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Malwarebytes Says it was

Malwarebytes Says it was Hacked by SolarWinds Attackers

US Cyber Security firm Malwarebytes says it was attacked by the same group that was behind the SolarWinds hack. The company said the intrusion...
Vulnerabilities in Facebook

Vulnerabilities in Facebook, Signal, and Google Chat Apps Let Hackers Spy...

Vulnerabilities were discovered in several video conferencing mobile apps that allow attackers to listen to a user's surroundings without consent before the person on...
Microsoft Takes Additional Steps

Microsoft Takes Additional Steps to Address Zerologon Flaw

Microsoft warns IT, security admins, that with its security update on February 9, it will enable Domain Controller (DC) enforcement mode by default to...
Microsoft Allows Automatic

Microsoft Allows Automatic Remediation in Its Defender Tool

Microsoft has recently announced that it has enabled the automatic threat remediation into its Microsoft Defender. This is certainly for the Endpoint users who...
Rewind Secures

Rewind Secures $15 Million in Latest Series A Funding

Rewind, the backup-as-a-service (BaaS) solution provider, has announced that it has bagged $15 million in recent Series A funding. The financial round was led...
FireEye

FireEye Announces New Open Source Tool to Recent Hack Response

FireEye Mandiant has recently announced the release of its open-source tool – designed to check Microsoft 365 users. This is for the practice of...
Multiple liabilities and backdoors

Multiple liabilities and backdoors detected in FiberHome routers

At least twenty eight backdoor accounts and other liabilities have been identified in the firmware of the FTTH ONT routers. These are widely implemented...
Data breach reported

Data breach reported by OpenWRT

OpenWRT, an open-source project, has acknowledged a security breach attack over the weekend. The project is known for providing customizable and free firmware to...
Google Cloud not affected during

Google Cloud not affected during the SolarWinds attacks

The chief information security office (CISO) Phil Venables of Google Cloud has acknowledged that while the Google Cloud venture uses the software from SolarWinds,...
Google Removes 164 Apps

Google Removes 164 Apps from Play Marketplace

Google removes 164 apps, downloaded a total of 10 million times, from its Google Play marketplace as they were delivering disruptive and "malicious" ads. In...

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