John Leyden 19 October 2020 at 13:33 UTC Updated: 19 October 2020 at 15:35 UTC Cambridge University boffins apply natural language processing to sort outRead more
The last quarter of 2020 has seen a wave of web application attacks which have used ransom letters to target businesses across a number of industries.Read more
SSJ is s silly little script that relies on docker installed on your everyday Linux distribution (Ubuntu, Debian, etc.) and magically arms it with hundredsRead more
Government experts are warning SharePoint customers to urgently patch a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability fixed by Microsoft last week. A National Cyber Security CentreRead more
The CEO of a US-based software firm has been charged with a decades-long tax evasion scheme said to have concealed as much as $2bn fromRead more
Google has revealed a nation state DDoS campaign against it originating from China, which may have been the biggest attack of its kind ever recorded.Read more
Every agency is looking to respond to change as quickly as possible, but there are limits. An organization is only as agile and adaptable asRead more
The Emotet botnet has begun to use a new malicious attachment that pretends to be a message from Windows Update telling you to upgrade MicrosoftRead more
RmiTaste allows security professionals to detect, enumerate, interact and attack RMI services by calling remote methods with gadgets from ysoserial. It also allows to callRead more
To install new cumulative updates, Windows 10 feature updates, or out-of-band updates, Windows users rely on the Windows Update feature to properly update their computer.Read more
A bug in the latest release of Chrome, and other Chromium-based browsers, is causing random debug.log files to be created on user’s desktops and otherRead more
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