit@patchstack.com…

Microsoft Patches Zero-Click Outlook Vulnerability

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Ransomware Attackers Are Weaponizing PHP Flaw to Infect Web Servers

  Security researchers revealed that ransomware attackers have swiftly turned a simple-to-exploit PHP programming language vulnerability—which allows malicious code to be executed on web servers—into a weapon.  As of Thursday last week, Censys’ Internet scans had found 1,000 servers infected…

Los Angeles Public Health Department Discloses Large Data Breach

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health revealed a data breach impacting more than 200,000 individuals, with personal, medical and financial data potentially stolen This article has been indexed from www.infosecurity-magazine.com Read the original article: Los Angeles Public Health Department…

Insurance Company Globe Life Investigating Data Breach

US insurance company Globe Life is investigating a data breach involving unauthorized access to consumer and policyholder information.  The post Insurance Company Globe Life Investigating Data Breach appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article has been indexed from SecurityWeek RSS Feed…

Keytronic Says Personal Information Stolen in Ransomware Attack

Keytronic confirms that personal information was compromised after a ransomware group leaked allegedly stolen data. The post Keytronic Says Personal Information Stolen in Ransomware Attack appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article has been indexed from SecurityWeek RSS Feed Read the…

CISA Conducts First AI Cyber Incident Response Exercise

The US cybersecurity agency CISA has conducted a tabletop exercise with the private sector focused on AI cyber incident response. The post CISA Conducts First AI Cyber Incident Response Exercise appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article has been indexed from…

A Deep Dive into SELinux

Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux), initially known for its perceived complexity in configuration and maintenance, has evolved into an indispensable security architecture across most Linux distributions. It empowers administrators to finely control the actions permitted to individual users, processes, and system daemons,…

Why ransomware is still important to business resilience

Ransomware may be an old technique, however, due to increasing levels of digital connectivity, are witnessing a proliferation of ransomware attacks in recent years, which pose significant threats to individuals, businesses, and entire industry sectors industries.   Ransomware, in its current…

Using LLMs to Exploit Vulnerabilities

Interesting research: “Teams of LLM Agents can Exploit Zero-Day Vulnerabilities.” Abstract: LLM agents have become increasingly sophisticated, especially in the realm of cybersecurity. Researchers have shown that LLM agents can exploit real-world vulnerabilities when given a description of the vulnerability…

The Ultimate Guide to Troubleshooting Vulnerability Scan Failures

Vulnerability scans evaluate systems, networks, and applications to uncover security vulnerabilities. Leveraging databases of known vulnerabilities, these scans detect your weakest spots. These are the points most likely to be exploited by cybercriminals. Scans also help prioritize the order of…

Malware peddlers love this one social engineering trick!

Attackers are increasingly using a clever social engineering technique to get users to install malware, Proofpoint researchers are warning. The message warns of a problem but also offers a way to fix it (Source: Proofpoint) Social engineering users to install…

Why Hybrid Cloud Security is the Future

The cloud is a fantastic way to deliver a multitude of services, but it’s equally important to recognize when a purely cloud approach can be sub-optimal. That’s why Harmony SASE takes a hybrid route. Our secure Internet Access offering provides…

Emerging Technology Review and Needs

By Milica D. Djekic The progress distribution is a slow and time-consuming process that normally might take decades and sometimes centuries in order to deliver a betterment for many to […] The post Emerging Technology Review and Needs appeared first…

How deepfakes threaten biometric security controls

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Spotlight on Scribe Security

By Dan K. Anderson vCISO and On-Call Roving Reporter, Cyber Defense Magazine In my travels and works one of the most difficult challenges for Security is achieving good relations and […] The post Spotlight on Scribe Security appeared first on…

The Role of Cybersecurity in Modern Waste Management Systems

In today’s digitally driven world, cybersecurity is paramount across all sectors. One area that often… The Role of Cybersecurity in Modern Waste Management Systems on Latest Hacking News | Cyber Security News, Hacking Tools and Penetration Testing Courses. This article…

Google Must Face Trial In Ad Tech Monopoly Case

Google loses bid for summary judgement as judge says ‘too many facts in dispute’ as US adtech case heads for September trial This article has been indexed from Silicon UK Read the original article: Google Must Face Trial In Ad…

Zero Trust Policy

The concept of zero trust implies organizations must work under a constant worst-case scenario. This means assuming breaches are inevitable and that no entity or users — coming from within or from outside the organization — should ever be trusted.…

Meta Pauses European GenAI Development Over Privacy Concerns

Meta has delayed plans to train its LLMs using public content shared by adults on Facebook and Instagram following a request by Ireland’s data protection regulator This article has been indexed from www.infosecurity-magazine.com Read the original article: Meta Pauses European…

Apple, Meta Likely To Face EU Antitrust Charges

Apple, Facebook parent Meta reportedly likely to face EU antitrust charges before August under new Digital Markets Act rules This article has been indexed from Silicon UK Read the original article: Apple, Meta Likely To Face EU Antitrust Charges

