Tag: security flaw

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Hacking campaign uses infected James Webb Telescope image

Hacking campaign uses infected James Webb Telescope image

Investigators discovered a new malware campaign that uses gigapixel images from the James Web Project to distribute malware on target computers. The James Web Telescope (JWST) was launched after more than two decades of planning and development. It's a turning point for astronomy, but sadly also... Read more

date28 days ago
PyPI packages under attack after phishers target developers

PyPI packages under attack after phishers target developers

Developers and maintainers of PyPI are under attack by digital scammers through email phishing. Several PyPI developers and maintainers have fallen for phishing scams conducted by digital scammers. The malicious campaign was disclosed by Adam Johnson, a project board member at Django, who receiv... Read more

date1 month ago
New phishing scam targets Microsoft 365 accounts of executives

New phishing scam targets Microsoft 365 accounts of executives

Mitiga finds the Microsoft 365 accounts of business executives under attack by malicious attackers who use a combined strategy of spear phishing and man-in-the-middle methods. Cybersecurity firm Mitiga disclosed that a dubious Business Email Compromise (BEC) campaign is continuously targeting Mi... Read more

date1 month ago
Microsoft advises Mac users to patch

Microsoft advises Mac users to patch

An exploit in macOS could allow hackers to bypass sandbox securities and execute code. Microsoft urges users to patch as soon as possible. Microsoft researchers identified a flaw in macOS. The flaw allows hackers to bypass macOS' Sandbox App and execute code on targeted systems. According to Ap... Read more

date3 months ago
White hats reported Kaseya VSA flaw in April

White hats reported Kaseya VSA flaw in April

One of the vulnerabilities found in Kaseya's IT management software was reported to the vendor earlier this year in April. However, there was not enough time to get a patch ready, and subsequently, the bug ended up being exploited by attackers who managed to affect up to 1,500 businesses. As man... Read more

date1 year ago
Vulnerability in Microsoft Teams could have compromised accounts

Vulnerability in Microsoft Teams could have compromised accounts

Microsoft recently released a patch for a severe flaw found in Teams, that could have allowed bad actors to breach a user’s account. The vulnerability was discovered by Evan Grant, who works at Tenable, and is related to a feature in Microsoft Teams that allows users to launch apps as tabs within... Read more

date1 year ago
Millions of smartphones have Qualcomm vulnerability

Millions of smartphones have Qualcomm vulnerability

Slava Makkaveev, from Check Point Software Technologies, published a blog post on Thursday showing a security flaw in Qualcomm’s Mobile Station Modem Interface. It can be exploited to control the modem and dynamically patch it from the application processor. An attacker could use the flaw to e... Read more

date1 year ago
Student PCs vulnerable because of flaws in monitoring program

Student PCs vulnerable because of flaws in monitoring program

Researchers have found numerous critical vulnerabilities in popular remote monitoring software. What makes the incident problematic is that it could affect the safety and privacy of students. McAfee disclosed on Monday that there are several security gaps in Netop Vision Pro. The software is ... Read more

date2 years ago
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