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Cloud-Focused Firms Earn High Marks for Security

Companies pushing the cloud envelope are most likely to run safer cleaner code.

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iOS 11 Update includes Patches for Eight Vulnerabilities

iOS 11 is out today with a new look and feel on the iPad. The release comes with eight patches for Apple iOS vulnerabilities.

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Phishing Campaign Abuses Compromised LinkedIn Accounts

A recently observed phishing campaign was abusing compromised LinkedIn accounts to distribute phishing…

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Attackers use MS Office to Leak System Profile Data

The exploit affects Windows, iOS and Android. Spear phishing campaigns with the attachments are groundwork for future attacks.

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VMware Patches Bug That Allows Guest to Execute Code on Host

VMware users are being encouraged to update due to a write vulnerability.

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Thousands of Servers Host Point-of-Sale Malware

15,000 insecure Elasticsearch servers with 4,000 hosting the Point-of-Sale malware strains Alina and JackPoS.

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Zerodium Offering $1M for Tor Browser Zero Days

The company said it will pay up to $1 million for fully functional, unknown zero day exploits for Tor Browser.

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Microsoft Patches .NET Vulnerability in September Update

.NET framework vulnerability allows attackers to “take control of an affected system.”

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Popular D-Link Router Riddled with Vulnerabilities

Bugs found in D-Link’s DIR-850L wireless AC1200 dual-band gigabit cloud routers which can be hijacked and taken control of.

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Android Vulnerable to ‘High-Severity’ Overlay Attacks

Nearly all Android users should take action today and apply updates that are available to address this vulnerability.

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Equifax Says Breach Affects 143 Million People

Attackers accessed Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and driver’s license numbers.

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Programming Error is source of Microsoft Kernel Bug

Windows kernel flaw has been present since Windows 2000, and is on Windows 10.

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Vulnerabilities in NVIDIA, Qualcomm, Huawei Bootloaders

Six exploits in chipsets used by Huawei, Qualcomm, MediaTek and NVIDIA found in popular Android handsets, according to University of California computer scientists.

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4M Time Warner Cable Records on Misconfigured AWS S3

The S3 buckets, owned by BroadSoft, contained SQL database dumps, code, access logs, customer billing addresses, and phone numbers, belonging to clients Time Warner Cable (TWC).

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Military Contractor Vendor Leaks CVs with AWS S3

Applicants were seeking employment with a private military contractor, TigerSwan, blaming a 3rd party recruitor, TalentPen LLC, for the leak.