Telstra’s Pacnet, a telecom service provider primarily based in China and Singapore, suffered a breach early last month that may wind up affecting thousands of customers.
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The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis confirmed this week that it fell victim to a DNS hijack last month that may have redirected users to bogus webpages and exposed customers to phishing, malware and other attacks.
A collection of research scientists, with help from the IEEE Cybersecurity Initiative, have released a new set of guidelines for developers to take into account to ensure security figures into how medical devices are coded.
A group of Polish researchers is claims there are still several outstanding vulnerabilities in Google App Engines, including three complete Java sandbox escapes.
A handful of vulnerabilities have been identified in WSO2 Identity Server that could lead to takeover, firewall bypass, and potentially open subsequent internal servers up to further attacks.
Tens of thousands of home and office-based routers have been hijacked over the last several months to stage a distributed denial of service attack campaign.
A researcher warns users of the extensible Z-Way controller project that a weakness built into the software could easily expose it to attacks.
Two vulnerabilities in two different WordPress plugins – an Arbitrary Variable Overwrite vulnerability in eShop, and an XSS vulnerability in Jetpack – were identified this week.
Hospira’s Lifecare PCA3 Drug Infusion pumps are susceptible to multiple remotely exploitable vulnerabilities that could not only brick the device but allow an attacker to run commands and put lives in jeopardy.
Attackers have recently taken to the job searching website CareerBuilder to spread Microsoft Word documents that masquerade as job hopefuls’ resumes, but in reality, are laden with malware.