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White House Announces Retaliatory Measures For Russian Election-Related Hacking
News  |  12/29/2016  | 
35 Russian intelligence operatives ejected from the US, and two of the "Cyber Most Wanted" are frozen out by Treasury Department.
Cyberattack On Ukraine Conflict Watchdog
Quick Hits  |  12/29/2016  | 
Organization for Security Cooperation in Europe confirms data breach but does not name perpetrator.
The Bug Bounty Model: 21 Years & Counting
Commentary  |  12/29/2016  | 
A look back on the beginnings of crowdsourced vulnerability assessment and how its robust history is paving the way for the future.
Chinas Cybersecurity Law Seeks Scrutiny Of Technology
Quick Hits  |  12/28/2016  | 
Countrys top internet regulator releases framework for stricter cyberspace laws, including review of local and foreign technology.
8 Boldest Security Predictions For 2017
Slideshows  |  12/27/2016  | 
Scary, funny and maybe even a little outlandish, these industry predictions come from prognosticators who didn't mince words.
Democrats And Republicans Join In Demand For Select Cyber Panel
Quick Hits  |  12/20/2016  | 
Four senators push Mitch McConnell for select committee on foreign cyber threats and Russian interference in US presidential polls.
Brute-Force Botnet Attacks Now Elude Volumetric Detection
Commentary  |  12/19/2016  | 
It just became harder to distinguish bot behavior from human behavior.
5 Ways The Cyber-Threat Landscape Shifted In 2016
Slideshows  |  12/19/2016  | 
IoT botnets and turnkey phishing services were just some of the ways the bad guys stayed ahead in 2016
Has The Security Industry Failed Its Customers?
Commentary  |  12/16/2016  | 
Short answer: Not really. But the odds of staying safe from a cyberattack go way up when you follow these six tips for security hygiene.
American Hacker Arrested For 2014 JP Morgan Chase Breach
Quick Hits  |  12/15/2016  | 
Joshua Aaron and his two accomplices are charged with massive hacking of US financial organizations, securities fraud and money laundering.
Senate Votes To Upgrade Cyber Command Into War-Fighting Unit
Quick Hits  |  12/12/2016  | 
NDAA legislation awaits Obama signature; Admiral Mike Rogers will still head both Cyber Command and NSA, at least for now.
From Carna To Mirai: Recovering From A Lost Opportunity
Commentary  |  12/8/2016  | 
We had four years to prepare for recent DDoS attacks and failed. How can we learn from our mistakes?
Biometric Technology Is Not A Cure-All For Password Woes
Commentary  |  12/7/2016  | 
No single authentication token is infallible. The only real solution is multifactor authentication.
Web Gateways: 5 Big Security Challenges
Commentary  |  12/6/2016  | 
Overreliance on Web gateways is putting data, users, customers, organizations, and reputation in harm's way.
Reality Check: Getting Serious About IoT Security
Commentary  |  12/5/2016  | 
The Department of Homeland Security is fully justified in urging security standards for the Internet of Things.
'Frighteningly Easy' Hack Guesses Full Credit Card Details In 6 Seconds
News  |  12/2/2016  | 
Attack works only on Visa network, Newcastle University researchers say.
DMARC Continues To Confound Users, Report Says
News  |  12/1/2016  | 
Almost three-quarters of those who deploy email authentication standard fail to get its full benefits, ValiMail says.


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I Smell a RAT! New Cybersecurity Threats for the Crypto Industry
David Trepp, Partner, IT Assurance with accounting and advisory firm BPM LLP,  7/9/2021
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Attacks on Kaseya Servers Led to Ransomware in Less Than 2 Hours
Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer,  7/7/2021
Commentary
It's in the Game (but It Shouldn't Be)
Tal Memran, Cybersecurity Expert, CYE,  7/9/2021
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CVE-2021-40865
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-25
An Unsafe Deserialization vulnerability exists in the worker services of the Apache Storm supervisor server allowing pre-auth Remote Code Execution (RCE). Apache Storm 2.2.x users should upgrade to version 2.2.1 or 2.3.0. Apache Storm 2.1.x users should upgrade to version 2.1.1. Apache Storm 1.x use...
CVE-2021-25977
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-25
In PiranhaCMS, versions 7.0.0 to 9.1.1 are vulnerable to stored XSS due to the page title improperly sanitized. By creating a page with a specially crafted page title, a low privileged user can trigger arbitrary JavaScript execution.
CVE-2021-35231
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-25
As a result of an unquoted service path vulnerability present in the Kiwi Syslog Server Installation Wizard, a local attacker could gain escalated privileges by inserting an executable into the path of the affected service or uninstall entry. Example vulnerable path: "Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHIN...
CVE-2021-38294
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-25
A Command Injection vulnerability exists in the getTopologyHistory service of the Apache Storm 2.x prior to 2.2.1 and Apache Storm 1.x prior to 1.2.4. A specially crafted thrift request to the Nimbus server allows Remote Code Execution (RCE) prior to authentication.
CVE-2021-40526
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-25
Incorrect calculation of buffer size vulnerability in Peleton TTR01 up to and including PTV55G allows a remote attacker to trigger a Denial of Service attack through the GymKit daemon process by exploiting a heap overflow in the network server handling the Apple GymKit communication. This can lead t...