Month: June 2024

Jun 28, 2024NewsroomData Breach / Enterprise Security TeamViewer on Thursday disclosed it detected an “irregularity” in its internal corporate IT environment on June 26, 2024. “We immediately activated our response team and procedures, started investigations together with a team of globally renowned cyber security experts and implemented necessary remediation measures,” the company said in a
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Jun 28, 2024NewsroomIndustrial Security / Critical Infrastructure Multiple security flaws have been disclosed in Emerson Rosemount gas chromatographs that could be exploited by malicious actors to obtain sensitive information, induce a denial-of-service (DoS) condition, and even execute arbitrary commands. The flaws impact GC370XA, GC700XA, and GC1500XA and reside in versions 4.1.5 and prior. According to
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Sennheiser Accentum True Wireless earphones were launched in India a few weeks after the company introduced the flagship Momentum True Wireless 4 earphones in the country. The newly launched audio wearables are a mid-range offering from the German manufacturer at Rs. 12,999. They support Bluetooth 5.3 multi-point connectivity and feature 7mm TrueResponse transducers. In this
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The modern kill chain is eluding enterprises because they aren’t protecting the infrastructure of modern business: SaaS. SaaS continues to dominate software adoption, and it accounts for the greatest share of public cloud spending. But enterprises and SMBs alike haven’t revised their security programs or adopted security tooling built for SaaS. Security teams keep jamming
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Jun 29, 2024NewsroomCybersecurity / Website Security Google has announced that it’s going to start blocking websites that use certificates from Entrust starting around November 1, 2024, in its Chrome browser, citing compliance failures and the certificate authority’s inability to address security issues in a timely manner. “Over the past several years, publicly disclosed incident reports
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Jun 28, 2024NewsroomMalware / Cryptocurrency Security researchers have shed more light on the cryptocurrency mining operation conducted by the 8220 Gang by exploiting known security flaws in the Oracle WebLogic Server. “The threat actor employs fileless execution techniques, using DLL reflective and process injection, allowing the malware code to run solely in memory and avoid
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Jun 28, 2024NewsroomSoftware Security / DevOps GitLab has released security updates to address 14 security flaws, including one critical vulnerability that could be exploited to run continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipelines as any user. The weaknesses, which affect GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition (EE), have been addressed in versions 17.1.1, 17.0.3,
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Jun 28, 2024NewsroomNetwork Security / Data Protection A group of security researchers from the Graz University of Technology have demonstrated a new side-channel attack known as SnailLoad that could be used to remotely infer a user’s web activity. “SnailLoad exploits a bottleneck present on all Internet connections,” the researchers said in a study released this
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