MITRE, the not-for-profit organization that works across governmental and federal agencies, as well as various industrial verticals and academia, has set up The Cyber Infrastructure Protection Innovation Center and The Clinical Insights Innovation Cell to protect healthcare.
Thingiverse, a popular website dedicated to sharing user-created digital design files, has reportedly leaked a 36GB backup file that contains 2.5 million unique email addresses and other personally identifiable information.
The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Virginia last week indicted three men - including an ex-employee of Bank of America and TD Bank - with money laundering and aggravated identity theft after the men allegedly conducted an extensive business email compromise scheme.
The UK's NCSC has published an updated guidance for employees using their personal devices for work. The agency offers technical controls for different types of bring-your-own-device, or BYOD, deployments. And a Bitdefender report stresses the need for good cyber hygiene when using BYOD.
Microsoft, in its annual threat review report, Digital Defense, says 58% of cyberattacks worldwide over the past year originated in Russia. And 92% of the Russia-based threat activity came from the nation-state threat group Nobelium.
Apache, a popular open-source web server software for Unix and Windows, says it has fixed a zero-day vulnerability in its HTTP server that it says has been exploited in the wild. The path traversal and file disclosure vulnerability only affects Apache HTTP servers upgraded to version 2.4.49.
Hacktivist collective Anonymous has for the third time carried out an attack involving Washington-based domain name registrar and web hosting service Epik, according to independent Texas journalist Steven Monacelli. This time around, the group leaked data belonging to the Republican Party of Texas.
Hacktivist collective Anonymous has, for the second time this month, leaked data belonging to Washington-based domain name registrar and web hosting service Epik. The size of the second set: more than 300GB - double the amount in the first leak.
Cybersecurity vendor VMware has published a security advisory detailing 19 vulnerabilities affecting its vCenter server and Cloud Foundation products and has released fixes for all of them. One of the flaws has a high CVSS of 9.8, and CISA is warning of its "widespread exploitation."
The Russia-linked cyberespionage group Nobelium, which was responsible for the SolarWinds supply chain attack, has developed and deployed a new malware, dubbed FoggyWeb, according to a Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center security blog. Microsoft says FoggyWeb creates a backdoor to exfiltrate data.
A security researcher who goes by the alias Watchful_IP has discovered a command injection vulnerability that could potentially affect millions of Hikvision's IoT devices. The video security solutions provider says it has fixed the flaw and rolled out a firmware update for its end users.
Chinese security researcher Pan Xiaopan has discovered a malware targeting Mac users. The malware, spread via a paid advertisement on search engine Baidu, is intended to harvest user credentials, he says. The advertisement has now been taken down.
Russian cybersecurity firm Rostelecom-Solar reports that it prevented what it believes is the Mēris botnet from an attempted takeover of 45,000 new devices. The company's president says it also stopped 19 distributed denial-of-service attacks targeting Russia’s remote electronic voting system.
Researcher Bob Diachenko has discovered an unsecured database containing personal information of 106 million foreign nationals who have visited Thailand in the past decade. The 200GB database, which has now been secured, has not been accessed by unauthorized personnel, Thai authorities say.
The Mēris botnet, responsible for huge waves of DDoS attacks recorded by cybersecurity firms Qrator Labs and Cloudflare, is still active, using "abandoned" MikroTik routers. The attack signatures saw a spike of 21.8 million requests per second, exploiting a vulnerable version of MikroTik RouterOS.