Day: November 20, 2021

Cyware partners with Flashpoint to empower security teams to automate threat response workflows

Cyware announced an expanded partnership with Flashpoint to deliver intelligent automation to security teams. The partnership now features a solution that enables customers to leverage Flashpoint’s intelligence data with Cyware’s Security Orchestration Layer (CSOL), providing the advanced workflow automation necessary to help security analysts build more efficiency into threat response. The enhanced partnership features Cyware’s …

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Armorblox email security platform integrates with Microsoft Sentinel to help stop email-based BEC

Armorblox announced that it has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA), a coalition of independent software vendors and managed security service providers that have integrated their solutions into Microsoft’s security product ecosystem to help joint customers better defend themselves against a world of increasing cyber threats. To be considered for MISA, organizations must be …

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Nutanix names Anja Hamilton as Chief People Officer

Nutanix announced that it has named Anja Hamilton as Chief People Officer, effective January 4, 2022. With more than 20 years of experience in human resources leadership roles, Hamilton brings deep expertise in accelerating growth through aligning people with business and customer objectives, shaping corporate culture, and creating an employee-first environment. She will be responsible …

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Update: 1768.py Version 0.0.10

Update: 1768.py Version 0.0.10 This new version of 1768.py, my tool to analyze Cobalt Strike beacons, adds some small changes, like extra tests and defines more field names. 1768_v0_0_10.zip (https)MD5: 603EFE48CF8740397562F65C9E22B648SHA256: 67F2D59FCE9757B10FE4B50C7D7CD284D36AE21912A13531820AC0BDA8ABC0C1 No comments yet.Read more

Infobip reinforces commitment to data privacy and security with completion of HIPAA

Global communications company Infobip successfully obtained a dedicated HIPAA attestation report on 30 September 2021, representing an important milestone in demonstrating the maturity of the company’s data privacy and security program, that meets the needs of customers subject to HIPAA. The examination was performed by an independent service auditor according to the SSAE 18 standard, …

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U.S. banking regulators order banks to notify cybersecurity incidents in 36 hours

U.S. banking regulators have approved a new rule that orders banks to notify federal regulators of significant cybersecurity incidents within 36 hours. U.S. banking regulators this week approved a rule that obliges banks to report any major cybersecurity incidents to the government within 36 hours of discovery. Major cybersecurity incidents are attacks that impact operations of …

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Registry-Recon – Cobalt Strike Aggressor Script That Performs System/AV/EDR Recon

Cobalt Strike Aggressor Script that Performs System/AV/EDR Recon. Author: Jess Hires Description As a red-team practitioner, we are often using tools that attempt to fingerprint details about a compromised system, preferably in the most stealthy way possible. Some of our usual tooling for this started getting flagged by EDR products, due to the use of …

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Study Shows Top 200 Passwords are the Most Common

An annual study on top-used passwords published by NordPass shows that people are still using weak credentials, exposing themselves to serious risks. The study was based on the analysis of a 4TB database of passwords from 50 countries. Security Affairs Read more about : 1Password The Right Choice For Password Management Application Read more

Leveraging Legitimate Services for Malware and Phishing

  Legitimate third-party Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) providers are becoming increasingly leveraged by threat actors for phishing and malware deployment. PaaS providers such as cloud instances, marketing platforms, content delivery networks (CDN), and dynamic DNS servers have been weaponised for a range of malicious activities. One of the key benefits is that they can be used to evade …

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NJ: Spotswood Public Schools notifying 424 employees impacted by a ransomware incident

Here’s another k-12 data security incident that does not appear to have made news or to have been revealed on a school district’s website (at least as far as DataBreaches.net can determine): On behalf of Spotswood Public Schools in New Jersey, Baker & Hostetler notified the  Maine Attorney General’s Office that Spotswood experienced a ransomware …

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Tesla suffers Outage; Owners unable to Drive their cars

Some Tesla owners across the globe could not start their cars due to an outage of the company’s servers.This appears to be affecting various parts of Europe, the United States and South Korea. Tesla ’s server outage is affecting some of its owners across the world, wherein they could not connect their phone to their …

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Microsoft Exchange servers hacked in internal reply-chain attacks

Threat actors are hacking Microsoft Exchange servers using ProxyShell and ProxyLogon exploits to distribute malware and bypass detection using stolen internal reply-chain emails. When threat actors conduct malicious email campaigns, the hardest part is to trick users into trusting the sender enough so that they open up linked to or included malware-distributing attachments. TrendMicro researchers …

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11 Malicious Python Packages Downloaded Over 41,000 Times Caught Stealing Tokens & Passwords

The security engineers of the Python Package Index (PyPI) have recently detected 11 malicious Python packages that were downloaded more than 41,000 times, and these malicious Python packages were used by the threat actors to steal access tokens and passwords. But luckily all these 11 malicious Python packages were removed by them since it is …

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Microsoft Reports Evolution of Iranian Hacking Groups

Security From September 2020, the tech giant has been tracking six Iranian hacking groups (DEV-0146, DEV-0227, DEV-0198, DEV-0500, Rubidium, and Phosphorus) spreading ransomware and stealing data. From September 2020, the tech giant has been tracking six Iranian hacking groups (DEV-0146, DEV-0227, DEV-0198, DEV-0500, Rubidium, and Phosphorus) spreading ransomware and stealing data. Read more

Microsoft Reports Evolution of Iranian Hacking Groups

Security From September 2020, the tech giant has been tracking six Iranian hacking groups (DEV-0146, DEV-0227, DEV-0198, DEV-0500, Rubidium, and Phosphorus) spreading ransomware and stealing data. From September 2020, the tech giant has been tracking six Iranian hacking groups (DEV-0146, DEV-0227, DEV-0198, DEV-0500, Rubidium, and Phosphorus) spreading ransomware and stealing data. Read more

Microsoft Reports Evolution of Iranian Hacking Groups

Security From September 2020, the tech giant has been tracking six Iranian hacking groups (DEV-0146, DEV-0227, DEV-0198, DEV-0500, Rubidium, and Phosphorus) spreading ransomware and stealing data. From September 2020, the tech giant has been tracking six Iranian hacking groups (DEV-0146, DEV-0227, DEV-0198, DEV-0500, Rubidium, and Phosphorus) spreading ransomware and stealing data. Read more

RedCurl Corporate Espionage Hackers Return With Updated Hacking Tools

A corporate cyber-espionage hacker group has resurfaced after a seven-month hiatus with new intrusions targeting four companies this year, including one of the largest wholesale stores in Russia, while simultaneously making tactical improvements to its toolset in an attempt to thwart analysis. “In every attack, the threat actor demonstrates extensive red teaming skills and the …

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Best Cryptography Tools in 2022

Computing systems are deeply ingrained into modern human lifestyles and business practices. Specifically, digital technologies are applied in every domain, including healthcare, security, transportation, marketing, banking, and education. As a result, data has become a vital asset. In addition, companies require data to derive business value, whereas attackers target data for monetary and other gains. …

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