The hijacking of Tesla's Amazon Web Server cloud system by rogue cryptominers is proof that no one is immune to a misconfigured AWS server nor cryptomining attacks.
In what has become an alarmingly routine occurrence, an unsecured Amazon S3 server - this time affiliated with FedEx - has exposed personal information of tens of thousands of users.
Hackers are increasingly turning to server-side attacks, according to a new report. Report notes fall in use of client-side exploit kits.
US remains a target as researchers at Forcepoint Labs uncovered possibly the first new PoS malware for two years. Named UDPoS, courtesy of how it relies upon User Datagram Protocol (UDP) DNS traffic for the exfiltration of data.
Despite its relatively small pool of viable targets, the malicious Windows-based downloader Hancitor continues to surface in malspam campaigns that recently have relied heavily on distribution servers.
Security researchers have found a new botnet that uses flaws connected to the Satori botnet and uses hosting services running multiplayer versions of Grand Theft Auto to infect IoT devices.
Shipping giant and NotPetya victim Maersk was forced to replace tens of thousands of servers and computers in the aftermath of the 17 June ransomware attack, the company's charman said in Davos at the World Economic Forum.
Cryptocurrency miners have begun using two older and already patched vulnerabilities to compromise servers to mine the Monero digital currency.
RubyMiner malware plants XMRig on vulnerable systems. Security researchers have discovered malware aimed at Linux and Windows servers running to mine cryptocurrency.
As misconfigured Amazon servers continue to leak sensitive data Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) is the latest culprit of administrators not properly securing their cloud servers.
Amazon is taking action to combat the recent wave of its Amazon S3 server being left misconfigured subsequently exposing potentially sensitive data.
Another misconfigured Amazon server has resulted in the exposure of personal data - this time on 50,000 Australian employees that were left unsecure by a third-party contractor.
A recent study by SkyHigh Networks found seven percent of all Amazon S3 servers are exposed which may explain a recent surge of data leaks in the last few months including the information on 198 million American voters.
By following best practices and incorporating security measures when setting up an email server, you will be able to protect yourself from the most frequent and dangerous scenarios says Marcell Gogan.
Attackers secretly modified at least five software packages distributed by network connectivity and server management solutions provider NetSarang in order to infect its business users with modular backdoor spyware.
Hackers are said to be rushing to develop exploits as Microsoft says it won't patch flaw in Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 on Windows Server 2003.
Starting last Thursday (9 March 2017), AlienVault has seen a high number of attackers trying to exploit this vulnerability and recommends patching as soon as possible.
Imgur, the photo-sharing website, has been exploited in a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.