Silicon In Focus Podcast: Feeding the Machine

Learn how your business can meet the challenges associated with managing data across multiple platforms and systems, and how does this impact analytics and AI initiatives This article has been indexed from Silicon UK Read the original article: Silicon In…

Adobe Shares Jump On AI Success

Adobe shares post biggest gains in more than four years after it reports user take-up of generative AI tools This article has been indexed from Silicon UK Read the original article: Adobe Shares Jump On AI Success

The Seven Things You Need to Know About Cyber Insurance

Cyber insurance and cybersecurity, when combined, can provide a powerful combination of protection and risk management. The post The Seven Things You Need to Know About Cyber Insurance appeared first on Security Boulevard. This article has been indexed from Security…

Meta Delays EU AI Launch After Privacy Complaints

Meta delays Europe launch of AI in Europe after user, privacy group complaints over plans to train models on user data This article has been indexed from Silicon UK Read the original article: Meta Delays EU AI Launch After Privacy…

Online job offers, the reshipping and money mule scams

Offers that promise easy earnings can also bring with them a host of scams that deceive those who are genuinely seeking income opportunities. Often, behind these enticing offers are pyramid schemes in which profits are generated through the recruitment of…

Hackers Employing New Techniques To Attack Docker API

Attackers behind Spinning YARN launched a new cryptojacking campaign targeting publicly exposed Docker Engine hosts by using new binaries chkstart (remote access with payload execution), exeremo (lateral movement through SSH), and vurld (Go downloader for malware retrieval) and a persistence…

Hidden Backdoor in D-Link Routers Let Attacker Login as Admin

A critical vulnerability has been discovered in several models of D-Link wireless routers, allowing unauthenticated attackers to gain administrative access to the devices. The CVE-2024-6045 vulnerability has a CVSS score of 8.8, indicating a high severity level. CVE-2024-6045 – Vulnerability…

Zadig & Voltaire – 586,895 breached accounts

In June 2024, a data brach sourced from French fashion brand Zadig & Voltaire was publicly posted to a popular hacking forum. The data included names, email and physical addresses, phone numbers and genders. When contacted about the incident, Zadig…

Telenor establishes Telenor Cyberdefense

Telenor, the renowned Norwegian telecom giant, has launched Telenor Cyberdefense, marking its entry into the cybersecurity sector. This strategic move comes in response to the alarming findings of the 2023 Norstat survey, which revealed that one in five business leaders…

How cars can pose a cyber threat to user privacy

In today’s interconnected world, the advent of smart cars has brought convenience and innovation to the automotive industry. However, with this connectivity comes a new set of cybersecurity challenges, particularly concerning user privacy. Modern cars, equipped with sophisticated onboard systems…

Low code, high stakes: Addressing SQL injection

Like a bad movie that seems to go on forever, SQL injection (SQLi) attacks have lingered since the late 1990s. Due to various factors, they remain the third most common source of web application vulnerabilities. Reasons include human error, new…

The rise of SaaS security teams

In this Help Net Security interview, Hillary Baron, Senior Technical Director for Research at CSA, highlights that the recent surge in organizations establishing dedicated SaaS security teams is driven by significant data breaches involving widely used platforms. What motivated the…

Ghidra: Open-source software reverse engineering framework

Ghidra, a cutting-edge open-source software reverse engineering (SRE) framework, is a product of the National Security Agency (NSA) Research Directorate. The framework features high-end software analysis tools, enabling users to analyze compiled code across various platforms, including Windows, macOS, and…

AI’s impact on data privacy remains unclear

In this Help Net Security round-up, experts discuss the importance of embracing AI while implementing protective measures against threats, global AI adoption, consumer perceptions, and behaviors regarding data privacy. Complete videos Tracy Reinhold, CSO at Everbridge, discusses why AI technology…

Can governments turn AI safety talk into action?

Industry players and governments discuss guardrails for AI, but aren’t deploying them. Here’s what’s missing. This article has been indexed from Latest stories for ZDNET in Security Read the original article: Can governments turn AI safety talk into action?

Japan’s space junk cleaner hunts down major target

PLUS: Australia to age limit social media; Hong Kong’s robo-dogs; India’s new tech minister The space junk cleaning mission launched by Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has successfully hunted down one of its targets.… This article has been indexed from…

USENIX Security ’23 – We Really Need to Talk About Session Tickets: A Large-Scale Analysis of Cryptographic Dangers with TLS Session Tickets

Authors/Presenters:Sven Hebrok, Simon Nachtigall, Marcel Maehren, Nurullah Erinola, Robert Merget, Juraj Somorovsky, Jörg Schwenk Many thanks to USENIX for publishing their outstanding USENIX Security ’23 Presenter’s content, and the organizations strong commitment to Open Access. Originating from the conference’s events…

Identity Verification Becomes Crucial in the Digital Age

  In the rapidly changing digital landscape, identity verification is emerging as a critical concern. As Web3 places increasing emphasis on data ownership and trust, authenticating one’s identity is becoming a major challenge. Recently, Roundtable anchor Rob Nelson and Ralf…