Easy CSS attack can crash any iPhone
A security researcher has found a new way to crash and restart iPhones. For that, he only needed a few lines of code. The code also works for iPads and MacBooks. In the latter case, Safari crashes when a user opens the link.
Security researcher Sabri Haddouche discovered the error in the Apple softw... Read more
Zscaler Private Access becomes the first Security Competence status of AWS for Zero Trust
Zscaler Private Access (ZPA) is the first zero trust architecture to be awarded the AWS Security Competency status. The architecture safely connects authorized users and devices to specified, internally managed applications without exposing the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) to the Internet.
Wit... Read more
Add-ons from popular media player Kodi are infected with malware
ESET states that its analysts have discovered that add-ons for the open-source media player Kodi are infected with malware and are targeted at Windows and Linux users. This is apparent from a report that has yet to be published.
ZDNet states that today on the basis of notification from the firm. At ... Read more
Personal mobile devices pose the greatest risk within business networks
Personal mobile devices are the biggest threat to a business network. Although employees work from home, or like the BYOD principle, both pose a great risk to IT and security teams.
That's what a new investigation by Duo Security shows. The company interviewed one hundred British IT professionals an... Read more
Lenovo unveils end-to-end security ThinkShield for all its devices
Lenovo today unveiled ThinkShield. This security solution must protect the company's devices throughout their entire lifecycle. Users are also protected online and identities and credentials are kept safe.
ThinkShield is a process that keeps Lenovo products as safe as possible from start to finish. ... Read more
EU wants tech companies to remove extremist content within one hour
The European Union has proposed that large Internet platforms should be fined if they fail to filter out extremist content within one hour. These services include Facebook, Google and Twitter. This is still a proposal, not a policy.
Last March, the European Union asked Internet companies to indicate... Read more
British Airways was hacked by Magecart, the group that also attacked Ticketmaster…
Researchers from British Airways have discovered that the group that recently performed a large hack is the same one that attacked Ticketmaster. The Magecard Group has been active since 2015, when it was first discovered by researchers from RisqIQ and ClearSky.
The group regularly attacks webshops a... Read more
Hackers increasingly abuse public cloud services for DDoS attacks
Hackers are increasingly abusing public cloud services to carry out DDoS attacks. More than a quarter of DDoS attacks take advantage of this. The most abused public cloud service is Microsoft Azure.
The public cloud is increasingly being used by hackers to carry out DDoS attacks. A quarter of the cr... Read more
WordPress phishing campaign steals with fake database upgrade login details
Researchers from Sucuri have come across a new phishing campaign that focuses on WordPress sites. This involves sending fake messages about database upgrades in order to eventually cause major problems for website owners and operators.
The attack campaign distinguishes itself from previous phishing ... Read more
Microsoft reveals how it deals with security issues in Windows
Microsoft has released two documents detailing how the company deals with security issues. The documents were prepared by the Microsoft Security Response Center (MSRC) within a year. This department receives and handles security-related reports on bugs.
The two documents consist of a website and a ... Read more