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  • Targeted Attacks On Industrial Companies Using Snake Ransomware
    by Kaspersky on June 29, 2020 at 10:24 am

    According to Kaspersky ICS CERT data, a number of industrial companies are currently experiencing targeted attacks involving the Snake encryption ransomware. On June 8, 2020 issues were reported which affected the computer networks of Honda, a Japanese motorcycle and auto manufacturer, in Europe and Japan. Specifically, it was announced that Honda Customer Service and Honda Financial Services were experiencing … The ISBuzz Post: This Post Targeted Attacks On Industrial Companies Using Snake Ransomware appeared first on Information Security Buzz.

  • 200M+ Users At Risk: New Malicious .slk Files Are Bypassing Microsoft 365 Security
    by Avanan’s Security on June 26, 2020 at 10:44 am

    Avanan’s security analysts have detected new malicious .slk files bypassing Microsoft 365 security, risking 200M+ users. In this attack, hackers send an email with an .slk attachment that contains a malicious macro (MSI exec script) to download and install a remote access trojan. The attack specifically targets Microsoft 365 accounts and until recently, was isolated to … The ISBuzz Post: This Post 200M+ Users At Risk: New Malicious .slk Files Are Bypassing Microsoft 365 Security appeared first on Information Security Buzz.

  • New Cryptominer Malware is Attacking Windows and Linux Machines
    by ISBuzz News on June 26, 2020 at 9:08 am

    A new variant of the crypto-miner malware ‘Golang’, is targeting Windows and Linux machines, according to researchers at Barracuda Networks, the trusted partner and leading provider for cloud-enabled security solutions. Instead of targeting end-users, this new malware attacks servers, targeting web application frameworks, application servers, and non-HTTP services such as Redis and MSSQL. Its main goal is … The ISBuzz Post: This Post New Cryptominer Malware is Attacking Windows and Linux Machines appeared first on Information Security Buzz.

  • ESET Researchers Discover New Android Ransomware, Provide A Decryptor
    by ESET on June 25, 2020 at 10:43 am

    A new ransomware family, which ESET detects as CryCryptor, has been targeting Android users in Canada under the guise of an official COVID-19 tracing app. ESET put an end to the attack. ESET researchers, thanks to a tweet announcing a discovery of what was thought to be Android banking malware, discovered a ransomware operation targeting … The ISBuzz Post: This Post ESET Researchers Discover New Android Ransomware, Provide A Decryptor appeared first on Information Security Buzz.

  • Avast Reports HiddenAds Adware Campaign In 47 Apps Disguised As Games On The Google Play Store
    by Avast on June 24, 2020 at 11:25 am

    Avast warns of intrusive apps and shares tips on how to avoid falling for adware scams Avast (LSE:AVST), a global leader in digital security and privacy products, has discovered and reported 47 gaming apps to Google. Currently, 17 of the apps are still available on the Google Play Store, but Google’s investigations into the apps … The ISBuzz Post: This Post Avast Reports HiddenAds Adware Campaign In 47 Apps Disguised As Games On The Google Play Store appeared first on Information Security Buzz.

  • Cloud Security Alliance Announces Availability Of Key Cloud Security Assessment And Guidance Documents In 10 Additional Languages
    by Cloud Security Alliance on June 24, 2020 at 10:39 am

    Cloud Controls Matrix, Consensus Assessments Initiative Questionnaire, and PLA Code of Conduct for GDPR Compliance available to global audience The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining standards, certifications and best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment, announced today that three of its most popular assessment and guidance documents that … The ISBuzz Post: This Post Cloud Security Alliance Announces Availability Of Key Cloud Security Assessment And Guidance Documents In 10 Additional Languages appeared first on Information Security Buzz.

  • ESET Researchers Discover New Android Ransomware, Provide a Decryptor
    by ISBuzz News on June 24, 2020 at 9:45 am

    A new ransomware family, which ESET detects as CryCryptor, has been targeting Android users in Canada under the guise of an official COVID-19 tracing app. ESET put an end to the attack. BRATISLAVA – June 24, 2020 – ESET researchers, thanks to a tweet announcing a discovery of what was thought to be Android banking malware, … The ISBuzz Post: This Post ESET Researchers Discover New Android Ransomware, Provide a Decryptor appeared first on Information Security Buzz.

  • HackerOne brings hacker-powered pentesting to European organisations
    by Gallacher, Jenny on June 15, 2020 at 1:23 pm

    HackerOne Pentest enables organisations to accelerate digital transformation while meeting compliance requirements LONDON, 15 JUNE 2020 — HackerOne, the number one hacker-powered security platform, today announced the expansion of its penetration testing solution in Europe. This latest product from HackerOne compliments its existing offerings dedicated to helping organisations find and fix vulnerabilities before they can be … The ISBuzz Post: This Post HackerOne brings hacker-powered pentesting to European organisations appeared first on Information Security Buzz.

  • CREST Report Highlights Actions to Improve Gender Diversity in the Cyber Security Industry
    by CREST on June 9, 2020 at 10:24 am

    Report says schools, industry and recruiters should do more 9 June 2020 – A report published by CREST highlights progress made in gender diversity across the cybersecurity industry, in the past few years. And then points to the next steps needed to further address the gender gap. CREST – the not-for-profit body that represents the technical security industry … The ISBuzz Post: This Post CREST Report Highlights Actions to Improve Gender Diversity in the Cyber Security Industry appeared first on Information Security Buzz.

  • Fraudulent iOS VPN Apps Attempt To Scam Users
    by Avast on June 4, 2020 at 1:04 pm

    Avast warns of fleeceware apps on the Apple App Store and shares tips on how to avoid falling victim to fleeceware scams Avast (LSE:AVST), a global leader in digital security and privacy products, has discovered and reported three apps to Apple’s App Store, which  overcharge users, do not provide the services they promote and appear … The ISBuzz Post: This Post Fraudulent iOS VPN Apps Attempt To Scam Users appeared first on Information Security Buzz.

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