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  • Zero-Day Coverage Update – Week of July 9, 2018

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Earlier this week, I wrote a blog covering a couple of the statistics from the Zero Day Initiative’s (ZDI) first half of 2018. One of the stats that I didn’t cover is the increasing focus on enterprise applications. The team is seeing consistent growth in submissions of Microsoft and Apple vulnerabilities, but now they’re also...
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  • This Week in Security News: Bloomingdale’s and Claudette

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, Timehop, Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, and Domain Factory announce a system-wide breach. Also, a new AI tool, Claudette, is holding tech companies accountable for GDPR compliance. Read on to learn...
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  • VPNFilter-affected Devices Still Riddled with 19 Vulnerabilities

    TrendLabs - Malware Blog
    This blog tackles the recently ill-famed VPNFilter malware and if deployed devices are vulnerable to it. VPNFilter is a newly discovered, multi-stage malware (detected by Trend Micro as ELF_VPNFILT.A, ELF_VPNFILT.B, ELF_VPNFILT.C, and ELF_VPNFILT.D) that affects many models of connected devices. Based on our data from June 1 to July 12, plenty of the devices are still using old firmware versions. In fact, 19 known vulnerabilities, not only taken advantage of by VPNFilter but other malware as well, can still be detected in devices up to this day.
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  • VPNFilter-affected Devices Still Riddled with 19 Vulnerabilities

    Trend Micro - Security Intelligence
    This blog tackles the recently ill-famed VPNFilter malware and if deployed devices are vulnerable to it. VPNFilter is a newly discovered, multi-stage malware (detected by Trend Micro as ELF_VPNFILT.A, ELF_VPNFILT.B, ELF_VPNFILT.C, and ELF_VPNFILT.D) that affects many models of connected devices. Based on our data from June 1 to July 12, plenty of the devices are still using old firmware versions. In fact, 19 known vulnerabilities, not only taken advantage of by VPNFilter but other malware as well, can still be detected in devices up to this day.
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  • Sextortion scam knows your password, but don’t fall for it

    Sophos - Naked Security
    The scam emails claim to have compromising video of you, and back it up by showing you one of your passwords.
  • Facebook ordered to let grieving mother in to dead daughter’s account

    Sophos - Naked Security
    The girl's parents want access to her account to see if her death was the result of cyberbullying.
  • Linux, malware and data breaches – what can we learn? [VIDEO]

    Sophos - Naked Security
    We think Gentoo Linux did a good job in a bad situation following its recent malware invasion, and we can all learn something from that.
  • “Bitcoins for cash in bags” trader gets 12 months in prison

    Sophos - Naked Security
    This former stockbroker dealt with murky clients, including one she knew only as "David", aka "Pirate Sh*t".
  • Why Problem-Solving Can Detract from Innovation

    Isaca
    Editor’s note: Luke Williams, author, professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business and founder of the W.R. Berkley Innovation Labs, will give the closing keynote address at the GRC Conference 2018, to take place 13-15 August in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Williams recently visited with ISACA Now to discuss how enterprises can spark more innovation, the concept of disruptive hypotheses and more. The following is a transcript of the interview, edited for length and clarity:ISACA No...
  • Timehop data breach is worse than they initially said

    Graham Cluley
    ‘Time capsule’ app Timehop has revealed that it made a boo-boo when it initially shared details over the weekend of a data breach involving millions of users’ names, email addresses, and phone numbers.

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