July 24, 2024
CyberSecurity Technology

HP Enterprise Computers were left vulnerable to cyberattacks because of unpatched high-severity security vulnerabilities.

Security researchers have found hidden vulnerabilities in several models of HP’s Business-oriented notebooks that continue to be unpatched, (Sic) Binarily told listeners at the Black Code conference.It said that these flaws are “difficult to detect with TPM measurements.” Firmware flaws can have serious implications as they allow an adversary to achieve long-term persistence on a […]

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Conti Cybercrime Cartel Using “BazarCall” Phishing Attacks to Gain Access to Victims’ Computers

A trio of offshoots from the Conti cybercrime cartel are using a new type of phishing technique. In call back or callback phishing, attackers first use basic email hacking to get you to provide them with your network’s password and then they’ll exploit it further by getting in touch again over that same phone number […]

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Chinese Hackers Backdoored MiMi Chat App to Target Windows, Linux, macOS Users

Security firms SEKOIA and Trend Micro uncovered a new campaign by a Chinese hacker group named Lucky Mouse. The hackers use malicious versions of cross-platform messaging app Line to backdoor systems. The malware is spread through a chat application named MiMi, which has its installer files compromised with HyperBro samples for Windows and rshell artifacts […]

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Facebook to implement end-to-end encryption and encrypted backups for Messenger

Select users will be able to test end-to-end encryption on Facebook Messenger at the beginning of next week. “If you’re in the test group, some of your Messenger chats will be automatically encrypted. You won’t have to opt-in or out of this feature.” It is a year since Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger were enabled […]

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Government Crackdown On Cryptocurrency Industry Continues

In conclusion, the Dutch developer of the decentralized cryptocurrency mixing service, Tornado Cash, has been arrested on suspicion of hiding criminal financial flows and facilitating money laundering. This follows the U.S. sanctioning of the service just days earlier. This suggests that the decentralized nature of cryptocurrencies is not as secure as we thought, and that they are still vulnerable to government interference.

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