CyberNews

Securing voice communications

Over the years numerous types of secure voice communications have been attempted, all with varying results. Some have been extremely successful, while others have become shorthand for badly implemented ideas. 

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DreamBus Botnet: An analysis

A new variant of the SystemdMiner threat dubbed DreamBus is impacting Linux servers around the globe to mine cryptocurrency. Linux servers serve an important role in cloud-based infrastructures. This operating

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What’s New at OffSec – May 2021

Discord Server Updates Server Statistics It’s been nearly a month since we’ve migrated the community from our Rocket.chat self-hosted platform to Discord.  Before Rocket.chat closed, we had roughly 8200 users

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Project Launch : Tracking Browser Security Enhancements

TL;DR: NotSoSecure is releasing a new project to track security enhancements or downgrades in browsers: https://notsosecure.github.io/browser-security-enhancements/ Introduction Our lives have been slowly moving from desktop applications to browser-based applications and

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VPNs and remote access technologies

Being able to spread a single network across multiple locations has been critical for both individuals and organizations. While dedicated point-to-point circuits are highly secure, they are extremely expensive and

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The ROI of security awareness training

For organizations that have experienced a data breach or ransomware attack, the benefits of security awareness training couldn’t be more clear. But for organizations that only run security awareness training

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CyberCX 2021 Budget Analysis

After experiencing one of the most challenging years in living memory, Australia has a unique opportunity to emerge from the pandemic-induced global recession in a strong position relative to comparable

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What’s New in ATT&CK v9?

Jamie WilliamsApr 29 · 6 min read By Jamie Williams (MITRE), Jen Burns (MITRE), Cat Self (MITRE), and Adam Pennington (MITRE) As we promised in the ATT&CK 2021 Roadmap, today

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Intel CET In Action

As part of our continuous update cycles for our Advanced Windows Exploitation (AWE) class, we examine each new security mitigation and ensure we understand how it works and how it

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