30,000 WordPress Websites Are at Risk Due to RCE Bugs in PHP Everywhere

Three critical Remote Code Execution (RCE) weaknesses were discovered by cybersecurity experts in the ‘PHP Everywhere’ WordPress plugin, which is used by more than 30,000 sites all over the world.…

Maze, Egregor and Sekhmet Master Decryption Keys Provided by Their Developer

Decryptors for three popular ransomware families have been recently released by their supposed operator on the BleepingComputer forums. The ransomware operations under discussion are Maze ransomware, Egregor ransomware as well…

CISOs Reveal Biggest Challenges for Security Teams

The evolution of cyber threats and the confluence of new systems and legacy systems are biggest challenges, according to a panel of CISOs

Criminals Are Using SIM Swap Attacks to Steal Millions

According to reports obtained by the FBI via the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) in 2021, the number of complaints received from the general public in the United States is…

Linux malware attacks are on the rise, and businesses aren't ready for it

Cyber criminals are increasingly targeting Linux servers and cloud infrastructure to launch ransomware campaigns, cryptojacking attacks and other illicit activity – and many organisations are leaving themselves open to attacks…

PHP Everywhere code execution bugs impact thousands of WordPress websites

Critical remote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities in a popular WordPress plugin have been made public.  The RCE bugs impact PHP Everywhere, a utility for web developers to be able to…

FBI: SIM Swapping Attacks Have Surged Five-Fold

Feds warn crypto investors not to boast of assets online

New Ransomware Warning for Critical Infrastructure Providers

US, UK and Australian agencies claim mid-sized firms are increasingly targeted

Australian inquiry backs Taiwan CPTPP accession but doesn't do the same for China

Australia’s parliamentary body tasked with analysing the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) has come out in full support of extending the pact’s membership to Taiwan. In a…

Australia's anti-trolling Bill enters Parliament retaining defamation focus

Image: Getty Images The federal government has officially introduced the highly-publicised anti-trolling Bill into Parliament. The Bill, Social Media (Anti-Trolling) Bill 2022, was first announced by Australian Prime Minister Scott…