Day: September 17, 2021

Data wrapping: transformando los datos en experiencias

El análisis de datos resulta bastante útil para un sinfín de propósitos. La gran mayoría lo usa para obtener información precisa sobre el desempeño de ciertas áreas o de la empresa en general. ¿Es posible crear valor para los usuarios … The post Data wrapping: transformando los datos en experiencias appeared first on ManageEngine Blog. …

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Mirai Botnet Actively Exploiting OMIGOD Flaw

Researchers Say OMIGOD Vulnerability Can Give Attackers Root PrivilegesThe Mirai botnet is actively exploiting the known vulnerability CVE-2021-38647, which is part of a quarter of vulnerabilities dubbed OMIGOD, in Microsoft’s Azure Linux Open Management Infrastructure framework, according to Kevin Beaumont, head of the security operations center for Arcadia Group.Read the article

Crime Report: September 17, 2021 – Newsroom – Newsroom

This report is published every weekday, except County holidays. The information in each report covers significant criminal incidents generally from the day before; reports published on Monday cover the preceding Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Some incidents may appear a day or two after the occurrence. This report is not a comprehensive list of every police …

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Putting an Afterburner on an Electric Ducted Fan

Afterburners are commonly agreed to be the coolest feature of military fighter aircraft. Injecting raw fuel into the exhaust stream of a jet engine, afterburners are responsible for that red-hot flaming exhaust and the key to many aircraft achieving supersonic flight. [Integza] wanted to see if the same concept could be applied to an electric …

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W3C group weighs: What is Google’s browser role in privacy? | Three-quarters of Americans want federal privacy law

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Cytracom acquires OmniNet to deliver security and connectivity solutions for their customers

Cytracom announced the acquisition of OmniNet. OmniNet combines SD-WAN and cloud security to enable secure connectivity without the need for or limitations of traditional, on-premises UTMs and firewalls. “Cytracom is solely focused on enabling our partners to connect the modern workforce. Our mission began with building a partner-first voice platform that has since expanded to …

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Kolide raises $17M to fuel the growth and expansion of its go-to market strategy

Kolide raised $17M in Series B investment funding bringing the total funding to date to $27M. The round was led by Boston-based OpenView Partners, a VC that exclusively invests in product-led SaaS B2B companies. OpenView joined other participating investors such as Matrix Partners, who previously led the Series A. Kolide is betting big on a …

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Grief Gang’s New Quadruple Extortion Scheme Doesn’t Change the Game

Imagine heading to work on a Monday morning. You stop at Starbucks on the way in for a little caffeine jumpstart. Traffic was bad—as usual, but you’ve seen worse. You sit down at your desk and bring your computer to life and find a message on the display letting you know your systems have been …

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CVE-2021-26333 AMD Chipset Driver flaw allows obtaining sensitive data

Chipmaker AMD has addressed a vulnerability in PSP driver, tracked as CVE-2021-26333, that could allow an attacker to obtain sensitive information from the targeted system. Chipmaker AMD has addressed a medium severity issue in Platform Security Processor (PSP) chipset driver, tracked as CVE-2021-26333, that could allow an attacker to obtain sensitive information from the targeted system. …

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The Week in Ransomware – September 17th 2021 – REvil decrypted

It has been an interesting week with decryptors released, ransomware gangs continuing to rail against negotiators, and the US government expected to sanction crypto exchanges next week. This week’s biggest news is that soon after REvil returned from its two-month absence, Bitdefender released a master decryptor that allows victims encrypted by REvil before July 13th …

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Jason Chan joins Torq CISO Advisory Board

Torq announced that Jason Chan has joined the company’s CISO Advisory board. The former leader of information security at Netflix, Jason will leverage his decades-long career building and leading security teams to help Torq continue to accelerate product development and build the company’s market presence. He will work closely with Torq’s leadership and product teams, …

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Yes, of course there's now malware for Windows Subsystem for Linux

Linux binaries have been found trying to take over Windows systems in what appears to be the first publicly identified malware to utilize Microsoft’s Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to install unwelcome payloads. On Thursday, Black Lotus Labs, the threat research group at networking biz Lumen Technologies, said it had spotted several malicious Python files …

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Network Security Trends: May-July 2021

Executive Summary Unit 42 researchers continue to observe network security trends, tracking how cybercriminals take advantage of vulnerabilities in the real world. The following sections present our analysis of the most recently published vulnerabilities, including their severity and category distribution. Additionally, we provide insight into how the vulnerabilities are exploited in the wild based on …

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U.S. to sanction crypto exchanges, wallets used by ransomware

The Biden administration is expected to issue sanctions against crypto exchanges, wallets, and traders used by ransomware gangs to convert ransom payments into fiat money. With ransomware attacks against US interests and infrastructure escalating over the past two years, the White House has increased its efforts to disrupt ransomware operations. According to reporting by the …

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CDNetworks Launch a New Live Streaming Solution Named Cloud Live

Diamond Bar, California – September 10, 2021, CDNetworks (www.cdnetworks.com), the global leading Content Delivery Network (CDN) provider, today announced the official release of its new live streaming solution – Cloud Live, designed to deliver a seamless streaming experience and make video streaming professional and efficient. Cloud Live is surely a right live streaming solution for …

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How to use VPN to access blocked websites?

By Owais Sultan This article highlights easy ways to bypass censorship, especially how one can use VPN to access blocked websites. This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: How to use VPN to access blocked websites? Support the originator by clicking the read the rest link below. Read the article

DIY Laser Speckle Imaging Uncovers Hidden Details

It sure sounds like “laser speckle imaging” is the sort of thing you’d need grant money to experiment with, but as [anfractuosity] recently demonstrated, you can get some very impressive results with a relatively simple hardware setup and some common open source software packages. In fact, you might already have all the components required to …

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Sinking of submarine deal leaves Franco-US friendship in tatters

Australia’s scrapping of the “contract of the century” with France in favour of a trilateral security pact with the US and UK has also seen the scrapping of a gala event in Washington Friday that was intended to celebrate the Franco-American friendship. The dust has yet to settle on Canberra’s surprise decision to terminate a …

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Pakistani sentenced to 12 years in prison for bribing AT&T employees

The US federal government accused the Pakistani citizen of bribing AT&T telecoms employees for five years to help unlock more than 2 million phones and inject malware into the company’s network. He was sentenced to 12 years in prison for what the judge called “a horrific cybercrime over a long period of time,” which allegedly continued even …

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Attackers Exploit OMIGOD Flaw in Azure Despite Microsoft Fixes

Cybercriminals are targeting Linux-based servers running Microsoft’s Azure public cloud environment that are vulnerable to flaws after Microsoft didn’t automatically apply a patch on affected clients in its infrastructure. According to cybersecurity firm Recorded Future, the attacks began the night of Sept. 16 after a proof-of-concept exploit was published earlier in the day on GitHub. …

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