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“Cable Haunt” Vulnerability Exposes 200 Million Modem Cables to MITM Attacks

A security vulnerability named “Cable Haunt,” in Broadcom's cable modem, exposed around 200 million home broadband gateways in Europe, to remote hijacking attacks. The flaw,...

EKANS aka SNAKE Ransomware Slithers Slowly Through Corporate Networks

After Ryuk and Zeppelin, Snake Ransomware is a new breed of ransomware attack that targets not one or two but all computers on a...

Australia’s Bushfire Donation Website Hit by MageCart

Australia has been very much in the news for the huge losses caused by bushfires to humans and wildlife alike. In order to help...

Tesla Offers US$1 Million and a Car as Bug Bounty Reward

Tesla, an American automotive and energy company, announced its bug bounty program by offering US$1 million and a free car to any security researcher...

Citrix Servers on Hackers’ Radar

Citrix server vulnerabilities, reported in December 2019 in  CVE-2019-19781, were being scanned by hackers to find entry points into the Citrix systems. Citrix ADC (Application...

Insight Partners Acquires Armis to Enhance Endpoint Security

In a US$1.1 billion cash deal, technology and venture capital firm Insight Partners acquired enterprise IoT security firm Armis, with an aim of strengthening...

10 IoT Security Incidents That Make You Feel Less Secure

By Rudra Srinivas Internet of Things (IoT) has become a primary target for cybercriminals. The repeated security incidents on IoT devices represent a rising...

Data Breach Affects Around 50,000 Patients at Minnesota Hospital

Alomere Health, a Minnesota-based hospital operator, is the latest victim of a data breach that affected 49,351 individuals, scmagazine reported. In an official report,...

Hackers Exploit Android Vulnerability Via Malicious Apps

Researchers from cybersecurity firm Trend Micro revealed that they’ve discovered three malicious apps on Google Play, which are designed to compromise victim’s devices and...

Hackers Prefer iPhones and Instagram Accounts: Study

A recent study from a U.K.-based firm Case24.com revealed that hackers are more likely to target Instagram accounts and Apple iPhones than other devices....

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