Hackers using point-of-concept exploit code for the highly critical “SMBGhost” bug - aka EternalDarkness - that Microsoft patched in March in its Server Message Block 3.1.1 (SMBv3) protocol
Last week Cisco Systems released a series of security advisories addressing a total of 47 vulnerabilities, including three critical bugs that were found and fixed in IOS or IOS EX software.
Google has introduced multiple security fixes for the desktop edition of its Chrome browser and Mozilla has also done the same for Firefox and Firefox Extended Support Release.
Users of iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches that run on iOS 11 through 13.5 can now jailbreak their devices with new downloadable software from the hacking group Unc0ver.
Reflective dynamic-link library (DLL) injection found being used to infect victims with Netwalker ransomware in hopes of making the attacks untraceable while frustrating security analysts.
Malicious actors pounce on a pair of critical vulnerabilities found in SaltStack’s open-source, event-based IT automation & configuration management tool Salt. “Salt master” servers compromised.
The virus has rapidly reshaped the way business is being done on the dark web, as buyers and sellers jump on the opportunity to capitalise on global fears, as well as dramatic shifts in supply and demand.
Nation-state-sponsored hackers are reportedly targeting companies tasked with researching COVID-19, in some cases intruding into systems and performing reconnaissance.
Software vulnerability brokers are reportedly looking to sell two zero-day Zoom video conferencing app exploits – one affecting Windows clients and the other impacting OS X clients.
Cyber-criminals continue to ride on Covid-19 scare, with WHO remaining the prime target