Cyber News

New Charges Derail COVID Release for Hacker Who Aided ISIS

5 days 6 hours ago
A hacker serving a 20-year sentence for stealing personal data on 1,300 U.S. military and government employees and giving it to an Islamic State hacker group in 2015 has been charged once again with fraud and identity theft. The new charges have derailed plans to deport him under compassionate release because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
BrianKrebs

Zero-day Threats Zeroing-in Again

5 days 6 hours ago
Infosec researchers recently found a zero-day flaw in Windows 10, including the latest version, that allows attackers to corrupt an NTFS-formatted hard drive with a one-line command.

Rethinking Active Directory security

5 days 7 hours ago
Since Active Directory is used as a source from which to sync to other identity stores, any tampering with Active Directory can cause a devastating ripple effect across your identity infrastructure.

Researchers Discover Raindrop — 4th Malware Linked to the SolarWinds Attack

5 days 9 hours ago
Cybersecurity researchers have unearthed a fourth new malware strain—designed to spread the malware onto other computers in victims' networks—which was deployed as part of the SolarWinds supply chain attack disclosed late last year. Dubbed "Raindrop" by Broadcom-owned Symantec, the malware joins the likes of other malicious implants such as Sunspot, Sunburst (or Solorigate), and Teardrop that
Ravie Lakshmanan