Numbers Don’t Lie: The Shocking Truths of Cyberattacks

How frequently do cyberattacks occur? How often do threat actors target organizations and governments globally?   Analyzing Real-World Cyberattacks BlackBerry threat experts examined the flurry of malware-based attacks from December 2022 to... Read more »

Chaes Malware’s New Python Variant Targets Financial and Logistics Sectors

An upgraded version of malware known as Chaes is attacking the banking and logistics sectors.   In a recent thorough technical write-up published with The Hacker News, Morphisec noted, “It has undergone... Read more »

All the Information about AI Security You Always Wanted to Know but were Afraid to Ask

Despite all the recent AI hype, robots are not going to take our jobs. There has been a lot of AI hype in recent years, ranging from fantasies of self-driving automobiles to... Read more »

Honda’s E-Commerce Platform’s Password Reset Bug Puts Dealer Data at Risk

As e-commerce organizations grow more multichannel, they construct and deploy an increasing number of API interfaces, and threat actors continually look for new ways to exploit vulnerabilities, cyberattacks against e-commerce applications are... Read more »

“DDoS Attacks and Data Breaches” By Bangladesh

A hacktivist group known as Mysterious Team Bangladesh has been linked to over 750 distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks and 78 website defacements since June 2022. According to a report sent to The Hacker... Read more »

Evolution Of Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a security process in which a user is granted access to a system or application only after successfully presenting two or more pieces of evidence to an authentication... Read more »

Myths about Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is a complex and ever-evolving field. There are many myths and misconceptions about cybersecurity that can make it difficult for people to protect themselves from cyber threats. The most common myth... Read more »

Zulip Chat App Used For Covert C&C In Phishing Attacks By Russian Hackers

Russian threat actors are allegedly involved in a campaign that diplomatic targets the foreign affairs ministries of NATO member nations.   Duke Virus The virus known as Duke, which has been linked... Read more »

Chrome 116 Patches 26 Vulnerabilities

Google released Chrome 116 to the stable channel on August 16, 2023. The update includes patches for 26 vulnerabilities, including eight with a high severity rating. The most severe vulnerability is a... Read more »

Freeze[.]rs Injector Weaponized for XWorm Malware Attacks

A common piece of malware known as XWorm is being distributed in victim environments by malicious actors utilizing a genuine Rust-based injector named Freeze[.]rs. On July 13, 2023, Fortinet FortiGuard Labs discovered... Read more »