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The day's top cybersecurity news and in-depth coverage

August 02, 2023

Why you need activity logging in Microsoft 365 and how to get it

A Chinese hacker’s intrusion though a US government Microsoft 365 account is a wake-up call to review your current logging stance.
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Cisco adds new ransomware recovery capabilities to XDR solution

Features reduce the time between the beginnings of a ransomware outbreak and capturing a snapshot of business-critical information to enhance business continuity.
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Pentagon investigating compromise in Air Force communications: Report

Unauthorized access by an engineer at the Air Education and Training Command affected communications across 17 Air Force facilities, as well as a possible FBI communications breach.
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Menlo turns up the HEAT on web browser attacks with new threat prevention suite

HEAT Shield and HEAT Visibility prevent attacks from infiltrating enterprise networks and provide actionable intelligence on threats.
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SpecterOps’ open source pentesting software receives major updates

Bloodhound CE will include containerized deployment and REST APIs to help open source users with penetration tests.
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New peer-to-peer worm infects Redis instances through Lua vulnerability

The worm, d믭 P2PInfect, works across platforms and is resistant to takedowns. It might be the first stage of a larger attack.
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In new ransomware model, cloud provider acts as front for bad actors: report

A new report from anti-ransomware vendor Halcyon said that virtual private server provider Cloudzy is being used to host malicious activity from numerous sources.
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