Archives for September 2018

: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, September 30, 2018 - Citadel Information Group http://ow.ly/QIJs30m287Q 

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: Cybersecurity News of the Week, September 30, 2018 - Citadel Information Group http://ow.ly/tr4F30m284e 

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: Another social engineering reminder as hackers found taking over high volume Instagram accounts, stealing passwords, and holding accounts hostage. http://ow.ly/KQZC30m1P5X 

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: An investigation into how cyber ready businesses really are http://ow.ly/Uy7T30m1OVb 

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: Android password managers vulnerable to phishing apps. Several leading Android-based password managers can be fooled into auto-filling login credentials on behalf of fake phishing apps. http://ow.ly/9Mep30m1OQ7 

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: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, September 23, 2018 - Citadel Information Group http://ow.ly/OSux30lVQ0B 

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: Cybersecurity News of the Week, September 23, 2018 - Citadel Information Group http://ow.ly/FEfq30lVPZH 

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: White House authorizes ‘offensive cyber operations’ to deter foreign adversaries - The Washington Post http://ow.ly/2CR030lVCPC 

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: The Hacking of America. Political and technological disruption have fed off each other since the nation’s founding. Now they are dangerously out of whack. - The New York Times http://ow.ly/e4Se30lVsBr 

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: Romanian Hacker Pleads Guilty for Role in Inauguration Surveillance Ransomware. Attack against the Metropolitan Police Department was disrupted before malware could be sent to additional systems. http://ow.ly/87KN30lVsAd 

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: Rethinking Modern-Day DDoS Attacks And Their Risk — ITSPmagazine http://ow.ly/ftOP30lVsy8 

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: Let’s Pretend You’ve Been Breached. Now What? — ITSPmagazine | http://ow.ly/5ocG30lVsxN 

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: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, September 16, 2018 - Citadel Information Group http://ow.ly/3Bps30lQ7ov 

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: Cybersecurity News of the Week, September 16, 2018 - Citadel Information Group http://ow.ly/Blfe30lQ7nn 

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: BlackBerry Massively Steps Up Security Efforts to Address Threat Storm http://ow.ly/AaHA30lPMVt 

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: FragmentSmack vulnerability also affects Windows, but Microsoft patched it. FragmentStack drives CPU usage through roof, jamming servers bombarded with malformed IP packets. Just the ideal vulnerability for DDoS attacks on Windows servers. http://ow.ly/3znU30lPMNi 

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: Almost half of US cellphone calls will be scams by next year, says report. The percentage of scam calls in US mobile traffic increased from 3.7 percent last year to 29.2 percent this year, and it's predicted to rise to 44.6 percent in 2019. http://ow.ly/sRGw30lPMLI 

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: Tesla Model 3 Stolen From Mall of America Using Only a Smartphone. A little bit of social engineering can go a long way. http://ow.ly/10J330lPMHY 

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: Unpatched systems at big companies continue to fall to WannaMine worm. Using the same exploit as WannaCry and some known tools, the Monero mining worm continues. http://ow.ly/uLdK30lPMFJ 

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CitadelOnSecurity: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, September 9, 2018 - Citadel Information Group http://ow.ly/XWXD30lKajf 

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CitadelOnSecurity: Cybersecurity News of the Week, September 9, 2018 - Citadel Information Group http://ow.ly/M1Vs30lKafD 

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: Cyber vulnerabilities found in two commonly used medical devices http://ow.ly/gI8g30lJTj7 

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: : US, UK, Canada, Australia, NZ get tough on encryption. Official statements from Ministerial meeting make it clear: Voluntarily build lawful access into encrypted messaging systems, or else. It's not a good look. http://ow.ly/JUt230lJTgD 

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: Google releases AI tool to identify child sex abuse images online. Free API will help reviewers remove illegal material quicker, Google says. http://ow.ly/2cam30lJTey 

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: New Hakai IoT botnet takes aim at D-Link, Huawei, and Realtek routers. Security researchers spot new strain of malware that has been growing in sophistication and silently infecting more and more devices online. http://ow.ly/tmxx30lJTcr 

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: MEGA Chrome Extension Hacked To Steal Login Credentials and CryptoCurrency http://ow.ly/Ec3W30lJTbW 

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: Weekend Vulnerability and Patch Report, September 2, 2018 - Citadel Information Group http://ow.ly/qf7H30lECwk 

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: Cybersecurity News of the Week, September 2, 2018 - Citadel Information Group http://ow.ly/i4xa30lECrV 

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