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  • MAS Tightens Rules for Financial Firms in Singapore Post SolarWinds Cyberattack January 19, 2021
    The SolarWinds cyberattack has affected almost all the sectors around the globe. Taking into account the outreach and aftermath of the attack, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) has issued a new set of rules for effective tech risk management that came into effect on January 18, 2021. According to the MAS directives, all financial […]
  • FBI Warns Enterprises About Rising Vishing Attacks January 19, 2021
    The FBI is warning about threat actors targeting remote employees by exploiting network misconfigurations and remote workforce access privileges. The agency has issued a Private Industry Notification (PIN) to notify about various cyberattacks targeting global corporate networks to illicitly obtain employees’ credentials. It noted that cybercriminals are leveraging vishing techniques and chatrooms to perform social […]
  • Why Apple Dropped macOS Big Sur Feature ‘ContentFilterExclusionList’ January 19, 2021
    Apple has dropped a controversial feature from its macOS Big Sur 11.2 beta 2 that allowed 53 of its applications to evade security scans, third-party firewalls, and VPNs. The feature, dubbed ContentFilterExclusionList, allowed popular apps like App Store, iCloud, FaceTime, Music app, and Maps to bypass the security protocols, which could be exploited by cybercriminals. […]
  • Cybereason Partners with Intel for Hardware-Enabled Ransomware Prevention January 18, 2021
    AI-based cybersecurity firm Cybereason recently announced a collaboration with Intel Hardware Shield to provide protection against ransomware attacks without disrupting the CPU resource consumption. “The joint solution represents the first instance where PC hardware plays a direct role in ransomware defenses to better protect enterprise endpoints from costly attacks, and underscores both companies’ commitment to […]
  • The Largest Darknet Forum “Joker’s Stash” is Shutting Down January 18, 2021
    Joker’s Stash, an infamous dark web marketplace for trading stolen card data, has surprisingly announced that it is shutting down its operations by February 15, 2021. The site’s operators announced the closure via messages and advertisements posted on various hacking forums where the attackers usually advertised. Pressure from Authorities While the operators of Joker’s Stash […]
  • Google Delists 164 “CopyCatz Apps” for Spreading Malicious Ads January 18, 2021
    With people becoming more dependent on the app ecosystem, threat actors targeting unwitting users with fake mobile apps to compromise their accounts or steal sensitive data have become rampant. Despite multiple security checks and scans, many counterfeits and malicious apps remain undetected and make their way to the app markets. Recently, Google removed 164 malicious […]
  • Strengthen Your Cloud! CISA Warns Organizations Amid Rising Attacks January 15, 2021
    The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has advised users and organizations to strengthen their cloud security configurations after detecting multiple attacks targeting cloud services. In a security advisory, the agency stated that cybercriminals used advanced phishing and other attack vectors to exploit poorly configured cloud services. Brute Force and Pass-the-Cookie Attacks CISA claimed that […]
  • Nokia for U.S. Federal 5G Cybersecurity Project January 15, 2021
    Post Huawei’s ban from deploying 5G communications equipment in countries like the U.S., Australia, Taiwan, the U.K., and others, Nokia has now claimed the throne to become the main 5G solutions provider in NCCoE’s 5G Cybersecurity Project. Someone’s Loss is Someone’s Gain In July 2019, several researchers found evidence of Huawei’s involvement with Chinese state-sponsored […]
  • Microsoft’s First Patch Tuesday of 2021 is Here! Know Which Flaws are Fixed January 15, 2021
    Microsoft released the official patches for over 83 newly discovered vulnerabilities as part of its Patch Tuesday security updates, marking the first of many for 2021. The technology giant stated that the latest security updates address flaws in around 11 of Microsoft’s products and services, including an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability. Out of 83 vulnerabilities, […]
  • Unprotected Server Exposes Scraped Data of 214 Mn Social Media Users January 15, 2021
    Socialarks, a Chinese social media management company, recently suffered a massive data breach that exposed over 400GB of users’ personally identifiable information (PII). According to the researchers from Safety Detectives, an unsecured ElasticSearch database leaked the personal data of over 214 million social media users, globally, including celebrities and social media influencers. The database was […]