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Known bugs and predictable phishing are behind your average security incident, IBM says

by Jeff Stone • 2 months ago

There's so much available in cybercrime forums that scammers don't need to be very creative, the X-Force team found after examining billions of incidents.

Airbus researcher explores ‘Stuxnet-type attack’ for security training

by Sean Lyngaas • 2 months ago

The planemaker's cybersecurity subsidiary says it found a way to replicate how the famous malware executed code on programmable logic controllers.

The anatomy of the MyKings botnet, and why it matters for security

by Sean Lyngaas • 3 months ago

The MyKings botnet, also known as Smominru, is a mash-up of recent security trends.

This China-linked espionage group keeps trying to hack the Cambodian government

by Sean Lyngaas • 3 months ago

Rancor has tried to break into the network of an unnamed Cambodian government organization and deploy their custom malware.

DHS is mulling an order that would force agencies to set up vulnerability disclosure policies

by Sean Lyngaas • 5 months ago

A directive under consideration at CISA would order agencies to set up disclosure programs to work with outside security researchers.

A malicious Tor browser is helping scammers steal bitcoin, researchers say

by Sean Lyngaas • 5 months ago

The attacks comes as the Tor Project is trying to enhance trust in the anonymity browser.

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