News & Updates
Unsecured AWS S3 Servers Lead to Steep Settlement Fee for Dating App Jack’d, Exposed Data for Fortune 100 CompaniesJuly 03, 2019Jack’d, a chat and dating app that caters to “gay, bisexual, and curious men,” has been hit with a US$240,000 settlement payment and an order to improve security after it failed to secure a leaky Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 server that contained users’ privat
- July 01, 2019Google took down an app after being found stealing the Facebook and Google credentials of its users, along with performing other malicious activities. The malicious app, a horror game, managed to log over 50,000 downloads, before becoming unavailable.
- June 28, 2019A malicious spam campaign conducted in April used ISO image files to deliver the notorious LokiBot and NanoCore trojans.
- June 28, 2019With social media becoming more relevant to businesses today, organizations can take a proactive stance to secure it and even make it safer for everyone else connected to it.
- June 28, 2019Criminal sellers are peddling ready-to-use ATM malware in underground markets for hacking into banks. In this report, we discuss how criminals advertise and even provide instructions on how to pull off a digital heist.
- June 27, 2019Industrial facilities have been increasingly reliant on the industrial internet of things (IIoT) but these facilities also have to defend against new threats that take advantage of weaknesses and other attack vectors that come with the adoption of new technol
- June 27, 2019The Silex malware quickly spread and wiped IoT devices’ firmware. The malware, which only operated for a day or so, has already managed to brick thousands of IoT devices.
- June 26, 2019Kubernetes announced the discovery of CVE-2019-11246, a high-severity vulnerability affecting the command-line interface kubectl, during an ongoing third-party security audit.
- June 25, 2019The relatively new ransomware Sodinokibi is already using an array of vectors to infect victims. Aside from using spam and phishing emails, the group behind this malware continues to add more delivery methods to their arsenal.