Attackers behind February’s fileless malware attacks dropped malware on some bank ATMs that gave them the ability to dispense money, “at any time, at the touch of a button.”
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The lines between between information shared between intelligence services, companies, and the government are getting increasingly blurry, a Georgetown professor warned.
This year’s Security Analyst Summit is previewed and the news of the week is discussed, including a Microsoft IIS zero day, a new Mirai variant, and the broadband privacy ruling.
The author behind the banking Trojan NukeBot released source code for the malware earlier this month in an apparent effort to regain the trust of the cybercrime community.
VMware patched vulnerabilities uncovered earlier this month at Pwn2Own that could have let an attacker execute code on the VMware Workstation and carry out a virtual machine escape.
Harley Geiger, director of public policy at Rapid7, talks about how policy goes hand in hand with technology when it comes to cybersecurity, the government’s focus on IoT and critical infrastructure, and more.
Apple fixed hundreds of bugs, 223 to be exact, across macOS Sierra, iOS, Safari, watchOS, and tvOS on Monday.
APT29, a/k/a Cozy Bear, has used Tor and a technique called domain fronting in order to secure backdoor access to targets for nearly two years running.
Instagram became the latest in a long line of services over the years to offer users two-factor authentication.
The latest Wikileaks dump of Apple hacking tools, the LastPass vulnerabilities, and a new Android security report are discussed.