Will the colossal payout further embolden financially-motivated cybercrooks? Reports that Colonial Pipeline paid a $5 million ransom to restore operations on the US’ largest fuelRead more
Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Tor Browser all affected by ‘scheme flooding’ attacks A vulnerability that can allow websites to identify and track users, bypassing privacyRead more
Research highlights need for sysadmins to ‘lock down any features that end customers can access’ A newly patched bug in Open Distro, a software packageRead more
Concerns surface about resource constraints, information sharing, and buck-passing in the workplace Many software developers working for large organizations admit to releasing applications they knowRead more
Open source utility automates and simplifies testing for known Jenkins exploits Accenture has released Jenkins Attack Framework (JAF), a new tool aimed at pen testersRead more
The malware strain shut down operations at the US fuel provider last week Further details related to notorious ransomware DarkSide have emerged, as the FBIRead more
John Leyden 12 May 2021 at 15:03 UTC Updated: 12 May 2021 at 15:11 UTC Announcement comes as GCHQ boss emphasizes need to confront RussiaRead more
How do you solve a problem like North Korea? Crippled by economic sanctions and isolated from the rest of the world bar China, North KoreaRead more
Security legislation, ransomware, and supply chain attacks top the agenda at this year’s CyberUK UK Home Secretary Priti Patel has announced plans to review theRead more
Education institution releases more details after third-party Accellion hack The University of California (UC) has released further details of a data breach affecting staff andRead more
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