Six months after the unique attack method was disclosed in principle, distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) assaults exploiting a new amplification technique dubbed TCP Middlebox Reflection were discovered for the first time in the field.
In an attempt to plant "incriminating digital evidence," a hitherto unknown hacking gang has been connected to targeted assaults against human rights activists, human rights defenders, professors, and attorneys across India.
Similar to regular web hosting, but it is far more permissive in terms of what may be hosted on its servers. They're notorious for offering safe havens for dangerous information and behavior, as well as ensuring threat actors' anonymity.
The number of ransomware victims has increased by 1,000%. Secure email, network segmentation, and sandboxing for protection are discussed by a cybersecurity researcher and practitioner at FortiGuard Labs.
If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, it's definitely a duck, according to Tony Anscombe, Chief Security Evangelist at ESET. So, how can you use the duck test to protect yourself from phishing?
Malicious actors might have utilized a now-patched major vulnerability in OpenSea, the world's largest non-fungible token (NFT) marketplace, to drain cryptocurrency money from a victim by delivering a specially-crafted token, providing a new attack channel for exploitation.
Security researchers revealed an unpatched vulnerability in Microsoft's Windows Platform Binary Table (WPBT), which affects all Windows-based devices since Windows 8, and may be used to install a rootkit and compromise device integrity.
More than 1,300 people had their information compromised during the ransomware attack, including account numbers, debit- and credit-card numbers, and even the related security codes, access codes and personal identification numbers.
Google has patched a bug in its feedback tool incorporated across its services that could be exploited by an attacker to potentially steal screenshots of sensitive Google Docs documents simply by embedding them in a malicious website.