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"Banks in attackers' crosshairs via open source software supply chain."

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BGP Software Vulnerabilities Under the Microscope in Black Hat Session

In a nod to its centrality in IP networking, a Forescout researcher will parse overlooked vulnerabilities in the Border Gateway Protocol at Black Hat USA.

Banks In Attackers' Crosshairs, Via Open Source Software Supply Chain

In separate targeted incidents, threat actors tried to upload malware into the Node Package Manager registry to gain access and steal credentials.

Rootkit Attack Detections Increase at UAE Businesses

Detections of rootkit attacks against businesses in the United Arab Emirates are up 167% in 2023, with an increased view of their use in the Middle East overall.

CVSS 4.0 Is Here, But Prioritizing Patches Still a Hard Problem

CVSS Version 4 arguably performs better, but companies also need to tailor any measure of threat to their own environment to quickly evaluate new software bugs for patching order.

Saudi Arabia's Tuwaiq Academy Opens Cybersecurity Bootcamp

Registration has opened for the cybersecurity specialty track at Tuwaiq Academy, where students will learn a variety of related skills.

Microsoft 365 Breach Risk Widens to Millions of Azure AD Apps

China-linked APT actors could have single-hop access to the gamut of Microsoft cloud services and apps, including SharePoint, Teams, and OneDrive, among many others.

White House, Big Tech Ink Commitments to Secure AI

With Big Tech companies pledging voluntary safeguards, industry-watchers assume that smaller AI purveyors will follow in their wake to make AI safer for all.

North Korean Attackers Targeted Crypto Companies in JumpCloud Breach

Analysts continue piecing together who breached JumpCloud, why, and what else they've managed to pull off.


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