Improving Interoperability Between Rust and C++

Posted by Lars Bergstrom – Director, Android Platform Tools & Libraries and Chair of the Rust Foundation Board Back in 2021, we announced that Google was joining the Rust Foundation. At the time, Rust was already in wide use across Android and other Google products. Our announcement emphasized our commitment to improving the security reviews … Read more

Mispadu Malware Exploits Windows SmartScreen Flaw to Attack Users

Mispadu Malware Exploits Windows SmartScreen Flaw to Attack Users

A new variant of Mispadu stealer has been identified by researchers, which specifically targets victims in Mexico. This variant of Mispadu stealer utilizes the Windows SmartScreen vulnerability CVE-2023-36025, to download and execute malicious payloads on the system.  Mispadu stealer is written in Delphi and was first identified in November 2019, targeting users in Brazil and … Read more

Nation-state actor used recent Okta compromises to hack into Cloudflare systems

Nation-state actor used recent Okta compromises to hack into Cloudflare systems

Cloudflare has revealed that a nation-state actor hacked into the company’s self-hosted Atlassian server in November 2023, but the attack was stopped by the internal team within a few days of access. The hack, which used stolen tokens and credentials, was able to access “some documentation and a limited amount of source code” before being … Read more

A Comprehensive Overview Of Nanotechnology And Applications Of Nanotechnology

A Comprehensive Overview Of Nanotechnology And Applications Of Nanotechnology

What Is Nanotechnology? Nanotechnology is concerned with nano-scale materials and structures. Nano-scale refers to particles and devices that are less than 100 microns in size. A sheet of paper has a thickness of 100,000 nano-meters, while a person who stands six feet tall has a thickness of 2 billion nano-meters! The properties of materials at … Read more

8 things that should be in a company BEC policy document

8 things that should be in a company BEC policy document

Business email compromise (BEC) attacks made up more than 50% of incidents within social engineering in 2023, according to Verizon. The bad guys aren’t just increasing the volume of their attack attempts, they’re also getting way more sophisticated and automated in how they craft their impersonation messages. To avoid financial losses, CISOs should consider creating … Read more

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