New Linux Botnet Discovered

Log4j 2 is a Java logging library that is open source and extensively used in a variety of software applications and services throughout the world. The Log4j vulnerability gives threat…

DirtyMoe: Worming Modules

Avast –  Avast –  The DirtyMoe malware is deployed using various kits like PurpleFox or injected installers of Telegram Messenger that require user interaction. Complementary to this deployment, one of…

CISA and FBI warning: Hackers used these tricks to dodge multi-factor authentication and steal email from NGO

Russian state-sponsored hackers have used a clever technique to disable multi-factor authentication (MFA) and exploit a Windows 10 printer spooler flaw to compromise networks and high-value domain accounts. The goal?…

Thousands of Mobile Apps Expose User Data Via Cloud Misconfigurations

Check Point study urges developers to follow best practices

CISA: Fix MFA and Patch Promptly to Stop Russian Attackers

Alert explains how misconfigured authentication allowed hackers in

Kaspersky Hits Back at “Politically Motivated” BSI Advisory

German authorities had urged firms to replace the Russian vendor’s products

Australia's big four banks tackling cybersecurity with a team sport mentality

Phony Instagram ‘Support Staff’ Emails Hit Insurance Company

The phishing scam tried to steal login credentials by threatening account shutdown, due to users having purportedly shared “fake content.” A phishing campaign used the guise of Instagram technical support…

Australia's cyber laws potentially harmful to security: Critical Infrastructure community

Image: Shutterstock A slew of Australia’s critical infrastructure service providers and union groups have lambasted the federal government’s critical infrastructure cyber laws due to it requiring organisations to install third-party…

Kaspersky complains about 'political' German advisory against it

Logo: Kaspersky Lab // Composition: ZDNet Kaspersky has responded to an advisory issued against it by the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) saying users should replace its products…