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In today's rapidly evolving SaaS environment, the focus is on human users. This is one of the most compromised areas in SaaS security management and requires strict governance of user roles and permissions, monitoring of privileged users, their level of activity (dormant, active, hyperactive), their type (internal/ external), whether they are joiners, movers, or leavers, and more. Not
Threat actors are using Facebook messages to spread a Python-based information stealer dubbed Snake, researchers warn. Cybereason researchers warn that threat actors are utilizing Facebook messages to spread the Snake malware, a Python-based information stealer. The researchers noticed that the threat actors are maintaining three different Python Infostealer variants. Two of these variants are re


The role of the CISO continuously evolves in tandem with the growing reliance on cybersecurity as a business enabler. But it is possible that the SEC has pitched a curveball with its increasing assertiveness? The post appeared first on SecurityWeek .
The national intelligence agency of Moldova warns of hybrid attacks from Russia ahead of the upcoming elections. The Moldovan national intelligence agency warns of hybrid attacks from Russia ahead of the upcoming elections. 2024 is a crucial year for Moldova; like more than 70 other countries worldwide, it will go to the polls, and the outcome will also determine the request to join the European
The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) announced the indictment of a 38-year-old Chinese national and a California resident of allegedly stealing proprietary information from Google while covertly working for two China-based tech companies. Linwei Ding (aka Leon Ding), a former Google engineer who was arrested on March 6, 2024, "transferred sensitive Google trade secrets and other confidential


Facebook messages are being used by threat actors to a Python-based information stealer dubbed Snake that’s designed to capture credentials and other sensitive data. “The credentials harvested from unsuspecting users are transmitted to different platforms such as Discord, GitHub, and Telegram,” Cybereason researcher Kotaro Ogino said in a technical report. Details about the campaign&
U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) adds Apple iOS and iPadOS memory corruption vulnerabilities to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities catalog. The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) added the following vulnerabilities to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) catalog : CVE-2024-23225 Apple iOS and iPadOS Memory Corruption Vulnerability CVE-20
A new Linux malware campaign campaign is targeting misconfigured Apache Hadoop, Confluence, Docker, and Redis instances. Researchers from Cado Security observed a new Linux malware campaign targeting misconfigured Apache Hadoop, Confluence, Docker, and Redis instances. The threat actors behind this campaign employed previously undetected payloads, including four Golang binaries that are used to a
Critical vulns in USB under ESXi and desktop hypervisors found by Chinese researchers at cracking contest Hypervisors are supposed to provide an inviolable isolation layer between virtual machines and hardware. But hypervisor heavyweight VMware by Broadcom yesterday revealed its hypervisors are not quite so inviolable as it might like.…
Singaporean researchers note rising presence of ChatGPT creds in Infostealer malware logs Stolen ChatGPT credentials are a hot commodity on the dark web, according to Singapore-based threat intelligence firm Group-IB, which claims to have found some 225,000 stealer logs containing login details for the service last year.…
Threat actors have been leveraging fake websites advertising popular video conferencing software such as Google Meet, Skype, and Zoom to deliver a variety of malware targeting both Android and Windows users since December 2023. “The threat actor is distributing Remote Access Trojans (RATs) including SpyNote RAT for Android platforms, and NjRAT and DCRat for Windows
Is there any truth behind the alleged data breach at Fortnite maker Epic Games? Who launched the ransomware attack that caused a fallout at pharmacies? And what’s the latest on the heart-breaking hack of Finnish therapy clinic Vastaamo? All this and much much more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security” podcast … Continue reading ""



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