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Reports Point to Uptick in HTML Smuggling Attacks

Menlo Security and Microsoft report recent campaigns implementing the technique, which helps attackers stealthily deliver malware.

Menlo Security and Microsoft report recent campaigns implementing the technique, which helps attackers stealthily deliver malware.


What's Essential in an Incident Response Plan? Security Leaders Weigh In

A new report examines the must-have components of a security incident readiness and response playbook.

A new report examines the must-have components of a security incident readiness and response playbook.



CISA Launches New Vulnerability Disclosure Policy Platform

The VDP platform provides a single website where agencies can intake, triage, and route the vulnerabilities that researchers disclose.

The VDP platform provides a single website where agencies can intake, triage, and route the vulnerabilities that researchers disclose.


Next for Bug Bounties: More Open Source Funding

Ten years after kicking off its Vulnerability Rewards Program, Google sees another decade of bounties with a focus on shoring up open source projects.

Ten years after kicking off its Vulnerability Rewards Program, Google sees another decade of bounties with a focus on shoring up open source projects.


Chinese-Speaking Threat Actor Using Unknown Rootkit in Targeted Attacks

Security vendor says it first spotted 'GhostEmperor' when investigating attacks targeting Microsoft Exchange flaws.

Security vendor says it first spotted 'GhostEmperor' when investigating attacks targeting Microsoft Exchange flaws.


Babuk Coding Errors Make Data Recovery 'Impossible'

The ransomware group's decryption tool is poorly designed and coded, leading the group to focus more on data theft rather than encryption, researchers report.

The ransomware group's decryption tool is poorly designed and coded, leading the group to focus more on data theft rather than encryption, researchers report.


US Government Unlikely to Ban Ransomware Payments

The Department of Justice believes that banning ransom payments will cause greater havoc. However, the agency has called for incident reporting to be required.

The Department of Justice believes that banning ransom payments will cause greater havoc. However, the agency has called for incident reporting to be required.


Lower-Level Employees Become Top Spear-Phishing Targets

Cybercriminals seek employees who will be a "weak link" in the organization when designing phishing attacks, a new report finds.

Cybercriminals seek employees who will be a "weak link" in the organization when designing phishing attacks, a new report finds.


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