The amount of illegal cryptocurrency mining that is now taking place makes keeping track a difficult task, but here is a quick roundup of what was has been spotted over the last few days.
Warnings that the 2018 Winter Olympic Games would be the target for hackers came true almost immediately as the Pyeongchang computer system was hit with a "destroyer" cyber-attack knocking its website and other services offline.
Cisco Systems on Wednesday issued 20 security updates, notably patching a critical vulnerability in two router products that could resulted in remote code execution or a denial of service condition.
Cisco Systems on Monday released a second fix for a critical vulnerability in the XML parser of its Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) after finding additional attack vendors and learning that its previous repair job was insufficient.
Cisco Systems on Wednesday issued a security update that fixes a high-severity denial of service vulnerability in release version 5.3.4 of its IOS XR Software for the Aggregation Services Router (ASR) 9000 Series.
Hackers could run code on VPN box. Cisco has confirmed a critical security vulnerability in its SSL VPN solution, Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA), one of the most widely-deployed SSL VPNs on the market.
Cisco's latest security update patches an Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software vulnerability that could allow an attacker to gain complete control of an affected system.
In the US the National Cyber Security Alliance's Data Privacy Day kick off event took place on 25 January, three days before the actual event yesterday, and featured several events including a conference that was livestreamed.
Many organisations have been investing in resources and processes to meet GDPR standards ahead of the May deadline according to Cisco's first Privacy Maturity Benchmark Study.
Cisco Systems on Wednesday issued 26 security updates to fix an array of vulnerabilities, including high-impact bugs in its Unified Customer Voice Portal (CVP), its NX-OS Software, and its Email Security Appliance (ESA).
Cisco Talos researchers identified multiple unpatched vulnerabilities in the Blender Open Source 3D creation suite that could allow an attacker to run arbitrary code.
The first-ever US-based Radware Hacker's Challenge took place in NYC last week, daring pentesters, bug bounty hunters, and other security pros to launch attacks on a simulated network and website in a race against the clock.
Cisco released patches for multiple vulnerabilities in its WebEx Recording Format and Advanced Recoding Format Players to address vulnerabilities.
Cisco has patched a critical flaw in its Voice-OS which could allow an unauthenticated, remote hacker to gain elevated access to 12 types of its products.
Cisco released a series of updates to address vulnerabilities affecting its IOS and IOS XE products one of which could have allowed remote code execution in both products.
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Cisco issues patch for Extrabacon vulnerability but thousands of routers at risk from exploit allegedly created by the NSA's Equation Group.
The world's biggest networking equipment company, Cisco Systems, will layoff about 14,000 employees.
A supposedly legitimate French software firm, Tuto4PC, has actually infected an estimated 12 million PC users with a generic Trojan disguised as downloadable utilities programmes, according to an analysis from Cisco's Talos research division.
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Cisco issued five security alerts last week, issuing software updates to patch a series of vulnerabilities, any of which could potentially trigger a denial of service condition.
Cisco Wednesday warned users of a critical vulnerability in Nexus 3000 and 3500 series switches.
Christophe Jolly of Cisco France took the stage at FIC 2016 to outline the fundamental security problems in the looming "internet of everything".
Californian tech giant Cisco has released an advisory statement explaining that its chat client Jabber is currently vulnerable to a man-in-the-middle attack.
The most recent operating system from Cisco, IOS XE Release 16.1.1, shipped with a vulnerability that can allow hackers to take control of network devices and cause an affected device to reload.
Cisco has struck a blow to a hacker group that interrupted a significant international revenue stream that was produced by the Angler exploit kit.
Cisco has embraced an "enhanced and simplified" view of vulnerabilities in its products.