A team of security researchers has discovered several vulnerabilities in various implementations of OpenPGP and S/MIME email signature verification that could allow attackers to spoof signatures on over a dozen of popular email clients.
GlobalDots’ Bad Bot Landscape 2019 report investigates the daily attacks that sneak past sensors and wreak havoc on websites. It’s based on 2018 data collected from GlobalDots’ global network and includes hundreds of billions of bad bot requests anonymized over thousands of domains. Our goal is to[...]
How prepared are organizations when it comes to withstanding and recovering from a cyberattack? The fourth annual benchmark study on Cyber Resilience by IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute showed that 77 percent of them are still do not have a cybersecurity incident response plan applied[...]
A threat group with possible connections to the operators of the notorious Necurs botnet has employed what security vendor Bromium this week described as an Amazon-style fulfillment model to host and distribute malware on behalf of other cybercriminals.
Most (84%) businesses increased their cloud-based workloads in 2018, but lack of visibility into those workloads could compromise security and business value, cloud experts report. Only 13% of companies surveyed reported the same level of public cloud usage as the previous year.
Taiwanese computer maker ASUS may have inadvertently distributed malware to over 1 million users of its systems worldwide after attackers compromised software update servers at the company last year, Kaspersky Lab said in a report Monday.
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