Live Webinar: Reducing Complexity by Increasing Consolidation for SMEs

The Hacker News-- Complexity is the bane of effective cybersecurity. The need to maintain an increasing array of cybersecurity tools to protect organizations from an expanding set of cyber threats is leading to runaway costs, staff inefficiencies, and suboptimal threat response. Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with limited budgets and staff are significantly impacted. On … Continue reading Live Webinar: Reducing Complexity by Increasing Consolidation for SMEs

SAD DNS — New Flaws Re-Enable DNS Cache Poisoning Attacks

The Hacker News-- A group of academics from the University of California and Tsinghua University has uncovered a series of critical security flaws that could lead to a revival of DNS cache poisoning attacks. Dubbed "SAD DNS attack" (short for Side-channel AttackeD DNS), the technique makes it possible for a malicious actor to carry out … Continue reading SAD DNS — New Flaws Re-Enable DNS Cache Poisoning Attacks

How to Hack Computers Over Wi-Fi with the WiFi Duck Payload Deliverer

Null Byte « WonderHowTo-- The USB Rubber Ducky is a well-known hacking device in the cybersecurity industry, but it needs to be preprogrammed before it can be used. That means it's not easy to issue commands to a target computer since you can't interact with it from afar after plugging it in. And if you … Continue reading How to Hack Computers Over Wi-Fi with the WiFi Duck Payload Deliverer

Add MATLAB to Your Programming Toolkit with This Bundle

Null Byte « WonderHowTo-- It's no secret that more and more talented computer science gurus and programmers are turning toward high-paying careers in engineering. Today's engineers stand at the forefront of some of the world's most important and exciting technological innovations — ranging from self-driving cars and surgical robots to large-scale construction projects and even … Continue reading Add MATLAB to Your Programming Toolkit with This Bundle

Hat trick for Google as it patches two more zero-days in Chrome

Malwarebytes Labs-- Slightly over a week ago we advised you to update your Chrome browser. That warning came only a week or so after we advised you to update your Chrome browser. Things are getting a bit repetitive round here. Today, we are compelled to repeat that statement as Google has issued patches for two … Continue reading Hat trick for Google as it patches two more zero-days in Chrome

Surviving college distance learning during the pandemic: a cybersecurity guide

Malwarebytes Labs-- Social distancing, the wearing of face masks, practicing hand hygiene, and disinfecting often-touched surfaces have become human necessities during the pandemic era. For schools, they’ve also had to adapt quickly to incorporate distance learning methods that let students continue their studies. But being in crisis management mode didn’t give higher educational institutions much … Continue reading Surviving college distance learning during the pandemic: a cybersecurity guide

Evading Filters to perform the Arbitrary URL Redirection Attack

InfoSec Write-ups - Medium-- Arbitrary URL Redirection Attack often is popularly known as an Open Redirection attack, which is a common web vulnerability that allows an attacker to redirect the victim user to an attacker-controlled domain. This attack can leveraged to steal sensitive information such as tokens, perform social engineering, and other attacks.The Arbitrary URL Redirection … Continue reading Evading Filters to perform the Arbitrary URL Redirection Attack