Web Security

Google Patches Chrome Browser Zero-Day Bug, Under Attack
Posted on Tuesday February 25, 2020

Google patches zero-day bug tied to memory corruptions found inside the Chrome browser's open-source JavaScript and Web Assembly engine, called V8.

Active Attacks Target Popular Duplicator WordPress Plugin
Posted on Friday February 21, 2020

When patched last week, the bug affected at least 1 million websites. Zero-day exploits were going on then.

Burning Man Tickets for $225? Yep, Too Good to Be True
Posted on Friday February 21, 2020

Scammers are posing as event organizers in a sophisticated fraud effort.

Cybergang Favors G Suite and Physical Checks For BEC Attacks
Posted on Thursday February 20, 2020

Exaggerated Lion, a newly discovered cybercrime group, uses new and unique tactics to target U.S. companies in BEC attacks.

Critical Adobe Flaws Fixed in Out-of-Band Update
Posted on Thursday February 20, 2020

Two critical Adobe vulnerabilities have been fixed in Adobe After Effects and Adobe Media Encoder.

Cynet Offers Free Threat Assessment for Mid-Sized and Large Organizations
Posted on Wednesday February 19, 2020

Cynet Free Threat Assessment spotlights critical, exposed attack surfaces and provides actionable knowledge of attacks that are currently alive and active.

FC Barcelona Suffers Likely Credential-Stuffing Attack on Twitter
Posted on Tuesday February 18, 2020

OurMine took over the Spanish powerhouse soccer team's Twitter account.

Iran-Backed APTs Collaborate on 3-Year ‘Fox Kitten’ Global Spy Campaign
Posted on Tuesday February 18, 2020

APT34/OilRig and APT33/Elfin have established a highly developed and persistent infrastructure that could be converted to distribute destructive wiper malware.

Active Exploits Hit Vulnerable WordPress ThemeGrill Plugin
Posted on Tuesday February 18, 2020

Websites using a vulnerable version of the WordPress plugin, ThemeGrill Demo Importer, are being targeted by attackers.

500 Malicious Chrome Extensions Impact Millions of Users
Posted on Friday February 14, 2020

The malicious Chrome extensions were secretly collecting users' browser data and redirecting them to malware-laced websites.

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