By exploiting webcams and other IoT devices, hackers can spy on private and professional conversations, potentially giving them access to sensitive information, says BitSight. Image: Peter/Adobe Stock Imagine a cybercriminal hacking into an internet-facing webcam set up in your organization and spying on a meeting, a manufacturing process or an . . . Read more
Tens of thousands of cameras have failed to patch a critical, 11-month-old CVE, leaving thousands of organizations exposed.
Belgian researcher Lennert Wouters revealed at Black Hat how he mounted a successful fault injection attack on a user terminal for SpaceX’s satellite-based internet system
Environmentalists and policymakers warn water treatment plants are ripe for attack.
Rob Gurzeev, CEO and Co-Founder of CyCognito, explores external attack surface soft spots tied to an ever-expanding number of digital assets companies too often struggle to keep track of and manage effectively.
Malware borrows generously from code used by other botnets such as Mirai, Qbot and Zbot.
Fronton botnet has far more ability than launching DDOS attack, can track social media trends and launch suitable propaganda.
A flaw in all versions of the popular C standard libraries uClibe and uClibe-ng can allow for DNS poisoning attacks against target devices.
Here’s what you need to know – plus some sensible advice for all the devices on your home or small biz network!
14 Apr, 2022
Cryptocurrency, Cryptography, darkweb, Hydra, IoT, Naked Security Podcast, podcast, PQC, quantum computing, robot, Security News, takedown, Vulnerability
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