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Dic 01, 2022 Dario Orlandi News, Scenario 0 Kaspersky ha pubblicato i risultati di un nuovo sondaggio dedicato all’analisi dello stato della sicurezza informatica nel settore finanziario. Il dato che cattura maggiormente l’attenzione è la percentuale elevatissima di aziende vittime di attacchi, pari addirittura al 93%. Le tipologie di minaccia incontrate più spesso sono state ..

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Microsoft says it has observed an increase in the use of HTML smuggling in malicious attacks distributing remote access Trojans (RATs), banking malware, and other malicious payloads. HTML smuggling leverages HTML5/JavaScript for the download of files onto a victim machine, which in this case of these attacks is an encoded malicious script designed to assemble ..

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Web security services provider Cloudflare says it mitigated a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack that peaked at almost 2 terabytes per second (Tbps). The multi-vector assault was launched by a botnet of approximately 15,000 machines infected with a variant of the original Mirai malware. The bots included Internet of Things (IoT) devices and GitLab instances, Cloudflare ..

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US Goverment Offers $10 Million Reward for Data on Leaders and Members of DarkSide Ransomware Operation The U.S. government wants to find the people responsible for the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack and it’s putting up multi-million rewards for data on the operators behind the DarkSide extortion campaign. The Department of State on Thursday offered up ..

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The North Korea-linked state-sponsored hacking group Lazarus has started to target the IT supply chain in recent attacks, according to cybersecurity firm Kaspersky. As part of the observed attacks, the group used an updated DeathNote malware cluster, which includes a slightly modified version of BLINDINGCAN, a piece of malware that the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure ..

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Security responders are scrambling this weekend to assess the damage from crypto-mining malware embedded in an npm package (JavaScript library) that counts close to 8 million downloads per week. The hack, which raised eyebrows because of the software supply chain implications, prompted a “critical severity” warning from GitHub that any computer with the embedded npm ..

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Tech giant Microsoft has rolled out new security offering to provide non-profit organizationss with additional security in the event of a nation-state attack. Microsoft said the new program would deliver monitoring and notifications for state-sponsored malware activity, assessment of organizational and infrastructure risks to help improve posture, and provide security training, for both IT employees ..

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The Linux Foundation has secured a new $10 million investment that will help  expand and support the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF). The funding will help OpenSSF focus on identifying and addressing security vulnerabilities in open source software, thus securing the software supply chain. The foundation is also working on the development of best practices, ..

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Technology giants Intel Corp. and VMWare joined the Patch Tuesday parade this week, rolling out fixes for security defects that expose users to malicious hacker attacks. Intel released two advisories to fix privilege escalation and information disclosure vulnerabilities in the SGX software development kit and Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager (HAXM) software products. The more serious ..

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The Microsoft Patch Tuesday freight train for October rolled in with fixes for at least 71 security defects in Windows products and components and an urgent warning about a newly discovered zero-day cyberespionage campaign. The Redmond, Wash. software maker confirmed in-the-wild exploitation of one of the patched bugs — CVE-2021-40449 — in an exploit chain ..

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