A patched vulnerability in San Francisco’s public safety warning siren system suggests other radio-based platforms could also be hacked.
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After a cyberattack shut down numerous pipeline communication networks this week experts are stressing the importance of securing third-party systems in supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) environments.
Threatpost talks to Kaspersky Lab researcher Kurt Baumgartner who was instrumental in tracking the latest activities of the Russian-speaking Sofacy APT gang.
Security community takes a critical look at CTS-Labs’ disclosure of vulnerabilities in AMD vulnerabilities found in EPYC servers, Ryzen workstationsm and Ryzen mobile offerings.
A vulnerability recently found in several robots on the market can enable hackers to cause them to stop working, curse at customers, or even perform violent movements as part of ransomware attacks.
The vulnerability has a CVSS base score of 10.0, the highest possible, and now affects 15 products.
Researchers say Smominru threat actors are in control of 500,000 node botnet and earning $8,500 daily mining for Monero cryptocurrency.
Enterprise applications from Oracle and others could be becoming juicier targets for attackers.
Mitigating Spectre and Meltdown flaws won’t be easy, but experts say exploits targeting Spectre will be hard to patch against.
Malware intended for a “high-impact” attack against safety systems likely would of caused physical damage to a targeted company located in the Middle East.